Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation public information officer Debbie Delgado that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being conducted. Be alert to lane closures and temporary detours, as well as increased congestion in these areas. FDOT employees and contractors […]
St Johns County Commissioner for District 3, Paul Waldron, reminds Historic City News readers that sea turtle nesting season is only a month away. Residents and visitors have a special opportunity and responsibility to protect these magnificent creatures and their vulnerable nesting sites as they return each season to nest along the beaches.
The Florida Bar reported to Historic City News that with the help of a new free mobile app, tech-savvy teens and college students can get better prepared for real-life experiences.
Tobacco Free St Johns informed local Historic City News reporters today that college attendance and tobacco free campus policies nationally could be a turning point in choosing not to use tobacco.
The Kiwanis Club of Historic St Augustine recently honored the memory of a long-time member during the presentation of its first ever Richard Welty scholarship award.
Wil Smith invited all Historic City News readers to bring their young family members, eight-years-old and younger, to one of multiple St Johns County park locations either Thursday, April 13th or Saturday, April 15th for an old fashioned Easter Egg hunt.
You are patriotically invited to attend the general meeting and program of the Saint Augustine Tea Party on Tuesday evening, March 28, held at the Village Inn located at 900 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St. Augustine beginning at 6:30 p.m. when the special guest will be Jake MacAulay, Chief Operating Officer of the […]
Emily Jane Murray, spokesperson for the Florida Public Archaeology Network, reminds Historic City News readers that as Florida Archaeology Month 2017 draws to a close, there are still some area events you may want to enjoy.
On December 1, 2015, the City of St Augustine created a new position, hiring 46-year-old Melissa Wissel as our first “Public Information Coordinator” at an annual salary of $40,807.31 plus benefits. She lives in North Davis Shores with her husband Jeffrey.
The Expo, a fundraiser for EPIC Behavioral Healthcare, brings in a wide variety of growers, nurseries and garden-related artisans – in short, everything to make your garden grow.