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  • There's a Lot of Talent at Atlantic Beach Elementary School...
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    There’s a Lot of Talent at Atlantic Beach Elementary School…

    …and there were 32 acts who took to the stage January 27  to prove it. A sold-out event, the show ran for two hours with an intermission. The warm-up act was the Fletcher High School Step Team, whose experience and great vibe set the tone for the evening.   It was great fun to watch […]

  • Fletcher High Rolls Out The Welcome Mat
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    Fletcher High Rolls Out The Welcome Mat

    On Friday morning January 27 Fletcher High’s PTSA hosted its annual Welcome Breakfast, where it was all about making this year’s area 8th graders and their parents feel comfortable as they begin their high school journey, and showing them why Fletcher is, indeed, the Pride of the Beaches. Prospective Fletcher students and parents from the […]

  • Fletcher High School Holds Annual Welcome Breakfast for Prospective Students This Friday
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    Fletcher High School Holds Annual Welcome Breakfast for Prospective Students This Friday

      On Friday morning, January 27 at 8:00 am students starting 9th grade this fall and their parents are invited to attend the Welcome Breakfast.  This event is organized by Fletcher’s Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) and is all about making prospective students feel comfortable about starting high school and showing them why Fletcher is, […]

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  • We Love Makeup: It's in Our DNA
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    We Love Makeup: It’s in Our DNA

    It’s just one of those things. We’ve loved make up since middle school, and we’ve become quite the connoisseur  with all our years of practice. We do it for ourselves; it’s not about impressing anyone.   We love the process, the experimenting, the texture, the fun.  We’re always looking for something new. So naturally we’re […]

  • Shopping with Friends: A Miss America Comes to Town
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    Shopping with Friends: A Miss America Comes to Town

    Former Miss America and Jacksonville native, Leanza Cornett, recently headed the cast of Nunsense! at Alhambra Theatre.  It ran for five weeks and ended on February 5. While Leanza was here, her young friend Elise Lobb, a local high schooler, model, and terrific golfer, took her to one of her favorite beaches boutiques, Rosie True. […]

  • Love Luscious Long Lashes?
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    Love Luscious Long Lashes?

    Well, let’s be honest. Who doesn’t? Lately we’ve been seeing lots of women sporting some beautiful lashes and everyone’s heard about Latisse.  But eyelash extensions had us intrigued.  When we met The Beaches Online’s newest sponsor Paradise Grooming for Men‘s owners, we couldn’t take our eyes off of theirs.  Really!  So we asked, “Tell us […]

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  • Tropical Storm Earl forms in Caribbean
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    Tropical Storm Earl forms in Caribbean

    The National Hurricane Center in Miami has declared a weather system in the Caribbean Sea as Tropical Storm Earl. Earl is located well away from the beaches, and does not appear to be a threat to our area at this time. Stay with The Beaches Online and Beach News Now for continuing coverage of this […]

  • State of Emergency declared for beaches
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    State of Emergency declared for beaches

    The governor of Florida has declared a state of emergency for our beaches due to incoming Tropical Storm Colin. Duval and St. Johns Counties, along with a handful of others in the state, were placed under that perimeter around 11 a.m. Monday. The declaration allows special protective actions to be taken to ensure the safety […]

  • Track power outages during storm
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    Track power outages during storm

    With Tropical Storm Colin approaching, power outages are likely. Some outages were already reported this morning, according to JEA. Customers of JEA can monitor outages as they happen on an interactive online map: https://www.jea.com/outage_center/OutageMap_Reporting/ There is currently no online outage map for customers of Beaches Energy.

  • Warning issued as Colin eyes Jax Beaches
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    Warning issued as Colin eyes Jax Beaches

    Tropical Storm Colin is charging through the Gulf of Mexico and eyeing the Florida coast. A tropical storm warning is in effect from Indian Pass to Englewood, along the gulf coast. A tropical storm warning is currently in effect for our beach communities. Our communities can expect inundating rains, with local amounts in excess of […]

  • Neptune Beach police debut new vehicle look
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    Neptune Beach police debut new vehicle look

    The Neptune Beach Police Department has debuted a new look for its fleet of vehicles. According to a post on their Facebook page, “the highly contrasting graphics will aid in visibility, which will allow us to better serve our citizens.” Like? Dislike? Let us know!

  • TBO INVESTIGATES: Residents fuming after address change
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    TBO INVESTIGATES: Residents fuming after address change

    An address change is brewing in some parts of Atlantic Beach. Or, is it brewing in Jacksonville? That’s the big question after residents took to Facebook reporting they had received letters from the United States Postal Service indicating their mailing address would change from “Atlantic Beach, FL” to “Jacksonville, FL” on May 1. This impacts […]

  • Suspect wanted for numerous charges in Atlantic Beach
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    Suspect wanted for numerous charges in Atlantic Beach

    Atlantic Beach police have announced they are looking for a man wanted on numerous charges. Henry Brooks, 34, has outstanding warrants for Burglary with a Battery, Aggravated Battery on a Pregnant Person, Domestic Battery w/ prior Conviction, Violation of Injunction, and Resisting Officer without violence. Anyone who has any information in regards to the location of […]

  • Atlantic Beach police looking for suspected thief
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    Atlantic Beach police looking for suspected thief

    The Atlantic Beach Police Department is searching for a suspected thief. According to authorities, this man may have been involved in the theft on a laptop from a home in late March. Anyone with information is urged to call police at (904) 247-5859.  

  • What do you think of the new welcome sign?
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    What do you think of the new welcome sign?