Letter: HCN gave all Republicans a fair shake Bob Smith St Augustine, FL Dear Editor, Well done Historic City News! Thanks for giving all the Republican candidates in this Senate race a fair shake! That is more than I can say for the other print media outlets, and in particular, The Record.
Cyndi Stevenson is a Florida native and more than thirty year resident of Northeast Florida. Tuesday she narrowly defeated St Augustine businessman, Mike Davis, and attorney Jack Capra in the Republican Special Primary Election. She faces opposition in the April Special General Election.
Travis Hutson has won election to Florida Senate District 6, which includes Flagler, Putnam, St. Johns Counties and part of Volusia County, in the Special Primary Election that was held Tuesday. He faces opposition in the General Election in April.
Paul Renner was raised on the First Coast and has always believed that Northeast Florida is an outstanding place to live and work. His parents exemplified servant leadership and instilled a love of community in him from a young age-his father as a pastor and his mother through her service as a public school teacher. […]
An updated global-positioning tool that shows your proximity to every public-beach access point in Florida, as well as information and locations for all of the 171 state parks and trails, is now available to Historic City News readers with an Android smartphone or iPhone.
Two five-story hotels, a proposed upgrade for the Quality Inn by owner Farid Ashdji to upgrade to a Hyatt Place, and, proposed new construction of the Ponce Hotel, Inc., by hotelier Kanti Patel, were rejected on first reading by the St Augustine City Commission tonight.
Historic City News has learned that the members of the St Augustine Tea Party will hold their January General Meeting tomorrow, January 27, 2015, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Village Inn located at 900 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St. Augustine.
Dr Michael Shirley, director of the GTM Research Reserve, informed local Historic City News reporters that the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve will host two volunteer orientation events at the Environmental Education Center next month.
Les Standiford’s Florida themed book, “Last Train to Paradise: Henry Flagler and the Spectacular Rise and Fall of the Railroad that Crossed an Ocean”, has been selected for the 10th Annual St Johns Reads program; and, Debra Rhodes Gibson promises Historic City News readers it is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Guest Column: Tuesday is a Very Important Day Vicky Oakes, Supervisor of Elections St Johns County, Florida Tuesday 1/27 is a very important day – Its Election Day! The Primary Election is open to all registered Republicans in the following 4 counties: St Johns, Flagler, Putnam and a part of Volusia County.