Summer floods the workplace with temporary, part time and seasonal workers — many of whom are college students and willing to work for “beer money”.
Coordinator of Public Information, Priscilla N. Proctor, announced to local Historic City News reporters that Flagler’s Legacy will begin summer tours of the former “Ponce de Leon Hotel” on Monday, May 2nd.
After leaving St. Johns County on Monday, April 25, 2011, Historic City News learned the “Flame of Hope” of the Law Enforcement Special Olympics advanced through Flagler County Wednesday; as deputies there continued the next […]
The St. Johns River Water Management District and the City of St. Augustine have developed an educational video that will likely be of interest to many Historic City News readers — “Simple Truths about our […]
Historic City News reporters note that today is the 18th Annual celebration of Sense of Smell Day, created to help increase public awareness of the many beneficial effects of aromas on all aspects of daily […]
US Park Ranger Jeffrey Edel, Supervisor of Historic Weapons at Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, provides weekly segments from the park’s educational program for the entertainment and enlightenment of Historic City News readers in […]
Historic City News congratulates three graduating seniors of the St. Johns County Education Foundation’s “Take Stock in Children” that were honored on April 21, 2011, at the Bright Beginnings Celebration.
Flagler College announced to Historic City News the selection of two freshman recipients of the Lewis-Wiley Scholarship award.
Vanessa Baker reported to Historic City News that last night’s “Fromajada Serenade” was a very beautiful event held in Queen Isabella’s Garden; located at the intersection of St. George and Hypolita Streets in the historic […]