Letter: Following the will of the minority A US Government employee Washington, DC Dear Editor: The last time I checked, we live in a REPUBLIC, where majority rule swings the vote and sets the course of the NATION.
Judge Raul Zambrano will likely pass sentence on Quentin Truehill after a hearing scheduled for March 27th, when attorneys can present additional evidence; however, earlier today, the jury’s recommendation is that Truehill should die for his role in Vincent Binder’s death.
The City of St. Augustine’s contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act and the 2014 Commemoration is the Journey: 450 Years of the African-American Experience exhibition and citywide Journey Passport program, according to Dana Ste. Claire, Executive Director of the St. Augustine 450th Commemoration Department.
Assistant United States Attorney Shawn P. Napier recommends that if Historic City News readers are going to harass an endangered species of Florida wildlife, not to be stupid enough to post a video of yourself committing the crime on your facebook; unless you are ready to appear in Federal Court.
Each evening at 74 Bridge Street, located in a lot near the corner of Washington Street, the Dining with Dignity initiative, with assistance from Home Again St. Johns, undertakes to offer a meal to those who would otherwise go hungry. In the past year, more than 34,000 meals were served, and Home Again St Johns […]