Through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, St Johns County’s agricultural landowners may receive financial and technical assistance to improve soil, water, air, plants, animals and related resources. Eligible land includes cropland, rangeland, pastureland, private non-industrial […]
As Florida’s Historic Coast cleans up after Hurricane Irma, many of our local St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra and Beaches businesses have re-opened. While we know there are many more properties open than these, here is […]
Business owners began removing plywood from their storefronts on Wednesday, many anxious to see how well the interiors survived the high winds and flooding visited on St Augustine by Hurricane Irma this week.
Historic City News was informed today that whether your agency is a customer of AVAYA, or not — Avaya is offering complimentary technology support, including additional licenses and telecommunications assistance, as Florida prepares for the arrival […]
Whether on a mobile phone or tablet, you can count on Historic City News to be available when you want to check local updates from police, fire and emergency medical personnel throughout the coming storm.
Historic City News readers are reminded that since the entire state of Florida is under a declared “state of emergency”, Florida’s price gouging law automatically applies statewide.
At 2:00 p.m. on Thursday August 31st, Historic City News was invited to attend a demonstration of newly installed state-of-the-art technology at Northeast Florida Regional Airport that is designed to keep commercial air travel safe.
The St. Augustine Beach Art Studio and gallery, located on A1A just south of the St. Johns County Pier, informed local Historic City News reporters that they are excited to welcome Dara Dodson as their […]
On last Monday, August 21st, Historic City News reported that the Board of Directors of the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches Visitors & Convention Bureau had terminated their relationship with their president and […]