Florida is, without question, the term limits state. Our voters have limited the terms of our governor, attorney general, state legislators, and many other elected office holders.
All departments of the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners, St Johns County Administrative offices, and the Pet Center will be closed Thursday, November 23rd and Friday, November 24th in observance of the Thanksgiving […]
As the Nation’s Oldest City, St. Augustine has a long standing and deep commitment to the accurate telling of the city’s history.
Governor Rick Scott today announced to local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Department of Transportation will receive a historic $10.8 billion in the recommended FY 2018-2019 “Securing Florida’s Future” budget to keep Florida’s […]
During the St. Augustine City Commission meeting on Monday evening, November 13th, City Manager John Regan will lead a discussion on the topic of homelessness and panhandling.
Historic City News has confirmed reports that Scott O’Connell will not be prosecuted after he was arrested and charged by St Johns County Sheriff David B. Shoar for the crime of domestic violence battery; a […]
The polls in Hastings opened at 7:00 a.m. this morning for what would become the final town election, according to St Johns County Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes.
The City of St. Augustine Beach is seeking applications from residents to fill a vacancy on the City Commission from December 4, 2017, to December 31, 2018.
Citing increasing demands on his schedule and his expectation that the trend in management of the St Augustine Beach City Commission’s agenda will continue to grow, Commissioner Gary Snodgrass offered his resignation shortly after 6:00 […]
The county’s legislative priorities, adopted Tuesday October 17, were presented to the Legislative Delegation on Friday, October 20th. Historic City News readers can review the 87-page St Johns County 2018 Legislative Action Plan on the […]