Keith Goldstein, President of the St. Augustine Shores Emergency Response Team, asked Historic City News today if we would help them to reach out to the community for help and support under very trying times.
After Tuesday’s victory by Mark Miner, Historic City News contacted the Commissioner Elect for his thoughts on the campaign and his future role as a commissioner.
Sacha Martin reported to Historic City News that the Vilano Beach Town Center Streetscape is being awarded OUTSTANDING PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT at this year’s Annual Florida Main Street Conference in Venice, Florida.
As the City of St. Augustine continues the process of finalizing and adopting its budget for the coming fiscal year Historic City Media is reminding its readers that every opportunity is being made to inform and invite the public into this important annual activity.
Los Siete Pintores de San Agustin, a collection from seven local St. Augustine artists, will be on display from August 30th until Sept. 19, 2008 at the St. Johns Cultural Council Art Advocate Gallery. An opening reception will be held during Uptown Saturday Night on August 30 from 5:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. Los Siete Pintores de San Agustin translates Continue Reading →
In a short noticed meeting that some speculated was bound to happen, three St. Johns County Commissioners â€“ Ron Sanchez, Tom Manuel and Ben Rich, each joined together to place a charter government proposal back on the November ballot.
Jay Humphreys, Communications Director of the Visitors and Convention Bureau has asked Historic City News to remind our readers that this Saturday night, visitors to St. Augustine will find a special sense of excitement and fun along San Marco Avenue when the monthly Uptown Saturday Night sparkles to life.
All offices of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners and all St. Johns County Public Libraries will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2008, in observance of Labor Day.