Letter: My vote’s for Shaver John H. Danahy Davis Shores Dear Editor: In this election, your vote should be more than influenced by family, friend, neighbor, organization or party. After all, it is non-partisan.
Mark Ellert, President of Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts & Lodges, announced to Historic City News today its plans to open the company’s third Florida resort on St. Augustine Beach, Florida.
The St. Johns Cultural Council has announced that they have retained the services of Smith Creative Consulting, LLC, in Jacksonville, and appointed its founder, Jeffrey A Smith, as their Director of Strategic Partnerships.
Trillium Capital Resources (TCR) announced to Historic City News today the successful financing commitment of a $16.08 million multifamily Housing and Urban Development (HUD) loan through their partner Red Capital Group. The 232 unit multifamily project will receive a fixed rate financing package for 35 years.
Historic City News local reporters were informed on October 3, 2014 that St Augustine City Manager, John Regan, had submitted the official account of findings from a Procedural Review of the 62-A Spanish Street Building Collapse that included the interviews and report prepared by Tim Burchfield, Assistant City Manager, to the elected members of the […]
On the heels of new information reported by Historic City News this week, following an exclusive interview at the Historic City Newsroom Monday with Florida private investigator Clu Wright, Florida Governor Rick Scott has signed an executive order directing that a Central Florida prosecutor come to St Augustine to investigate the circumstances surrounding what the […]
Historic City News received an invitation to attend a “MeetUp” group last Tuesday called “Entrepreneur Night”, specifically focused on residents from St. Johns, Flagler, and Volusia counties. It is a once-a-month drink-and-appetizers pow-wow that visited St Augustine bringing together entrepreneurial types looking to meet like-minded individuals in the startup scene.
Frontier Airlines today announced a special two-day only fare sale to Historic City News for customers flying to/from Trenton-Mercer Airport (TTN). To thank customers for supporting Frontier’s low fares and to celebrate the convenient service provided from the Trenton-Mercer Airport, the airline is offering a special promotion of 19% off any applicable fare for domestic, […]
David Birchim, AICP, Director of Planning and Building for the City of St Augustine, reported to Assistant City Manager Tim Burchfield yesterday afternoon the timeline associated with the construction work being done by former mayor Len Weeks at the 200-year-old Don Pedro Farnell House at 62-A Spanish Street.
They tell Historic City News it ain’t over! According to an update from its Vice President, Melinda Rakoncay, the members of the Nelmar Terrace Neighborhood Association have created a legal fund to continue their fight to stop 7-Eleven from building a convenience store complex at the intersection of San Marco Avenue and May Street.
Last month Historic City News readers missed a face that had started their day for the last 20 years when Eric Land, president and general manager of First Coast News, announced that Good Morning Jacksonville news anchor Phil Amato had resigned.
Public dollars used to pay for private schools For-profit charters schools blossom Jacksonville Business Journal Nikolai Vitti, superintendent of Duval County Public Schools, spoke to a reporter with the Jacksonville Business Journal yesterday to express his concern with what he sees as a growing threat to public education from private for-profit charter schools.
Frontier Airlines began nonstop service from Northeast Florida Regional Airport in St. Augustine, to Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD). Frontier also offers nonstop service from Northeast Florida Regional Airport to Trenton Mercer Airport in Trenton/Princeton, NJ. Historic City News was on hand on May 2nd when Frontier restored commercial airline service to the local airport; […]
Although the City of St Augustine has approved plans to issue a building permit to construct a convenience store and 12-pump gas station on the long-vacant property at the intersection of May Street and San Marco Avenue, the residents say that will not weaken their resolve to protest the store that they say will cause […]
Historic City News was informed today that Declan Reiley has been named vice president of economic development for the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce. Reiley earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from Florida State University and graduate certificate from the Economic Development Institute of the University of Oklahoma.
Historic City News local reporters will be on hand Monday when the first Frontier Airlines flight from Washington Dulles International Airport arrives at the Northeast Florida Regional Airport in St Augustine.
In a Sunday morning e-mail from Historic City News reader Kathy Schirmacher, the local news desk received unconfirmed bad news for North City residents that the building department of the City of St Augustine has issued a permit allowing the construction of a controversial 7-Eleven convenience store and gas station at 179 San Marco Avenue.
Historic City News editor, Michael Gold, met with Don McCormick, Director of Business Development for Humphrey Realty this afternoon; the entity managing the development of the Doubletree by Hilton on San Marco Avenue at Old Mission Avenue, and the new owners of the long vacant land to be developed into the San Sebastian Inland Harbor.
Historic City News has learned that real estate owned through foreclosure by a Wells Fargo Bank affiliate has been sold to a central Florida family involved in a number of property investment projects throughout Florida for a reported $4.75 million.
A joint press conference with the Mayor of Jacksonville, Alvin Brown, and a spokesman for AT&T, is planned for tomorrow, Tuesday August 19, at 10:00 a.m. in Jacksonville City Hall, announcing that AT&T will be bringing its faster broadband fiber network to Jacksonville, making it one of 25 cities in the country to get the […]
Historic City News was informed that a 54-year-old St Johns area resident was arrested Saturday morning after investigators obtained sufficient evidence to obtain a warrant charging that he was publicly masturbating in front of three pre-teenaged girls.
Nancy Shaver, like so many other Lincolnville residents, was delighted when the community pool at the Willie Galimore Center was reopened. In 2010, after being closed for more than a year, and, despite an Interlocal agreement with the Parks and Recreation Department of St Johns County to maintain the public facilities, Assistant County Administrator Jerry […]
State regulators today approved a program that will allow Florida Power & Light customers to voluntarily chip in $9 a month to help pay for solar-energy projects — despite opposition from two groups that work to expand the use of solar power.
Earlier today, seven farms in St Johns, Flagler and Putnam Counties were awarded a share of $639,220 in state funds to implement projects that will contribute to improving the health of the St. Johns River; according to information received by Historic City News from the Water Management District’s governing board.
Trillium Capital Resources announced to Historic City News business reporters today that they are expanding their commitment and investment in northeast Florida.
Bloomberg reported this morning that publicly traded media giant, GANNETT, the owner of USA Today, said it will split into two publicly traded companies; one focused on broadcasting and digital businesses — the other on publishing.