Flagler County Sheriff Donald Fleming reported to Historic City News that merchants in Palm Coast are being cautioned to stay alert for counterfeit bills that have been spotted in circulation in the area.
Historic City News welcomes Old Town Trolley Tours of St Augustine as our latest sponsor, introducing our readers to an opportunity to receive a free adult trolley ticket when you purchase one at regular price.
In case you missed him at Flagler College earlier this month, Historic City News readers are invited to attend when the Florida Republican team brings presidential candidate Mitt Romney to Jacksonville; and, vice-presidential candidate Paul Ryan will join him.
Historic City News reporters received a reminder from Florida Department of Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey that this year marks the 12th anniversary of the inception of Florida’s AMBER Alert Plan; which gets the word out statewide when a child is abducted.
All departments of the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners, St. Johns County Administrative offices, branches of the Public Library, and the Pet Center will be closed Monday, September 3 in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
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.
An 83-year-old Ponte Vedra Beach man is in custody today in lieu of $21,000 bail after Historic City News reporters learned that he struck and seriously injured a bicyclist in the 300 block of Ponte Vedra Boulevard last night.
NPS Ranger Joe Brehm reported to Historic City News that Labor Day, Monday September 3, would be the last day that Castillo de San Marcos National Monument will be open extended hours, as the fort’s fall operating schedule returns.
Today, Historic City News reporters received a copy of the response that was sent to the National Park Service on behalf of St Johns County; requesting that the General Management Plan for the Fort Matanzas National Monument include a provision allowing vehicular access to the beach in “an environmentally responsible manner”.
St Johns County homeowners, who are part of a class of victims of suspicious foreclosure practices in Florida, have received a share of $1.7 billion in assistance including primary and secondary lien principal forgiveness, refinancing and deficiency waivers, according to Attorney General Pam Bondi — but, there is more to come.