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Paul K Williamson, Public Affairs Director for the City of St. Augustine, announced to Historic City News today that as the 18th season of Nights of Lights ends, after tonight the city would be a little bit darker.
4:30 a.m. comes early in the morning, but that hasn’t dissuaded Skip Hutton or Gina Burrell who live in the North City neighborhoods surrounding the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind from chartering a 15-passenger van to appear before a legislative committee and object to approval of House Bill 1039.
Historic City News has learned that St Johns County detectives recovered the body of a woman this morning; believed to be 47 year-old Susan Raye Norris who was last seen by friends and family members on January 26th.
City of St Augustine Beach Commissioner Undine C Pawlowski announced to local Historic City News reporters that she would hold an informal Town Hall Meeting on February 3rd from 10 – 11:30 a.m. at the Anastasia Branch Library.
More than 100 women and men recently turned out for “Women Rock,” an informative networking event benefitting the Joanne Arnett Tutschek Breast Cancer Fund at the Flagler Health Care Foundation.
Communications Director Miki Gilloon reported to Historic City News that tomorrow and Thursday, three students from the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind are participating in the River Region East Science Fair.
S.A.F.E. Pet Rescue, Inc. of Northeast Florida in St Augustine announced to local Historic City News reporters that tomorrow, Wednesday February 1, and again on Saturday February 4, they would hold their next adoption event at Pet Supermarket from noon until 6:00 p.m. Pet Supermarket is located in the Winn-Dixie shopping center at US-1 and […]
While Florida has been viewed as the epicenter of the nation’s pill mill epidemic, recent evidence demonstrates that the efforts of the Drug Enforcement Administration and its federal, state, and local law enforcement partners have made a significant difference.
Over 3000 athletes and 10,000 spectators participated in this weekend’s Suncoast Sports Festival at the Florida State Fairgrounds in Tampa, including a team of boys from St Johns County representing First Coast Gymnastics; who won 1st place overall.