According to information obtained by Historic City News, overseas ballots have already been mailed to St Johns County voters and, in just one week, domestic absentee ballots for the general election in November will be mailed. However, in the race for Florida Senator Seat 6, between Democrat Kathleen Trued, Greg Feldman who is running without […]
Florida mayor used secular resources for religious purposes FFRF wants pope invite rescinded The Freedom From Religion Foundation, on behalf of its Florida chapter and more than 21,000 members nationwide, is asking the mayor of St. Augustine to withdraw his invitation to Pope Francis to visit the city when he comes to the U.S. in […]
Historic City News has learned that Senator Walter B. Fraser was posthumously inducted on Monday evening to the Florida Tourism Hall of Fame during the Chairman’s Dinner at the 46th Annual Florida Governor’s Conference on Tourism at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.
Historic City News readers are invited to attend the November election candidate forum being sponsored by the St Augustine Neighborhood Council on Tuesday, October 7th.
Historic City News has learned that a concerned citizen photographed the young man shown walking along the sidewalk of San Marco Avenue after he is said to have painted “Be God” in black paint on the roadway.
Graffiti is one of the most senseless forms of vandalism possible since it does nothing to endear anyone to a cause and it is universally removed without much fanfare. Historic City News reporters found two recent incidents that appear to be linked to an anti-religious message; one across the Plaza from the Cathedral and the […]
Last month Historic City News readers missed a face that had started their day for the last 20 years when Eric Land, president and general manager of First Coast News, announced that Good Morning Jacksonville news anchor Phil Amato had resigned.
Public dollars used to pay for private schools For-profit charters schools blossom Jacksonville Business Journal Nikolai Vitti, superintendent of Duval County Public Schools, spoke to a reporter with the Jacksonville Business Journal yesterday to express his concern with what he sees as a growing threat to public education from private for-profit charter schools.
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Health and Human Services Meeting Funding Availability RFP Monday, September 29, 2014 at 9:30 a.m. Notice is hereby given that the St. Johns County Evaluation Review Meeting for the Health and Human Services Funding Availability RFP will meet Monday, September 29, 2014 at 9:30 a.m., in the Conference Room at the St. Johns County Health […]
Kathy Nelson, is new to St Augustine. She doesn’t know the political and social connections yet and I’m sure she’s still learning her way around some of St Augustine’s landmarks; especially when they are regularly expressed in terms of where so and so used to be.
The overwhelming majority of Historic City News readers were not counted among the millions of Americans who did not vote in 2012, many because they didn’t know how to register or they missed the registration deadline.