Historic City News readers are invited to attend the St. Augustine Regional Chapter of the Women’s Council of REALTORS® when they host their monthly business meeting and luncheon at Carrabba’s Italian Grill, located at 155 SR 312 West, Thursday August 5th, 2010.
With her hair pulled back in sweaty pigtails, glasses smudged from digging through archaeological units, and hands muddied from sifting through piles of shells, construction debris and pottery remains, ten-year-old Ana Shaw concluded, “This is the coolest camp I’ve ever been to.”
Historic City News has learned that Stellers Gallery at Ponte Vedra to feature renowned painter John Bunker with Flower Forms at Daryl Bunn Studios, August 6th.
Local St. Augustine reporters at Historic City News have learned that a man has surrendered to police tactical teams called from the St. Augustine Police Department and St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office this afternoon.
In a presentation before the civic roundtable last week, St. Johns County Sheriff David B. Shoar gave an overview of a new tool available from DNA:SI Laboratories in Burlington, NC which will be put to a field test locally to measure the value of using DNA evidence in in high-volume crime situations.
Jeremy Robshaw, Public Information Officer with St. Johns County Fire Rescue, informed Historic City News local reporters that emergency personnel responded to two residential structure fires last night.
Local St. Augustine reporters at Historic City News have learned that Wednesday morning, Police Officer Walt Makowski responded to 865 Fish Island Road to investigate the theft of solid copper wire.
Prosperity Bank’s board of directors has agreed to a consent order from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the Florida Office of Financial Regulation to raise its Tier 1 capital ratio to 8 percent and its total risk-based capital ratio to 12 percent.
Cathy DuPont reported to Historic City News that on Wednesday, August 4th, power will be transferred to the new cabinet operating the traffic signals at the intersections of King Street and Cathedral Place.
The Mayor and City Commissioners attended a small gathering of people including several City department heads, City Manager John Regan and former City Manager Bill Harriss to mark the Fiesta de Aviles and the ceremonial start to a much needed facelift for one of the oldest documented streets in St. Augustine.