Several Historic City News readers joined a crowd of a hundred or more citizens at the Modis Building at 1 Independent Drive in downtown Jacksonville yesterday to show outrage over the revelation that the Internal Revenue Service was used to harass and abuse US citizens who are Tea Party members and members of other conservative [...]
Historic City News was informed that an information host at the St Augustine and St Johns County Visitor Information Center who has been welcoming visitors to the city for almost 15 years, Kay David, has been named the 2013 Tourism Employee of the Year in the Government Category during the 4th Annual State of the [...]
The National Geographic Emerging Explorer, Barrington Irving, impressed Historic City News editor Michael Gold Saturday, during two inspirational presentations in the Palencia Elementary School cafeteria; both were part of the St Johns County Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fair.
On Saturday, Historic City News accompanied third, fourth and fifth-grade students from St Johns County elementary schools who attended the inaugural St Johns County School District Elementary Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fair; held at Palencia Elementary School.
St. Johns County Fire Rescue told Historic City News this morning that a local team of United States Lifesaving Association certified beach lifeguards will officially begin full-scale guarded beaches this Saturday, May 25, 2013.
Historic City News has been informed that a Matanzas High School student who was born in St Augustine, was arrested this morning after he attacked a Flagler County school resource deputy; following a fight in the school cafeteria, located at 3535 Old Kings Road in Palm Coast.
January 4, 2010, Times-Union sales and marketing vice president, Ron Davidson, took the reins as publisher of the St Augustine Record. Two weeks later, on January 19, 2010, Florida Publishing Company succumbs to bankruptcy under the ownership of Morris Publishing Group, LLC.
The information contained in this report is taken from sources deemed reliable; the accuracy and completeness of which Historic City News does not control and cannot guarantee. The original public records are on file with the St. Johns County Clerk of Court and should be consulted before taking any action.
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By the time you reach your late 50′s, you are supposed to have learned most of life’s lessons and have probably taught a few of them to those coming up in your family; but, apparently, I am still learning.
Paul Williamson reminds Historic City News readers that on Monday, May 27, all offices of the City of St Augustine will be closed in observance of Memorial Day.