Historic City News learned that an off-duty deputy’s dogs alerted him to the presence of 54-year-old Virginia fugitive James Kent Booth after they were let outside in the back yard.
During today’s 2:00 p.m. update, Historic City News local reporters learned that St Johns County has its first CDC-confirmed case of Zika fever illness; bringing the Florida total reported cases to fourteen.
I-95 northbound lanes from CR-210 to Old St. Augustine Road are scheduled to close Monday through Thursday from midnight to 5:00 a.m.
Sheriff’s investigators informed Historic City News that two men in their late 20’s to mid-30’s helped themselves to four new flat panel television sets at Walmart Wednesday. Now, they are asking for your help in making an identification of the thieves.
St Augustine Fire Chief J. C. Costeira briefed Historic City News editor Michael Gold at the scene of an afternoon fire at Lewis Hall on the Flagler College Campus.
Historic City News was informed that a St. Johns County jury sentenced a 27-year-old Palm Coast man, Justin Adam Boyles, to two concurrent life sentences. Boyles was convicted of second degree murder and kidnapping on December 14, 2015.
Flagler County Sheriff’s Director James Troiano is asking for all Historic City News readers to be on the lookout and pay close attention to help locate an endangered 3-year-old Palm Coast child.
January 23, 1974, is a day that Historic City News editor Michael Gold is not likely to forget; in fact, anyone who lived in St Augustine at the time will probably tell you the same.