Guest: The trend of commercial interests consuming residential LEE GEANULEAS St Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News readers: What to do with the former Dow Museum of Historic Houses? This relatively straight forward question has generated a fair amount of passion, raised a bumper crop of yard signs and caused Continue Reading →
Peter Romano, who turned 68-years-old in March, fell victim to a heart attack on Thursday, passed away Saturday according to a report received by Historic City News this evening.
Detectives with the Financial Crimes unit of the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office told Historic City News reporters that they have concluded the first step in a lengthy investigation that began in April of 2014, when they announced the arrest of 38-year-old Robert Scott Allen on Thursday.
City officials informed local Historic City News reporters today that a long standing tradition of birthday cake, official proclamations, bluegrass and rock-n-roll music, as well as a step back in time, are planned for Labor Day, Monday, September 7th, as we celebrate the city’s 450th birthday.
Florida Governor Rick Scott has received the report of Jeffrey Ashton, State Attorney for the 9th Judicial Circuit, regarding the investigation into the death of Michelle O’Connell, and Historic City News has received a copy.
Historic City News has learned that 66-year-old Lloyd Keith Mitchell of Elkton was sentenced today by Judge Michael Traynor on charges that he attempted to obtain a Florida driver’s license while pretending to be a decorated Navy veteran and perjury. Mitchell pled no contest.