Financial Services Group Manager Meredith Breidenstein told Historic City News that if you planned to take advantage of the city’s holiday gift ParkNow card, you’re too late.
Adult Drug Court participants spent this Saturday Morning, December 19th, cleaning trash, debris, and overgrown shrubbery from the gravesites at the Woodlawn Cemetery, according to a report received by Historic City News.
SAPD Community Affairs Officer Barbara Clifford reported to Historic City News that “The Voice of Lincolnville”, Carrie Johnson, led the local community in the Lincolnville annual Community Christmas Caroling.
Each year the Historic City family of companies make charitable donations that we feel enhance the quality of life for St. Augustine’s residents and visitors. This year will be no different and we are pleased […]
Yesterday, at his home in Powdersville, SC, Historic City News has learned that former St. Augustine resident and retired St. Johns County Deputy Sheriff Guy Franklin Rexroad was found dead by his daughter, Kathy, when […]
The Mysterious Disappearance of D.P. Davis Part II of a series The Bloom comes off the Florida Boom By Geoff Dobson
Begin Business Date: 12/14/2009 End Business Date: 12/20/2009 From the records of DENNIS W. HOLLINGSWORTH
Historic City News received a report of a fire in the wee hours of this morning that burned a pink two-story house to the ground in the Lincolnville community.
St. Augustine Police reported to Historic City News that they have arrested 28 year-old Kristin Thomas and charged her with Shoplifting and Child Abuse.
Historic City News was contacted by Joseph Alan Mayhew, Republican candidate for the District 4 county commission seat, to announce the launch of his campaign website on December 15th.
Historic City News has been informed by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation that on Friday, they have entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with Hancock Bank, Gulfport, Mississippi, to assume all of the deposits […]
Historic City News receives records from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation of sanitation and safety inspections conducted by the Division of Hotels and Restaurants in St. Johns County public food service establishments.
From the records of the State of Florida, Department of State
From the records of Cheryl Strickland St. Johns County Clerk of Court
Historic City News reports the weekly final judgments recorded in St. Johns County; a growing number of which are judgments of foreclosure.