Letter: From the only conservative writer at the Flagler Gargoyle Hannah Bleau Flagler College Class of ’14 Dear HCN Editor and Flagler Gargoyle readers: What are we supposed to walk away with as we graduate from college? An increased sense of self? Greater critical thinking skills? A more opened mind? That’s what the promise is. […]
Archive for March, 2009
Project Manager Nick Perpich in the St. Johns County Engineering Division reported to Historic City News that beginning today and lasting for approximately the next four months, the westbound lane of West King Street will be closed between US 1 and Palmer Street/Pellicer Lane.
Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office Robbery Homicide Unit are investigating a shooting that occurred early this morning at an apartment in the 100 block of Gunby Circle according to a report received by Historic City News from Media Relations Officer Kevin Kelshaw.
On Palm Sunday, April 5, vessels ranging in size from shrimp trawlers to motorboats will receive a traditional blessing from the Very Reverend Thomas S. Willis, pastor of the Cathedral-Basilica of St. Augustine according to an announcement received by Historic City News.
April 3 Knighting Ceremony – When a person works hard to do a good job, they are said to be a hard worker. When a person adds a few extra hours of volunteer work to aid the community in which they live, they are said to be good citizens. Here in St. Augustine, when a […]
Historic City News has been asked to alert residents and visitors who drive on St. Johns County beaches that this summer local, state and federal authorities are staking off areas of the beach to prevent human disturbance of returning beach nesting birds.
Communications Manager Barbara Golden reported to Historic City News that in early March, representatives from the Visitors and Convention Bureau presented an evening of interactive activities and exhibits to top producing New York based travel media.
With public comments – for and against – the St. Johns County Commission decided to ignore the February 5th approval of the county’s Planning and Zoning Agency to allow Anchor Tower to construct an alternative style mono-cross cell phone tower on property owned and used by St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Fruit Cove; opting to […]