The US Defense Department told Historic City News reporters that the Naval Air Systems Command has awarded a $781.5 million modification to a previously awarded defense contract to Northrop Grumman — the company says nearly […]
Historic City News caught up with District 3 candidate for the St Johns County Board of Commissioners, Bill McClure yesterday as he stopped to cast his ballot in the Republican Presidential Preference Primary election.
Terri Newmans, with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s Fort Mose Historic State Park, invited Historic City News readers in St Augustine to join in a celebration during its annual living history event, Flight to […]
Flagler College in St Augustine reported to Historic City News that Estefania Mones was one of 10 college students selected to join the Liberty Mutual Responsible Scholars Community Project team in Los Angeles earlier this […]
Historic City News has learned from the office of United States Attorney Robert E. O’Neill, that 67 year-old Lydia Cladek who at one time lived in an oceanfront mansion at 189 Sea Colony Parkway in […]
Marine Rescue Lieutenant Jeremy Robshaw, reminded Historic City News that St Johns County Fire Rescue will hold its annual lifeguard tryouts for the 2012 beach season this weekend.
Tuesday, Florida Representative Matt Hudson, Chairman of the Health Care Appropriations Subcommittee, recommended cutting the job of Gerald R. Briggs from the 2012-13 House version of the budget.
In addition to a grand prize including a beautiful crystal trophy and recognition during several events throughout St Johns County during 2012, three talented contestants will receive cash prizes in the upcoming local amateur event, […]
Branding, the marketing term used to describe placement of an iconic logo or symbol, unmistakably tied to your program, in front of potential consumers, was the latest topic in the 450th Commemoration saga offered for […]
During the month of February, the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument invites Historic City News readers in St Augustine to celebrate Black History Month with them as they present a new Civil Rights exhibit.
After neighbors in Nelmar Terrace and Fullerwood Park descended on city commissioners during their Monday night meeting, accusing the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind of being heavy handed in working towards a […]
All public and private properties within the city limits of St Augustine have required evaluation by a trained and professional archaeologist since 1986; however, that effort was reinforced last night when city commissioners passed a […]
During the regular business meeting of the St Augustine City Commission last night, more than 50 current and former residents of the city appeared before the five-member board to express, in no uncertain terms, their […]
Former St Augustine City Commissioner William J Lennon appeared before the current board last night to receive recognition for his role in establishing the highly successful Nights of Lights celebration.
Historic City News reporters listened last night as community activist Melinda Rakoncay addressed the City Commission, members of the audience and residents with an impassioned plea to fight against building practices by the Florida School […]