In a joint media conference held today, Historic City News has learned that local State Attorney R.J. Larizza will prosecute the case against three Louisiana fugitives in the death of 29-year-old Vincent Binder; whose body was discovered in a field off SR-16, west of I-95.
Judi Stetson, Director of Grants & Special Projects, asks Historic City News readers for grass-roots support from groups, clubs, media, businesses, citizens and anyone else available tomorrow to show support for a railroad stop in the Town of Bunnell.
St. Johns County Cultural Council, the county’s designated local arts agency, periodically reports upcoming cultural events to local Historic City News reporters for the benefit of our readers.
Detectives with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office Robbery Homicide Unit are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the death of a 45-year old Duval County man.
In October 2009, Historic City News reported that Halback Design Group made a presentation to the St. Augustine City Commission to improve access and visibility of Aviles Street; considered the oldest street in the oldest city in the United States.
Historic City News readers are invited to participate in a joint public information workshop to obtain project information and provide input regarding the FEC Amtrak Passenger Rail Study.
Historic City News reporters learned that today, Governor Charlie Crist applauded the Legislature for passing House Bill 7069; requiring background screening procedures for individuals who work with vulnerable Floridians such as children, senior citizens and persons with disabilities.
St. Augustine and The Fraternal Orders Part two of a series Veterans of Foreign Wars and the United Veterans of the Spanish War By Geoff Dobson