Collins Avenue, Del Monte Drive and Varella Avenue were closed today as Sheriff’s deputies investigated a false alarm that endangered occupants of St. Augustine High School only one week into the new school year.
Historic City News has learned that police have been looking, without success, for a black Hummer vehicle that terrorized a neighborhood in the North Whitney Street area early Friday morning.
Karen Y. Kirksey announced to Historic City News on behalf of The Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 21 attorneys including one from Palatka — disbarring seven and suspending 11.
Public Information Officer Debra Johnson told local St. Johns County reporters with Historic City News that deputies in Flagler County have arrested an 18 year-old Pathways Academy student around 6:52 a.m. yesterday morning after he allegedly caused an explosion at his bus stop.
The Allegro at Harbour Island and the St Augustine Police Department collaborated efforts to help keep seniors of St Augustine safe according to an announcement received by Historic City News this afternoon.
Local St. Augustine reporters at Historic City News have learned that gunshots were fired in a residential area of Lincolnville near 102 Bridge Street early this morning.
St. Augustine Public Information Coordinator Cathy DuPont informed local Historic City News reporters today that on September 11th, the City of St. Augustine will continue what has become an annual tradition–the remembrance of those who died in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Local St. Augustine reporters at Historic City News have learned that a Helen Street man has been taken into custody and charged with assault against a police officer after he squared off with a patrolman who was responding to a noise complaint at his address.
Local St. Augustine reporters at Historic City News have learned that an employee of a downtown restaurant was robbed shortly past midnight this morning while he was sitting inside his car.
I’ve been a licensed community association manager for a number of years and I always keep my ear to the ground when it comes to community issues — especially those related to resolving nuisances in neighborhoods.