Historic City News reporters learned that six senior high school students are teaching their middle school peers about how laws are made, how to research, and how to prepare bills on issues, chosen by them, that affect Florida residents.
At their regular meeting Monday night, April 13th, members of the Republican Club of Greater St Augustine announced to Historic City News the selection of three winners from their Scholarship Essay contest held in February.
The St. Johns County Pet Center has informed Historic City News will be closed April 17-18 to participate in the Mega Adoption Event at the Jacksonville Fairgrounds. St Johns County residents may claim a lost pet at the Pet Center Continue Reading →
Historic City News has learned that during the International Public Works Congress and Exposition being held in Phoenix August 30 – September 2, the City of St. Augustine’s Avenida Menendez Seawall Project will be recognized as “Project of the Year” Continue Reading →
Historic City News has learned that St Johns County District 2 Commissioner, Jeb Smith, will be the special guest speaker when the St Augustine Tea Party holds their April General Meeting.
Florida Weekend Recap – April 11 A recap of this week’s best political and policy happenings; Historic City News brings you what you missed this week in Florida policy and politics. Week in Review for April 6-10, 2015