This week Historic City News received a number of documents supporting the allegation that Deputy Sheriff Jeremy Banks murdered Michelle O’Connell at the home they shared in 2010.
It is “Sunshine Week 2017” in Florida, when Historic City News reporters and journalists across the state celebrate the public’s right to know what our government, appointed staff, and elected officials are up to.
During the Medical Examiners Commission Meeting at the Buena Vista Suites on February 24, 2017, Historic City News learned that two District 23 medical examiners would be recommended for suspension or probation for their actions […]
Linda Bolante, the wife of the former St Johns County Undersheriff, and former finance director of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office under Sheriff Jim Manfre, settled her case against Flagler County for $200,000 during a […]
On Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 1:30 p.m. until 4:00 p.m., PleinAir artists from around the nation will converge on St. Augustine in protest of St. Augustine’s Anti-Artist Laws, and Historic City News local reporters […]
Mayor Nancy Shaver provided Historic City News with a compilation of the most commonly asked questions she has received regarding the decision to limit access through the Nelmar Terrace neighborhood, including her responses that were […]
The City of St Augustine, who, after spending hundreds-of-thousands of dollars of public money on transportation studies and consultants, professes to have the answers on mobility — selling north city “satellite parking” with complimentary shuttle […]
The following is a list of bills the Florida First Amendment Foundation and Historic City News will be tracking throughout the 2017 Legislative Session. These bills have open government and First Amendment implications that could […]
The National Association of County Collectors, Treasurers and Finance Officers informed local Historic City News reporters that St. Johns County Tax Collector Dennis W. Hollingsworth, CFC, recently completed continuing education courses in policy and management.
Historic City News was notified by House Committee on Homeland Security Chairman, Michael McCaul, that Congressman John Rutherford has been appointed to the newly-created “Task Force on Denying Terrorists Entry into the United States”.