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 April, 2010
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.
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.
Tallahassee Police Department Public Information Officer David McCranie, told reporters with Historic City News that Florida Department of Law Enforcement is learning more today about the dead body discovered yesterday behind the Wingate by Wyndham hotel on SR-16 just west of I-95 and believed to be Vincent Binder.
Although Sergent Chuck Mulligan told Historic City News local reporters that he did not suspect the two were connected, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suspicious death of a black man found in an abandoned vehicle early this morning.
“Today’s bill signing is the last step in a historic effort that benefits both the Seminole Tribe and the entire state of Florida,” Florida Governor Charlie Crist told Historic City News reporters. “Following three years of healthy debate and deliberation, the children and families of Florida are now the beneficiaries of much-needed money that will […]
Historic City News local reporters joined area law enforcement officers and state law enforcement agents this morning who are combing a vacant field-turned-crime-scene; behind the Wingate by Wyndham hotel on SR-16 just west of I-95.
Historic City News reporters have learned that the St. Johns County School District, the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Johns County Tax Collector and St. Johns County Fire Rescue have joined together to deliver the “Party’s Over” reenactment for St. Johns County Students.
Edward R. Wuellner, Executive Director of the St. Augustine-St. Johns County Airport Authority updated local news reporters with Historic City News on plans to develop the airport as the economic gateway to Northeast Florida.
Ben Platt, Vice President, of the Board of Directors and Site Selection Chairman for the Children’s Museum of St. Johns, told local reporters at Historic City News that his most often-asked question over the past two and a half years has been “Where exactly is the Children’s Museum located?”
Deputies with the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office and Troopers with the Florida Highway Patrol tell local reporters with Historic City News that they are continuing to investigate circumstances in connection with a driving rampage in Ponte Vedra Beach this past Friday morning.
Bill Harriss, who is retiring after twelve years as City Manager, told reporters from Historic City News that his is pleased with the city commission’s decision to promote Chief Operations Officer, John Regan as his successor when he retires this summer.