Micromanagement is routinely the top complaint people have about their bosses according to a report aired today on NPR News. In today’s job market where workers have more options, that’s a bigger problem for employers.
As if Historic City News readers didn’t already know, St Augustine was selected as the prettiest town in the State of Florida in a recent compilation by THE DAILY MEAL that was published on today’s […]
St. Johns County Director of Communications Michael Ryan, has invited all Historic City News readers to attend a free SCORE workshop aimed at helping small business owners find sources of commercial funding.
Since the closing of the 5,000-square-foot Absolute Americana Art Gallery at 77 Bridge Street across the street from the city finance department, Historic City News readers have been speculating if another cultural venue would materialize. […]
The San Marco Hotel PUD is one step closer to breaking ground tonight after vice-mayor Todd Neville made a motion to approve the rezoning of Barnacle Bill’s restaurant and parking lot after hours of presentations […]
For over two decades Fireworks Over the Matanzas has been produced by Fireworks by Santore, a company based in nearby Flagler County, that’s been in the fireworks business for over 125 years.
A currently suspended Ponte Vedra Beach attorney will be publicly reprimanded following a May 10 court order, according to a report received by Historic City News this morning from the state’s guardian for the integrity […]
St Augustine veteran radio personality Pete Melfi, well known for his association with WFOY and sister station WAOC, has added a new venture to his resume — the off-color My904News, launched recently, and his latest […]
What’s the secret to running a home-based business? Kelly K. Spors Special to Historic City News Starting and running a business out of your house has many rewards: no commute, less time-sucking small talk, no […]