Chuck Mulligan reported to Historic City News reporters that detectives with the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office are investigating an armed robbery that occurred in Marshalls Department Store in the 1700 block of US-1 South shortly after 5:00 p.m. this afternoon.
In accordance with Florida State Statute 775.21, this news release will serve as public notification that the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office has been given information that a person judged to be a sexual predator is now residing within St. Johns County.
The Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida have announced to Historic City News in St Augustine that Flagler College president William T. Abare, Jr., Ed.D., has been elected as the chairman of the organization’s Council of Presidents.
Historic City News in St Augustine was informed that State Attorney R J Larizza has received a criminal mischief complaint alleging sixteen recent graffiti attacks against city owned dumpsters and private property that police say was committed by a 20-year-old Davis Shores resident.
The Republican primary campaign between Mike Weinstein and Aaron Bean for a newly redrawn Jacksonville seat in the Florida Senate this summer is really a political proxy fight for a future Senate presidency.
Historic City News feels that reader interaction enhances the value of our reporting; we were founded on the principle of citizen reporters and for the next few weeks, we are trying a new, integrated approach to determine if there is a better way use our popular facebook page as a host for reader’s comments.
Responding to reports of at least eight vehicles being vandalized Saturday evening, Flagler County Sheriff Don Fleming informed Historic City News that his department has stepped-up aggressive patrol in two north Palm Coast neighborhoods to find the culprits.
Every-other year, the landscape of St Augustine and St Johns County is attacked by political signs and banners that do little more than add to eye pollution, distract drivers, and, not the least of which, violate state election laws and local ordinances.