As our editor and publisher take up residence on St George Street for the 450th Commemoration, Historic City News readers will notice one profound presence as the walk the city streets — music. From about 3:00 p.m. this afternoon and continuing into tonight, stages from the Bridge of Lions to Continue Reading →
Historic City News has verified that all departments of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, St. Johns County Administrative offices, Library branches, and the Pet Center will be closed Monday, September 7 in observance of Labor Day.
Joseph C. Cearley, Special Projects Manager for the St. Johns County Growth Management Department, has forwarded to Historic City News for publication a copy of a draft ordinance that, if approved by the Board of County Commissioners, will amend the current land development code.
With the demand for off-beach parking expected to exceed capacity during the holiday weekend, St. Johns County is offering Historic City News readers a free shuttle service to Mickler’s Beachfront Park and St. Johns County Ocean and Fishing Pier from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., September 5 through September 7, Continue Reading →
The St. Johns County School District has invited Historic City News readers to its annual College and Career Night on Wednesday, September 9 from 6-7:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at Pedro Menendez High School located at 600 State Road 206 West, St. Augustine.
Historic City News says move over Jamestown, this weekend it is St Augustine, Florida who celebrates our claim to be the oldest, continuously occupied settlement of European origin in what is now the United States.
For nearly half an hour before their luncheon at St Augustine’s Columbia Restaurant today, Florida Governor Rick Scott had some one-on-one time with Mayor Nancy Shaver after the September cabinet meeting came to a close at The Treasury.