Two months and $75,000 later, St Augustine’s visioning zombies are still meeting to form goals and prepare for a town hall meeting to be held August 18th. No word yet on a time for that town hall meeting, but the committee steering the runaway train Monday, August 4th, have decided to convene in the middle […]
Digital Journalism takes a big step forward By David Sheets Special to Historic City News From typewriters to Twitter, Historic City News readers know that technology has shaped and reshaped journalism — only now, the technology is coming faster than we can master it. In the span of a lifetime, hot type gave way to […]
Flagler College has announced several changes to Historic City News recently, including promotions at the Proctor Library including the promotion of Brian Nesselrode to director of library services.
Tom Iacuzio informed local Historic City News reporters that Jill Miller has been selected as the Director of the First Year Experience and Co-Curricular Programs at Flagler College.
The consequences of a 2012 ruling in Leon County Circuit Court, holding un-constitutional a congressional map approved by lawmakers that year, are now clear. Judge Terry Lewis on Friday ordered the Legislature to submit a revised map.
On Monday, August 4, Historic City News readers are invited to attend a free Candidate Forum, hosted by tourism industry businesses in St Johns County. When you register, you will have the opportunity to submit a question of interest to you.