The St. Augustine Archaeological Association will commemorate Florida Archeology Month by presenting three local archaeologists speaking about recent projects in St. Johns County according to an announcement received by Historic City News today.
Historic City News has been informed that Sheriff Charles W. Morris has been removed from office by executive order of the Governor today following the issuance of an arrest warrant by the US District Court […]
In a report to Historic City News from Communications Director Jay Humphreys with the St. Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau, we discovered many new weekend activities including the Keeper’s Roast & Grog Fest at the […]
Sacha Martin reported to Historic City News today that there will be a countywide marine auction Saturday, March 7th beginning at noon at the St. Augustine Yacht Club located at the lighthouse park.
Please call ahead, as changing weather conditions may affect some events.
Programming Coordinator Joy D’Elia reported to Historic City News today that the St. Johns Cultural Council has elected two new officers.
Kevin Kelshaw reported to Historic City News this afternoon that a 43-year old St. Johns County man was arrested on several charges following the execution of a search warrant at his home early Wednesday evening.
Historic City News has learned that the Limelight Theater will hold two Saturday clinics in March with instructors Sean Sacco and Jenniffer Dournaux.
Funded in part by a grant from the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council, Historic City News has learned that The “Sack of St. Augustine: Captain Robert Searle’s Raid of 1668” will be re-created; providing […]
Governor Charlie Crist today marked the official opening of a new educational exhibit at The Florida Aquarium entitled Seagrass, a joint venture between the aquarium and The Ocean Foundation.