The Death of American Privacy By: Hannah Bleau Citizen journalist and Flagler College student, Hannah Bleau, is attending the Conservative Political Action Conference 2014 in Washington D.C., and, as a Historic City News intern covering political stories, she filed this report from the National Security Agency Privacy Panel discussion.
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“I recommend that unless there is clear compliance with the terms of the agreement, the County provide notice of default as provided under Articles 25 and 26 of the agreement,” words of advice to the St Johns County Commission from County Attorney Patrick McCormack to begin the process of terminating the St Johns Cultural Council.
Laurie Sanderson reported the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations to Historic City News where the Florida Department of Transportation will be conducting roadwork that is expected to have an impact on driving, beginning this morning and continuing through the coming week.
Each evening at 74 Bridge Street, located in a lot near the corner of Washington Street, the Dining with Dignity initiative, with assistance from Home Again St. Johns, undertakes to offer a meal to those who would otherwise go hungry. In the past year, more than 34,000 meals were served, and Home Again St Johns […]
Judge Raul Zambrano will likely pass sentence on Quentin Truehill after a hearing scheduled for March 27th, when attorneys can present additional evidence; however, earlier today, the jury’s recommendation is that Truehill should die for his role in Vincent Binder’s death.
Assistant United States Attorney Shawn P. Napier recommends that if Historic City News readers are going to harass an endangered species of Florida wildlife, not to be stupid enough to post a video of yourself committing the crime on your facebook; unless you are ready to appear in Federal Court.
New businesses in St Johns County during February 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 Tax Collector and should be consulted before taking […]
Associated Industries of Florida, with its partner Consumer Energy Alliance, submitted 24,283 public comments to federal officials from Florida residents supporting the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline; pointing out that the new pipeline would boost jobs, as well as alleviate price spikes caused by cold weather and overseas turmoil.
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The City of St. Augustine’s contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and the 2014 Commemoration is the Journey: 450 Years of the African-American Experience exhibition and citywide Journey Passport program, according to Dana Ste. Claire, Executive Director of the St. Augustine 450th Commemoration Department.
Barbara Petersen, President of the First Amendment Foundation, describes reforms to Florida’s broad public records laws which passed through a Florida senate panel yesterday, as “fabulous”. A companion bill, HB 1151, by Rep. Dave Hood, R-Daytona Beach, is pending in the House.
Stills have operated illegally in St Johns County since before prohibition, with corn mash readily available from Elkton and Hastings; and today, the latest still on Riberia Street opens to the public — but this time, the owner won’t be carted off to jail.