GOVERNMENT

Boles lead only 29 votes – Shaver plans to win November

Boles lead only 29 votes – Shaver plans to win November

In a race that could have been decided between the two candidates last night, had the field not been corrupted with a spoiler, political newcomer Nancy Shaver of Lincolnville shows St. Augustinians that there is hope for a more fiscally sound, resident-oriented, customer service driven community when she drew all but 29 votes as the […]

August 27, 2014 | By More
“Outsiders” win – Sanchez out

“Outsiders” win – Sanchez out

During the tabulation of last night’s ballots in the Republican Primary, of 16,888 ballots voted in the District 2 race, 39-year-old Jeb Smith, a fifth-generation farmer, won with 7,286 (43%) votes. Community activist, advocate for children’s education issues, and a former Air Traffic Controller, Kim Kendall, came in second with 5,363 votes (32%).

August 27, 2014 | By More

COMMUNITY

Davis Shores warned about September water conditions

Davis Shores warned about September water conditions

The City of St Augustine is warning Davis Shores residents, both north and south of Anastasia Boulevard, to be expecting reduced water pressure and possibly discolored water during the month of September.

August 27, 2014 | By More
If you can, wait until September 1 to renew your tags

If you can, wait until September 1 to renew your tags

Residents renewing their auto, truck and motorcycle tags after September 1 can benefit from a new state law reducing registration fees an average of $14 – $25 each. But, if they get in a hurry to send back their automated renewal ahead of time, they may be stuck with the current, higher fees.

August 27, 2014 | By More

HISTORIC CITY 9-1-1

Charles answers some questions about home shooting

Charles answers some questions about home shooting

Jacksonville attorney Hank Coxe is representing former St Augustine Beach Mayor Frank Charles in the shooting incident that occurred at Charles’ residence in the 4600 block of Pecos Court in Cimarrone at about 3:30 a.m. Friday night.

August 27, 2014 | By More
South beaches closed to vehicular traffic

South beaches closed to vehicular traffic

Historic City News readers are advised that due to persistent northeast winds, elevated surf, and beach flooding associated with Hurricane Cristobal, St. Augustine Beach, Crescent Beach, and Butler Beach are temporarily closed to vehicular traffic.

August 26, 2014 | By More

BUSINESS

San Sebastian Harbor details coming to light

San Sebastian Harbor details coming to light

Historic City News editor, Michael Gold, met with Don McCormick, Director of Business Development for Humphrey Realty this afternoon; the entity managing the development of the Doubletree by Hilton on San Marco Avenue at Old Mission Avenue, and the new owners of the long vacant land to be developed into the San Sebastian Inland Harbor.

August 20, 2014 | By More
San Sebastian Inland Harbor has new owner

San Sebastian Inland Harbor has new owner

Historic City News has learned that real estate owned through foreclosure by a Wells Fargo Bank affiliate has been sold to a central Florida family involved in a number of property investment projects throughout Florida for a reported $4.75 million.

August 19, 2014 | By More

St Augustine | St Johns County | Historic Coast News

HHSAC Executive Committee Meeting Schedule

HHSAC Executive Committee Meeting Schedule

HHSAC FY 2013/2014 Executive Committee Meeting Schedule All meetings are held at the Health and Human Services Conference Room, 1955 US 1 South, St. Augustine. Any changes in dates, times, or meeting rooms will be posted. Meetings held on first Thursday of the month at 3:30 p.m. FY 2013/2014 October 3, 2013 November 7, 2013 December […]

August 28, 2014 | By More
Defense Department aids over-militarization of local police

Defense Department aids over-militarization of local police

Have you been paying attention to the trend of local police forces to become more militarized? In St Johns, Putnam, Clay and Flagler County, law enforcement agencies have received military-grade equipment through the Defense Department’s 1033 Program and the number of SWAT raids has skyrocketed.

August 27, 2014 | By More
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