Already facing opposition from another local elected official, St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver made official her intention to seek a third term to the city’s highest elected office on Friday.
Please note that one or more members of the St. Augustine City Commission or its appointed boards or committees may attend these meetings and participate, however they may not engage in discussion or debate amongst […]
St. Johns County Commissioner Jimmy Johns has withdrawn as a candidate for Congressional District 6 according to a report from his office received by Historic City News today.
Although we still have not received the records from St Johns County Sheriff David Shoar concerning his “retired-then-rehired” public information officer, and long-time family member, Charles Edgar Mulligan, Historic City News has learned more about […]
We want all Historic City News readers to know that April is National Social Security Month, dedicated to educating you about Social Security programs and services. This is the month that the US Social Security […]
St Augustine City Commissioner Roxanne Horvath admitted to the audience during the Monday night commission meeting that she did not know what took place in the negotiations that allowed St Paul AME Church to take […]
Deemed one of the “top ten” most threatened places in St Augustine last year by the citizens’ action group, “Citizens for the Preservation of St. Augustine, Inc.”, Ronald Rawls Jr has come to the City […]
With a much overdue sigh of relief, downtown residents and shopkeepers in the city’s historic preservation district, enjoyed the first day since the adoption of Ordinance 2018-06, the City of St. Augustine’s new restrictions on panhandling […]
Feeling frustration from what he’s called a “lack of accountability” in the management of the City of St Augustine, one-term commissioner Todd Neville is quoted in this morning’s St Augustine Record saying, “the city needs […]
When Carlotta Miles-Theodore quit the claim of Echo House, Inc., to the Lincolnville property left by her late mother Rosalee Gordon-Mills, she as president and Dorothy Israel as secretary, struggling to pay almost $3,500 in […]