Everett H. Fifield, former deputy sheriff under L.O. Davis and Dudley Garrett in the ’60s and ’70s, passed away quietly in his sleep on December 24, 2010, at the age of 81.
“New Year’s Day is a time to celebrate with family and friends, and to look towards the coming year with great anticipation,” Florida Governor Charlie Crist told Historic City News in a special holiday announcement […]
Community Awareness Coordinator Kim Brumfield invited Historic City News readers to attend the upcoming 21st annual Betty Griffin House fundraising event – “A Night in the Caribbean”.
All offices of the City of St. Augustine will be closed today Friday, December 31, New Year’s Eve.
150 years ago, in early January 1861, a special convention of delegates from around the state met in Tallahassee to consider whether Florida should leave the Union.
Bonnie Hayflick announced to Historic City News local entertainment reporters that Latitude 30, the First Coast’s 50,000 square foot, all-inclusive entertainment center, will open to the public on Thursday, January 6th at 11:00 a.m.
Lead vocalist Cliff Worrell invited Historic City News readers to enjoy Cliff Worrell and The Restless Kind — appearing in concert tomorrow night and again on Saturday at Molasses Junction Country Store located at 6300 […]
Historic City News is proud that our readers count on us to provide news content and information primarily originating from St. Augustine and St. Johns County, Florida; however, our reporters also follow the local impact […]
In a report published to Historic City News this evening, a statewide grand jury concluded, “The public is tired of officials who abuse their position or ignore conflicts of interest.”
St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director Jay Humphreys alerts Historic City News readers that there are many choices for revelers planning to ring in New Year’s Day this weekend.