Florida Association of Counties Communications Director Cragin Mosteller reported to Historic City News yesterday, that a new legislative bill has been introduced that would allow local governments to advertise their legal notices on Internet websites.
St. Johns County Recreation and Parks asked Historic City News to invite the community to the first annual Veterans Day Sunset Celebration on Tuesday, November 10th.
Christine McMillan, Communications & Events Director for the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, reported to Historic City News that as part of the city’s Nights of Lights ceremonies on November 21st, the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine will celebrate Candlelight Night Prayer.
American exceptionalism is well on its way to becoming a cautionary tale.
Yesterday the Supreme Court of Florida reported to Historic City News that they had disciplined 19 attorneys; including local attorney Jay Floyd.
As one who has a hankering for learning, specifically about other governmental organizations, and enjoys traveling to the European Union (EU), it always behooves me to consider how Europe has overcome monumental odds over “centuries of existence,” and how they have recognized that change is good.
Historic City News received a statement from Governor Charlie Crist today regarding the selection of the Jacksonville Air National Guard as the potential bed-down site of the Air Force’s newest fighter plane.
John Thornton, Board Member for the Committee for the Night Watch reported to Historic City News that the 35th annual Grande Illumination – British Night Watch Parade sparkles to life on Saturday, December 5th.
Jacksonville news station WJXT Channel 4 will broadcast a special “Crime Alert Primetime: From Vows to Murder” tonight at 8 p.m. Thursday, October 29th.
Historic City News has learned that on Friday, the 4th of December, 2009, The British Night Watch Concert will be held featuring national Celtic recording artists “Father, Son and Friends”.