Democratic gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink tells Historic City News that she has picked up endorsements from St. Johns County Commissioners Phillip J. Mays, who represents District 4, and Ken Bryan, who represents District 5.
Flagler College informed Historic City News that Dr. Timothy Johnson, professor of religion and chair of Liberal Studies, has been invited to present a paper at the Universidad Nacional de San Martín in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The City of St. Augustine announced to Historic City News that the closing of some streets and some intermittent traffic disruptions in the downtown area will be necessary during the running of the second annual “Pink up the pace 5K” on Saturday, October 2nd.
Triple Crown Sports First Four Weekends in October St. Johns County and Triple Crown Sports of Fort Collins, Colorado, will host youth fast pitch softball and baseball tournaments the first four weekends of October. Oct. 2nd & 3rd will be the girls Beach Fall Classic Tournament with the 3 remaining weekends the boys St. Augustine […]
At the Monday night meeting of the City Commission, Historic City News Editor Michael Gold shook his head in disbelief as newly re-elected commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline moved to approve an expenditure of $25,000 for an “acquisition consultant” to assess the value of a proposed sale of West Augustine utility service to the county.
Historic City News reporters have been informed that deputies responded to Hobby Lobby in the Riverside Centre located at 200 SR-312, just before 1:00 p.m. yesterday afternoon following an E-911 call from an 86-year old female victim stated that as she came out of the store the two male subjects approached her and one of […]
Historic City News has learned that this week it will become a hate crime in Florida to attack a homeless person with prejudice.
St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director Jay Humphreys reported some great entertainment ideas for Historic City News readers to enjoy this weekend.
Historic City News learned that Tracey Eaton, assistant professor of communication at Flagler College, spent part of his summer in Cuba writing for the Pulitzer Center.
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.