Gloria LeBlanc, St. Augustine Coffee Party Coordinator, invited Historic City News readers to attend a town hall meeting with former United States Senator, George McGovern.
Historic City News is cautioning our readers that tornadoes are extremely unpredictable weather events. Once active, they are erratic as to velocity and path — making them extremely dangerous.
This weekend, Historic City News welcomes the return of the 15th annual “A Taste of St. Augustine” which has grown to be the city’s premiere outdoor food festival.
Wayne Riggs, Ph.D., adviser and assistant professor of history at Flagler College, reported to Historic City News that Nicole Howlett has been awarded a fellowship into the Egyptology program at the Oriental Institute of the […]
Fort Mose Historic State Park guide Terri Newmans announced to local Historic City News reporters that the park will host an invasive exotic plant removal workday on Saturday, April 9, 2011, in honor of National […]
Florida Highway Patrol Lt. William “Bill” Leeper reported to Historic City News that a yet unidentified pedestrian is dead after being struck by a tractor-trailer truck on Interstate 95 in the area of mile marker […]
On February 13, 2010, Historic City News reported that Judith Seraphin and Ed Slavin tried to intervene in the confirmation of the St. Augustine Record publisher’s bankruptcy plan.
Republican Club of Greater St. Augustine President, Gary Bruce, announced to Historic City News that Assistant County Administrator Jerry Cameron will be the special guest speaker at the April club meeting.
Carlisle Interconnect Technologies reported to Historic City News local business reporters that that they will undergo a multi-million dollar expansion at the Saint Augustine facility that will lead to approximately 90 new jobs over the […]
Historic City News reporters were on hand as Assistant City Manager Tim Burchfield told city commissioners last night that St. Johns County has rejected a city offer to relinquish the West Augustine utility service area […]