Two weeks after commissioners discussed filling in “the skateboard bowl”, Historic City News learned that the city’s efforts to address noise complaints have resulted in improvements.
In order to protect and preserve the quality and historic and cultural ambiance of the historical sections of the downtown area, the City of St. Augustine reported to Historic City News the recent passage of […]
There is no Internet service for our readers to keep up-to-date with Historic City News on Easter Island — a Polynesian island found in the south east Pacific Ocean.
Commander Barry Fox with the St. Augustine Police Department reported to Historic City News that this morning at approximately 1:45 a.m., officers responded to the report of a traffic accident at M. L. King Ave. […]
As summer comes to a close and fall weather approaches, St. Francis House, St. Augustine’s only homeless shelter, is celebrating their 25th year of service for the homeless and needy in St. Johns County in […]
Troy Blevins, President of the St. Augustine Society, Inc., wants to remind Historic City News readers about the Community Harvest event that is being held throughout September, 2009.
Ali Fulcher reported to Historic City News that an Arts and Crafts Gala and Silent Auction to benefit the St. Francis House Relocation Fund will be held on Saturday, October 17th.
Coordinator Bryan Wilson reported to Historic City News that The Animal Rights Foundation of Florida will participate in a discussion of horse-drawn carriages at tonight’s St. Augustine City Commission meeting.
Nepal, Paris, Rio de Janeiro, Prague, London, Milan and Tokyo. Sadly enough, in these trying economic times excursions to international destinations like these happen only in dreams for most of us.
City Commissioner Nancy Sikes-Kline reported to Historic City News that more than 100 resolutions and letters have been adopted by public and private organizations in support of the proposed east coast Amtrak FDOT passenger rail […]