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Bicyclist killed in morning hit-and-run collision

November 23, 2014 | By More
Bicyclist killed in morning hit-and-run collision

Detectives and traffic homicide investigators are currently investigating a hit-and-run traffic fatality involving a bicyclist in the area of Hilltop Road, according to a report received by Historic City News today.

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Chavez convicted on weapons charges

November 23, 2014 | By More
Chavez convicted on weapons charges

Chavez convicted on weapons charges Mother’s homicide still unsolved Special to Historic City News Historic City News was informed when the Elkton woman, who was a person of interest in the investigation of her mother’s disappearance and homicide, was convicted Thursday by a St. Johns County jury on charges of possession of a firearm by […]

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Conflicts continue on “insider” citizen boards

November 23, 2014 | By More
Conflicts continue on “insider” citizen boards

After recusing himself from a conflict on the Historic Architectural Review Board Thursday, Jeremy Marquis presented plans for his former board chairman, Claude L. Weeks, Jr. and his wife, Kristina G. Weeks, to rebuild on the site of the demolished Don Pedro Fornells House, at 62 Spanish Street.

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South Florida man killed in overnight hit-and-run

November 22, 2014 | By More
South Florida man killed in overnight hit-and-run

FHP Sergeant Bryan Dylan reported to Historic City News that police are looking for the driver that struck and killed a pedestrian standing near their disabled vehicle on I-95 this morning.

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Is Record newspaper covering for liar? or, murderer?

November 21, 2014 | By More
Is Record newspaper covering for liar?  or, murderer?

In September, St Augustine Record editor Kathy Nelson, was said to have called Historic City News reader, Clara Waldhari. According to the reader, Nelson threatened to “ban” Waldhari from commenting on future newspaper articles unless she agreed to never again use the words “Jeremy Banks” or “sick dog” or “murderer” in reference to Jeremy Banks.

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