Historic City News invites New Year’s Eve revelers looking for an innovative way to greet 2010 to find fun, laughs and memorable excursions in St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & the Beaches.
AirTran Airways advised Historic City News that due to a winter weather system affecting the East Coast on yesterday and today, some flight operations may be delayed or cancelled.
“If a citizen was writing to Kopelousos and put “pancakes” in the subject and the Transportation Secretary didn’t know who it was, she wouldn’t open it,” First Amendment Foundation president Barbara Petersen explaining why she […]
Betty Griffin House advocates reported to Historic City News that they had no idea their paper house ornaments would impact three women with a memory to last a lifetime.
Betty Griffin House’s staff members reported to Historic City News that they were pleasantly surprised as a van full of Florida School of the Deaf and Blind students arrived at their door with gifts in […]
Letter to the Editor: It’s A Family Matter Dr. Nancy Davis-Aycock Dear Editor:
With more than 30 woman and children in their shelter each day, St. Augustine’s Betty Griffin House has asked Historic City News to announce that large quantities of food, cleaning supplies and paper products are […]
The Christmas and New Years schedules for various St. Johns County facilities are listed below:
St. Johns River Community College reported to Historic City News that they recently held a pinning ceremony to recognize the graduating students in the Associate of Science in Nursing program.
In an announcement received by Historic City News, we learned that Florida is expected to have the highest mortgage delinquency rate in the nation by the end of next year, at 16.86 percent — according […]
In the public corruption case of the United States of America vs Thomas George Manuel, defense attorney William Sheppard believes the FBI has undisclosed information that it is hiding from the defense.
St. Augustine Police Officer Jessica Pedonti responded to the report of a home burglary in the 115th block of North Whitney Street that occurred sometime between Monday evening and Tuesday morning, according to a report […]
St. Johns River Community College reported to Historic City News that they recently recognized 26 students for completing the Educator Preparation Institute’s teacher certification program.
St. Johns River Community College reported to Historic City News that, as part of the visiting artist series, Florida School of the Arts will present a gallery exhibition for Pennsylvania artist Mitch Lyons.
St. Johns River Community College employee and Project Praise site coordinator Britt Williams reported to Historic City News that college employees were able to help make Christmas a little brighter for 59 children with donations […]