Laurie Sanderson reported the following St. Augustine and St. Johns County locations to Historic City News where the Florida Department of Transportation will be conducting roadwork that is expected to have an impact on driving, beginning this morning and continuing through the coming week.
Historic City News photographer Mark Cubbedge attended last night’s concert of Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band at the St Augustine Amphitheatre; one of many first quality entertainment productions that have begun including St Johns County on their tours.
Lt Jeremy Robshaw reported to Historic City News that St Johns County Fire Rescue responded to residential structure fire in the Heritage Park subdivision of St Augustine at approximately 3:00 a.m. yesterday morning.
A design by Flagler College student Victoria Hardina was recently selected as the logo for the Italy Writes program, according to an announcement received this week by Historic City News in St Augustine.
Angelina Gervasi, Office Coordinator for the St Johns County Public Library System invited local Historic City News readers to join Chairwoman Carolee Bertisch in welcoming two new members, and one reappointment, to the Library Advisory Board.
The City of St Augustine Public Affairs office reported to Historic City News that there is a new City-sponsored exhibit at the Visitor Information Center offering a look into the extraordinary life of 18th century St Augustine.
With the majority of the week under flood conditions across the Historic City News area, we are beginning to see the side effects as sinkholes in St Augustine and Palatka are beginning to appear; but as temperatures rise, so do threats from disease infected mosquitoes.
St Johns County Sheriff’s Sergeant Cristie Taylor broadcast the “last call” over the police radio for former Sheriff Neil Perry this afternoon; the unanswered call for a man who was tethered to his communications center for over twenty years of law enforcement service.