Letter: Education key to bicyclist’s safety Ron Berben St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: The recent attention given to the hit-and-run death of 43-year-old Randy Wayne Miller has brought the safety of our bicyclists in the city to the discussion table. I have always been a supporter of our cyclists in this city and always will […]
Archive for February, 2010
St. Johns County Solid Waste Management reported to the local news desk at Historic City News that March 11th will be the last day that they will provide weekday pick-up of residential hazardous waste at sites in Julington Creek, Palm Valley and Crescent Beach.
The St. Augustine local news desk at Historic City News has learned that last month, AnnTaylor Stores Corp. filed suit against Chelsea Property Group, Inc. and Simon Property Group, Inc. the owners and operators of the outlet mall in St. Augustine.
The information contained in this report is taken from sources deemed reliable; the accuracy and completeness of which Historic City News does not control and cannot guarantee. The original public records are on file with the St. Johns County Tax Collector and should be consulted before taking any action.
Dixie Strategies’ Consultant Brian H. Graham announced to St. Johns County local news reporters that former Virginia Governor and United States Senator George F. Allen, together will District 20 Representative Bill Proctor, will address a special luncheon on Friday.
In accordance with Florida State Statute 775.21, this news release will serve as public notification that the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office has been given information that a person judged to be a sexual predator is now residing within St. Johns County.
Flagler County Sheriff’s Office Public Information Officer Debra Johnson reported to the St. Johns County local news desk that two St. Augustine men were being held in the Flagler County Inmate Facility on charges they forced their way into a Bunnell home and robbed the resident late Sunday evening.
Thomas Reed Caswell, University of Florida Libraries Liaison for the Government House Research Collection, has forwarded some exciting news to the St. Augustine news desk at Historic City News of interest to readers who research local historical subject matter.
The trial of a man accused of raping and slaying a veterinary technician in Orange Park has resulted in a guilty verdict being returned late this morning in the first degree murder and sexual battery case.