Guest Column: Thankful at Thanksgiving Ed Slavin St Augustine, FL Thankful at Thanksgiving, we look back into the past. 450 years ago, in 1565, St. Augustine’s diverse, polyglot Spanish colonial residents had already enjoyed America’s first Thanksgiving; feted by the Timucuan residents of Seloy village long before Plymouth was founded. As University of Florida’s Dr. Michael Gannon writes, “St. Augustine Continue Reading →
Editorial: Commissioner’s pettiness makes them “laughing stock” Michael Gold, Editor HISTORIC CITY NEWS Whoever knows what politicians will do, or why? As political parties caucus to determine who their candidates will be during next year’s presidential election, we are all witness to the unpredictable behavior during what I call, “the silly season”.
LETTER: Tired of double standard in city board appointments MELINDA RAKONCAY St Augustine, FL Dear editor: I have been asked by many why I did not reapply for the HARB position you will be voting to fill tonight after I was overlooked in June. Simply put, the continued double standard applied by this City to the seven applications being considered Continue Reading →