Local attorney Anne Marie Gennusa announced to Historic City News that Law Day is Friday, May 1, 2009.
Florida Public Archaeology Network presents Archaeology and Heritage Education Training this summer.
Communications Director Jay Humphreys with the St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau reported to Historic City News that the Gamble Rogers Festival, First Friday Art Walk and James Taylor in concert top several entertainment choices in America’s Oldest City this weekend.
Historic City News is reporting a marathon meeting at City Hall last night that lasted until after 9:30 p.m.
Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline’s comment appeared to reflect the commission’s concern that the Spanish colonial building style unique to St. Augustine is giving way to construction representing other eras in our city’s long history.
Kevin Kelshaw reported to Historic City News that a 25-year old Duval County man has been arrested early this morning in connection with three recent armed robberies in St. Johns County.
Flagler College students Morgan Milders, Caroline Cooper, Monique Blaize, Jessica Wyatt, John Glenn, Casey Chuhinka
Marsha Chance reported to Historic City News this morning that on May 5th, the St. Augustine Archaeological Association will present a lecture by Dr. Henri D. Grissino-Mayer.
Do you know what “sexting” is? I’ll bet your teenage kids do.
In a report to Historic City News this morning, Cash McVay says the Lincolnville Community Garden has been moved to the consent agenda at the City Commission meeting scheduled for tonight, Monday, April 27th.