Twenty-five years ago, seven astronauts died aboard space shuttle Challenger when it exploded shortly after liftoff.
Jeremy Robshaw, Public Information Officer with St. Johns County Fire Rescue, informed Historic City News local reporters that after consideration of current fire conditions county officials have decided to lift the burn ban for St. […]
St. Johns County Traffic Homicide Investigator Joseph McGinnis reported to Historic City News that the Sheriff’s Traffic Unit responded to the scene of a fatal traffic collision at 6:14 p.m. this evening.
The St. Augustine Regional Council reported to Historic City News that they held their first meeting of the year on Wednesday January 19th, at Amici’s Italian Restaurant located on SR-312 and A1A in St. Augustine.
The St. Johns County Health and Human Services Advisory Council is asking local Historic City News readers to help them assess the health and human service needs in our community.
Off to the Rodeo Florida today is a major rodeo state By Geoff Dobson
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Mary K. Herron, Director of Development at the Florida Agricultural Museum, reported to Historic City News that Derek Hankerson, a local historian and educator, will be discussing the role of black soldiers during the Civil […]
Northeast Florida Regional Airport at St. Augustine announced to Historic City News that local residents and airport users can expect increased flight activity, from now through the end of April, as “aerobatic pilots” prepare for […]
Historic City News continues to review the seven page contract between the City of St. Augustine, signed by Mayor Joe Boles, and First America Foundation, Inc., the private foundation on which Boles is a Board […]