Businessmen and women who read Historic City News in St Augustine and St Johns County will be interested to know the results of the most recent annual report of visitor activity and spending generated by our two national monuments.
Watchdog for a security conscious clientele Special to Historic City News Businesses and individuals in St Johns County rely on the men and women of law enforcement to protect them and their property from crime. But, until the unlikely event Continue Reading →
Historic City News takes great pride in our ecological contribution as a paperless publication. To that end, we do not further burden overcrowded landfills nor do we contaminate the soil with printer’s ink.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Florida Park Service released a “call for business plans” to Historic City News this morning; seeking a concession service provider at Anastasia State Park.
One of the most controversial night time noisemakers on the north end of St George and Spanish Streets has arguably been Local Heroes; the business has been on probation twice.
Historic City News was notified that, last week, inspectors temporarily shut down Kentucky Fried Chicken, located at 1805 US-1 South in St. Augustine, after they found live roaches in the kitchen.