Letter: Education key to bicyclist’s safety Ron Berben St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: The recent attention given to the hit-and-run death of 43-year-old Randy Wayne Miller has brought the safety of our bicyclists in the city to the discussion table. I have always been a supporter of our cyclists in this city and always will […]
Archive for March, 2011
Community Affairs Officer Barbara Stevens reported to Historic City News that over the course of the past two months, the St. Augustine Police Department has successfully linked 18 year-old Hudson Patrick Crace to additional graffiti vandalism.
Historic City News has learned that an arrest warrant was obtained late yesterday afternoon for a St. Johns County man who is accused of stealing two necklaces from an outlet mall jewelry store on Saturday and is implicated in other area crimes.
Today, the Florida Association of Counties, the Florida League of Cities and the Florida School Boards Association notified Historic City News that they are collectively launching a new grassroots movement urging Tallahassee politicians to keep in mind that government closest to people, governs best.
Wayne Riggs, Ph.D., adviser and assistant professor of history at Flagler College, reported to Historic City News that Nicole Howlett has been awarded a fellowship into the Egyptology program at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies reported to Historic City News local business reporters that that they will undergo a multi-million dollar expansion at the Saint Augustine facility that will lead to approximately 90 new jobs over the next two to three years.
With both the mayor and vice-mayor absent, Historic City News observed as acting chairman Errol Jones advanced a motion authorizing the City Manager to move ahead with plans to install a memorial to Andrew Young and to spend up to $10,000 to do it.
The information contained in this report is taken from sources deemed reliable; the accuracy and completeness of which Historic City News does not control and cannot guarantee. The original public records are on file with the St. Johns County Tax Collector and should be consulted before taking any action.
Community Affairs Officer Barbara Stevens reported to Historic City News that the St. Augustine Police Department was called to Carmelo’s Marketplace just before midnight on Saturday night, to investigate a reported carjacking attempt.