SNAP: “Temporary” work waivers approved for seventh straight year By William Patrick Florida Watchdog Since 2009, Florida’s most able-bodied recipients of government food assistance have been exempt from work requirements. The “temporary” waiver will continue in 2015, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which distributes Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits — called food stamps […]
The City’s Visioning Committee reported to Historic City News that they will convene Monday, December 15th for the purpose of reviewing suggestions offered during last month’s public town hall meeting.
As part of a “Homeport 450th Dockage Agreement” the historical replica of a Spanish tall ship, El Galeon Andalucia, sailed into Matanzas Bay this morning.
Historic City News readers looking for a last minute Christmas gift might consider a St Johns County annual beach pass while they are on sale from all locations of the Tax Collector’s office.
A 41-year-old Duval County man was arrested on charges of grand theft over $100,000 and organized scheme to defraud early Wednesday evening according to a report received by Historic City News this afternoon.
The Florida Highway Patrol informed local Historic City News reporters that they will join law enforcement and highway safety agencies across the nation who are participating in the “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.
Historic City News is pleased to report that ViaAir’s first nonstop flight between the Northeast Florida Regional Airport (St. Augustine, FL – UST) and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) will take place, today, Friday, December 19th.
After two-and-a-half years of discussions and searching, St Augustine Aquarium LLC has purchased a 5-acre site to build an aquarium — but, it won’t be on Riberia Pointe, or even within the St Augustine city limits.