Spring Member Show Stop in the St. Augustine Art Association Gallery to see this wonderful exhibit of Association member’s art. The open media, open subject works will be juried for awards and will be on display through April 21.
St Johns County Chamber of Commerce Communications Manager Beau Phillips announced to Historic City News that Senator John Thrasher, Representative Bill Proctor and Florida Chamber of Commerce Vice President Brad Swanson would be the speakers for the Economic Development Council Quarterly Breakfast.
Alison Johnson reminds Historic City News readers in St Augustine and St Johns County that April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month; since 1989, thousands of people nationwide wear the blue ribbon in April to create awareness of the need to keep kids safe and families strong.
Fort Mose Historic State Park recently received confirmation that three of the park’s events have been accepted into the National Park Service’s National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom; according to an announcement received by Historic City News local news desk on Friday.
As recounted in the 1820’s German nursery rhyme, after the rat takes the cheese, the cheese stands alone.
When Nello Joseph Mariotti moved to St Augustine in 1956, he founded one of the city’s most recognized businesses; with a name familiar to anyone who drives past their location on South Ponce de Leon Boulevard — Mariotti’s Laundry and Dry Cleaners.
Administrative Assistant Melissa Lundquist reported to Historic City News that she is currently providing applications to residents of St Johns County who would be willing to serve in one of three vacancies on two volunteer advisory boards.
Chief Mike Arnold of the St Augustine Fire Department announced to local Historic City News reporters that firefighters would continue flow testing fire hydrants north of King Street next week. Hydrants in the downtown historical area will be tested from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. with the remainder of the area being tested starting at 1:00 p.m. and lasting approximately Continue Reading →