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Voter registration closes for August 26th Primary Election

July 22, 2014 | By More
Voter registration closes for August 26th Primary Election

Voter registration books will close on Monday, July 28th for the upcoming August 26th Primary Election. This is the last day for Historic City News readers to register to vote or change your party affiliation in St Johns County before the Primary Election.

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WFOY: Can you hear me, now?

July 21, 2014 | By More
WFOY: Can you hear me, now?

Historic City News broadcast news partner, Newstalk WFOY, has received a full-power upgrade from the Federal Communications Commission and has amped up its FM signal locally, from the 148 watts previously allowed, to 250 watts — a signal so much stronger that Station Manager, Matt Kraycinovich, explained that the station to adjust its frequency, slightly.

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Letter: Questions The Record’s legal advice

July 21, 2014 | By More
Letter: Questions The Record’s legal advice

Letter: Questions The Record’s legal advice Bob Hamby Palm Coast, FL Dear Editor: I have written to The St Augustine Record publisher, Delinda Fogel, editor Kathy Nelson, and opinions editor Jim Sutton because they are quoting Florida law — without giving the statute. It appears to unfairly diminish the value of the other Republican candidate […]

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Underground repairs close SR-16 and CR-16A to through traffic

July 21, 2014 | By More
Underground repairs close SR-16 and CR-16A to through traffic

St Johns County is responding to a water main break that has diverted all SR-16 traffic in the area of Lewis Speedway, while St Johns County Engineering Department spokesperson, Jessica Hamburg, tells local Historic City News reporters that the 6700 block of CR-16A closed today, and will remain closed for repairs through August.

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Letter: The genie’s out of the bottle

July 21, 2014 | By More
Letter: The genie’s out of the bottle

Letter: The genie’s out of the bottle John Valdes St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: The genie is out of the bottle and looking for a parking space. We’ve been discovered, we can’t put the cork back in the bottle — and we shouldn’t try.

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The St Augustine Beach Civic Association Report

July 17, 2014 | By More
The St Augustine Beach Civic Association Report

This summer’s evening thunderstorms have presented a few challenges but so far the Music by the Sea Concert series has been blessed. No cancelations so far and we are so grateful to the hard core dedicated patrons that have come out no matter what the forecast to enjoy what has been a very enjoyable summer […]

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