Michael Cunningham, St. Augustine Historical Society Director of Sales and Marketing, reported to local Historic City News reporters that on December 11th and 18th, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., local author Beth Rogero Bowen will appear at a signing for her latest book; A Bridge to a Dream.
On October 18th, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park will hold a special fundraising event to help citizens and wildlife in the Philippines after a devastating super typhoon hit the region according to a notice received by Historic City News today.
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 the following list of lawyers.
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In accordance with Florida State Statute 775.21, this news release will serve as public notification that the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office has been given information that a person judged to be a sexual predator is now residing within St. Johns County.
“It’s been a great year but it’s great to be home,” said Staff Sgt. Mark Miner to reporters on the ground at Fort Stewart, Georgia; Miner was one of a contingent of the Florida National Guard’s 53rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team that were deployed in Kuwait and Iraq. According to a published press release and […]
Historic City News has been informed that a 60 year-old Palm Coast boat captain has been rescued after his towing vessel capsized in the St. Augustine Inlet this morning.
John Reardon reported to local Historic City News reporters that St. Augustine Community Orchestra will celebrate the holiday season this weekend with a special program titled “Sounds of the Season”.
I am not one of those people who expect too much from “quick fix” solutions — especially for large scale, social problems that never seem to get any better; however, I think there is always an opportunity to stop digging any deeper into a glaringly obvious hole.
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