Last week, local photographer Bob Honiker published this photograph of lillies in front of a home on Pine Street.
The Board of County Commissioners has proclaimed April as Sea Turtle Awareness Month according to a report received by Historic City News from Habitat Conservation Coordinator Tara Dodson.
Historic City News has learned that St. Johns County Commission Chairman Cyndi Stevenson will be the next guest speaker before The Marketplace Christian Professionals group on Thursday, April 9, 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.
While still dark and with water intruding into the hole, deputies responded to Ponte Vedra Beach this morning to investigate a possible World War II generation military ordinance discovered in the sand.
Historic City News has learned that poet Benjamin Grossberg will wrap up the Writers-in-Residence 2008-2009 season with his reading on April 15th according to Liz Daube, Flagler College Media Specialist.
From the records of Cheryl Strickland St. Johns County Clerk of Court
Three Flagler College journalism students have won four state and regional awards for work published online or broadcast in 2008 according to an announcement from Brian Thompson, Director of Public Information.
Media Specialist Liz Daube reported to Historic City News that Flagler College senior Jamie Alvarez recently received a leadership award from the Enterprising Women’s Leadership Institute of Florida.
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.