Historic City News will join friends and former county officials at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow to honor former County Commission Chairman, 97 year-old Earl W. Byrd; the oldest living retired St. Johns County Commissioner and County Official.
The StAR Council reported to Historic City News that they will hold their next “Meet and Greet” on Thursday, March 3rd from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Reef Restaurant located at 4100 Coastal Highway in Vilano Beach.
Local author, activist, and educator Brian Iannucci, announced to Historic City News today his intention to run for the District 1 seat on the Saint Johns County Commission currently held by incumbent Commissioner Cyndi Stevenson.
Florida Public Archaeology Network Outreach Coordinator for the Northeast Region, Amber Grafft-Weiss, reminds Historic City News readers that March begins next Tuesday — and with it, the official start of our month to celebrate archaeology.
By the time you reach your late 50′s, you are supposed to have learned most of life’s lessons and have probably taught a few of them to those coming up in your family; but, apparently, I am still learning.
Letter: Fiddlers Green is financial millstone Randy Covington St Johns, FL Dear Editor: The Fiddlers Green boondoggle is that special kind of pork barrel spending that just will not die. The county acquired the property in 2006 for the staggeringly out of bounds price of $5.5 million dollars.
Letter: Still waiting for final paycheck Logan Guidry St Augustine, FL Dear Editor, I am a former employee of the downtown Dairy Queen on San Marco Avenue in St Augustine, and I am still waiting for my final paycheck.
Letter: Students should be allowed inspirational message James S. Arpaia St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: The school board’s decision not to allow an “Inspirational message” at the upcoming graduation exercises for fear of a “lawsuit”, or not knowing what a student might say with an “open” microphone, sends a very poor message to our students.