St. Augustine’s Opus 39 Restaurant & Food Gallery Chef Michael McMillan announced to Historic City News that he has completed his first cookbook titled “True to Flavor”.
Historic City News received an update from Community Affairs Officer Barbara Clifford of the St. Augustine Police Department that an arrest was made last night in the drive-by shooting that occurred in the 30th block […]
Karla Gore, spokesperson for the Southeast Regional Office of the National Marine Fisheries Service, has announced to Historic City News that effective January 4, 2010, all recreational and commercial harvest of red snapper in Atlantic […]
This is a quick review of selected local news stories covered in Historic City News during the past 12 months.
2010 Event Chairwoman Verna Brown invited Historic City News readers to make plans now for a “family friendly” early New Year’s Eve, Thursday December 31st!
Community Affairs Officer Barbara Clifford of the St. Augustine Police Department reported to Historic City News that on Tuesday, a man reported that he was assaulted while in the Targert parking lot.
Historic City News received a report from Community Affairs Officer Barbara Clifford of the St. Augustine Police Department that a patron at Nobby’s Tavern, located at 10 Anastasia Boulevard, became the victim of an aggravated […]
Historic City News has learned that an 11 year-old girl was walking into the Little Champ parking lot at 118 King Street when she was approach by a homeless man — asking for sex.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation released to Historic City News today a list of orders of administrative enforcement actions taken against banks and individuals in November.
Community Affairs Officer Barbara Clifford of the St. Augustine Police Department reported to Historic City News that an investigation is ongoing into a shooting that occurred yesterday afternoon.
St. Augustine Genealogical Society reminds Historic City News readers that their membership dues for the New Year are due and payable this Friday, January 1st.
Historic City News has learned that less than 24 hours after resigning, Florida Coach Urban Meyer has changed his mind.
From the records of Cheryl Strickland St. Johns County Clerk of Court
They gather monthly in a conference room at the County Health Center, reviewing progress made and searching for better ways to lower the hurdles faced by ex-offenders leaving jail.
Maria Sanchez Lake overflowed at Cordova and St. Francis streets late last week from a combination of a full moon, northeast winds, rain and high tide.