Guest Column: Fresh Air for All By: Heather Sciartelli Tobacco Free St Johns Kids are very perceptive, and in northeast Florida they know smoking is gross and dangerous. They know secondhand smoke is harmful and they do not want to breathe it in. We field a lot of questions from Continue Reading →
Martha Graham, Public Works Director for the City of St Augustine, has informed local Historic City News reporters that, effective immediately, a new program has been launched to improve customer service for right-of-way permitting; promising a speedier, over-the-counter process.
St. Johns County has informed Historic City News that they are currently accepting applications for volunteers interested in serving on the West Augustine Nuisance Abatement Board.
Historic City News readers on Anastasia Island will be celebrating their newest neighbors Thursday, July 2 at 6:00 p.m. in Davis Park, when Davis Shores residents Wolfgang and Miki Schau dedicate their generous gift to the City of St Augustine — a new pair of lion statues for the east Continue Reading →
On Saturday, July 4th, 2015, Florida Living History will host its third annual Founding Day fundraiser at Mission Nombre de Dios; located along San Marco Avenue, at 27 Ocean Avenue in St. Augustine.
St Johns County Beach Management has informed Historic City News that they are preparing for the upcoming holiday weekend, when they expect the demand for off-beach parking to exceed capacity.