The Spanish soldier in St. Augustine U.S. Park Ranger Jake Harper Castillo de San Marcos National Monument When doing living history at the Castillo, most of us interpret Spanish soldiers.
Historic City News has learned that Anne Wilson, President of Friends of A1A, and Sallie O’Hara, Byway Program Administrator, have returned from Minneapolis, Minnesota where last week they accepted a 2011 Scenic Byway Award for the “Environmental Education Fair”.
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Beau Phillips reported to Historic City News that more than 100 business leaders gathered this morning for the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly Economic Development Council breakfast to hear Wells Fargo Senior Economist Mark Vitner.
In an article that appeared last night in the Jacksonville Business Journal online edition, Christian Conte reported that Journal Community Publishing Group of Milwaukee has sold the last of its Florida publications — the weekly Ponte Vedra Recorder and Clay Today, as well as the First Coast Register, Car Connection and the St. Augustine Underground.
The City of St. Augustine reported to Historic City News that on Sunday, September 11, the City of St. Augustine continues the annual tradition of holding its Ceremony of Remembrance, honoring those who died in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.
Historic City News was with Florida Governor Rick Scott, State Senator John Thrasher and State Representative William Proctor yesterday when the officials visited with business leaders in St. Johns County to discuss how to stimulate growth and create jobs.