FHP Lieutenant Bill Leeper reported to Historic City News that a two-car collision involving a Sheriff’s SUV occurred late this afternoon at around 4:25 p.m.
A Jacksonville attorney who has been licensed for over ten years has been suspended for 91 days following a February 8th court order; joining a list of 26 attorneys being disbarred or suspended as reported to Historic City News today.
The St. Augustine Humane Society notified Historic City News that they will sponsor a series of dog training classes during the coming two months.
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.
The numbers are staggering. $40 billion dollars! That is the estimated amount scammed illegally from some 25 million senior citizens across the country in just one year according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Flagler College Coordinator of Public Information, Priscilla N. Proctor, invites Historic City News readers to attend the concluding presentation of the Community Lecture Series entitled, “Gandhi and Bin Laden – Religion at the Extremes”.
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.
The Commissioners Albatross Bruce A. Maguire St. Augustine, FL
Historic City News has learned that Edward A. Slavin, Jr., was taken into custody by officers with the U.S. Marshal Service at about 1:00 p.m. today in connection with an outstanding criminal warrant issued by the Supreme Court of Tennessee.