The St Johns County Board of County Commissioners held its reorganization meeting yesterday morning following the November 4th General Election. The City of St Augustine will install its new commissioners on December 1, 2014.
Letter: Hankerson not running for state legislature Derek Boyd Hankerson St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: After consulting with my family I have decided not to run for either the state house or senate. I have an aging mother; and, my wife, family, and I hanker to continue traveling and seeing the world as we have […]
Historic City News readers are invited to attend an Open House being held at the Main Branch of the St. Johns County Public Library located at 1960 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St. Augustine in Monday, December 15, 2014.
Historic City News has discovered that ten art, music, and cultural programs in St Johns County are $500 richer, thanks to a tax on the sale of Florida’s “State of the Arts” automobile license plates.
Lieutenant Justin Asbury is cautioning Historic City News readers about potentially deteriorating driving conditions in the area of SR-206, east of US-1 near Dupont Center.
Assistant State Attorney Travis Mydock, who prosecuted the state’s case against a St Augustine man for selling hydrocodone pills on SR-16 in August of 2012, reported to Historic City News that the defendant was convicted of the first degree felony charges today by a St Johns County jury.
After two hours of deliberation and presentation of testimony before the Code Enforcement, Adjustments and Appeals Board today, members were split on findings of responsibility and the amount of fines to be charged to former HARB chairman, Len Weeks, for his role leading to irreparable damage to one of only 30 remaining colonial structures.
Today, at the Marywood Retreat and Conference Center, Historic City News was informed that the twenty-two participant 2015 class of “Leadership St. Johns” began an 8-month program designed to help them learn about St. Johns County through participation.
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St. Johns County will be closed Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28, 2014 for Thanksgiving.
The Saint Augustine Camera Club announced to Historic City News that they will hold “An Evening with Clyde” a presentation by renowned photographer Clyde Butcher, famous for his wilderness photography of the Florida landscape.