Public Information Officer Debra Johnson told local reporters with Historic City News that a Palm Coast jeweler was arrested after he pulled a gun this afternoon during an argument with a customer.
Many Historic City News readers in St. Augustine carry a debit card instead of cash and find it more convenient to use for payment than a personal check — for Bank of America customers, and those at some other area banks, that convenience is going to come at a price.
Social networking: more than a place for friends By Gena Anderson Administrative Editor The Gargoyle
St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau Communications Director Jay Humphreys informed St. Johns County reporters at Historic City News that October is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy all of the entertainment the area has to offer.
St. Augustine readers of Historic City News should know that more than two dozen laws were passed this year in the Florida legislature — from medical malpractice reform to new penalties for bestiality and sexting by minors; all of which will take effect this weekend.
The Young Republicans of St. Johns County reported to Historic City News that they would honor St. Augustine’s veterans tomorrow evening with a special program and complimentary dinner at the Elks Lodge. Dress for the event is “business casual” according to an announcement received from Republican Club of St. Augustine President, Gary Bruce. The two-hour […]
Laurie Sanderson is keeping Historic City News readers in St. Augustine updated on the progress of the San Sebastian River Bridge replacement project for the Florida Department of Transportation.
October is Crime Prevention Month, and crime prevention is an essential function at the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office; we have specially trained deputies and certified Crime Prevention Practitioners dedicated to the mission of crime prevention.
Flagler students pass by First United Methodist Church at the corner of King and Riberia Streets; Historic City News readers in St. Augustine have come to recognize the approach of the fall holiday season by the “pumpkin patch” that returns every year.
Lynn Blenkhorn reported to Historic City News that Saturday morning, a large St. Augustine area crowd is expected for the 25th National Multiple Sclerosis Society “Cycle to the Shore” two-day event.