Monthly Archives: June 2008

G’pops Kitchen

In an interview this afternoon for Historic City News, Scott Featherstone, Owner of G’pops Kitchen, gave us the grand tour so that we could bring our readers up to date on all the improvements since opening their new restaurant in the former Topaz location which closed earlier this year.

COPS surveillance nabs auto burglars

Historic City News was advised yesterday evening of the arrest of a St. George Street man, his 16 year old stepson and a 19 year old man. The three were nabbed in an ongoing surveillance of public parking areas that have been the recent targets of auto burglaries along A1A.

Netherton Reef

Last week, Carl Blow, Commissioner with the St. Augustine Port, Waterway & Beach District, reported to Historic City News on the recent deployment of additional concrete pipe and boxes at the High School Reef. Our story was posted here.

Fish fry benefits Brunson campaign

The weather held up last night and the community turned out at the St. Augustine Skeet Club to show their support for County Commission candidate Randy Brunson at a fundraising benefit sponsored by several long time St. Johns County businessmen and friends of the candidate.

Fruit Cove woman startles burglar

Media Relations Officer Kevin Kelshaw notified Historic City News that a male suspect is being sought by the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office in connection with a burglary of an occupied residence in the 1100 block of Ashmore Dr. that occurred earlier this afternoon.

Treasure hunting in Florida

In a communication from Chuck Meide, LAMP Director, that was received by Historic City News this week, we were asked to show our support in preserving Florida’s archaeological and historical heritage.