Well … here we are, yet another Memorial Day. I’ll be joining friends and comrades at the VFW later on this afternoon. It’ll be sad and happy at the same time.
“On behalf of a grateful nation, I present this flag as a token of our appreciation for the faithful and selfless service of your loved one for this country.”
With more attention than ever on St. Johns County finances, we expect county staff to be scrutinizing every expense.
The St. Johns County Health and Human Services Department will host its Summer Kickoff Event on Friday, June 11th from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Monday morning at 10:00 a.m., there will be a Memorial Day commemoration service held at Saint Augustine National Cemetery on Marine Street.
Florida East Coast Railway announced to local Historic City News reporters that James Hertwig has been named as President and Chief Executive Officer of the company effective July 1, 2010.
This Memorial Day, while honoring the soldiers who have given their lives for our county, let’s also take a moment and thank those who do return.
St. Augustine Public Information Coordinator Cathy DuPont informed local Historic City News reporters today that there will be a Lighthouse Park neighborhood meeting at City Hall next week.
Records Management Liaison Officer Patsy Heiss notified local Historic City News reporters that due to a coding error with the Florida Wildlife Commission’s contractor, all alligator hunters must resubmit their applications before a random drawing can be conducted and permits issued.
Local reporters for Historic City News in St. Augustine received “good news” from Governor Charlie Crist today, announcing two “free fishing weekends” just in time to help draw visitors to St. Johns County’s beautiful beaches.