Blake Deal III will continue to hold weddings at his property located at 7 Bridge Street to the chagrin of many Historic City News readers who live in the city’s historic preservation districts; and, so long as he keeps attendance to 35 guests or less (45 guests after the first year), and a few other conditions, the city will do Continue Reading →
Each year, Historic City News reports on a gold rush, of sorts, sponsored by the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council. This year, 34 prospectors laid their claims to $847,666 in bed tax money to publicize and promote their programs to potential out-of-town visitors.
Historic City News local reporters were invited to share in the groundbreaking ceremonies this afternoon when the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum announced construction of a new facility that will provide a permanent, handicap-accessible home for maritime research and education programs.
This morning, Historic City News secure webservers were upgraded and got a significant kick-in-the-git-along. You should be noticing enhanced speed of delivery across all historiccity.com domains as of about 2:00 a.m. Businesses and individuals who host their domains on our servers will benefit from these upgrades as well.
David Chatterton, General Manager of Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine told Historic City News reporters today that he is proud to announce the company’s new partnership with Teladoc Services.