Letter: HCN gave all Republicans a fair shake Bob Smith St Augustine, FL Dear Editor, Well done Historic City News! Thanks for giving all the Republican candidates in this Senate race a fair shake! That is more than I can say for the other print media outlets, and in particular, The Record.
Archive for January, 2010
As Historic City News starts the countdown for the long awaited re-opening of the Bridge of Lions, the St. Augustine local news desk will publish a look back on the work that has been accomplished and a peek ahead to the completion of the Bridge of Lions rehabilitation project.
Priscilla Proctor, Coordinator of College and Public Relations, reported to the St. Augustine local news desk at Historic City News that Flagler College will host civil rights supporter and former Atlanta Mayor and United Nations Ambassador Andrew Young.
Cathy DuPont updated the St. Augustine local news desk that in order to make it more convenient for St. Augustine residents to make donations for the victims of the recent earthquake in Haiti, the City of St. Augustine has designated its main fire station as a collection point for any donated items.
The Saint Johns Cultural Council reported to the St. Johns County local news desk that their non-profit organization is now holding the 2010 Membership Drive to help accomplish their mission of promoting St. Johns County as a premiere arts destination.
Assistant County Attorney Regina Ross, will present Item 3 of Tuesday’s agenda before the County Commission which is a resolution approving the terms and condition of a new contract between the St. Johns County Visitors & Convention Bureau and St. Johns County Board of Commissioners.
Brette Reiman, one of the organizers of the volunteer group “Hugs Across the County”, contacted the St. Johns County local news desk in hopes of finding Historic City News readers willing to help with a special need.