After an exhaustive effort by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, a “job well done” was recognized when a federal jury in Jacksonville found Lydia Cladek of St Augustine Beach “guilty” of conspiracy to […]
Local attorney, Patrick Canan, announced to Historic City News that he will run for St Johns County School Board District 5; which includes parts of St Augustine Beach, the City of St Augustine, Vilano Beach […]
Members of the St Augustine Jewish Historical Society celebrated the eighth annual Florida Jewish History Month with a traditional Havdallah service in the southwest park at the foot of the Bridge of Lions on Saturday […]
Members of the Board of Governors of the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind convened in emergency session Friday; four of the seven-member Board, none of whom resides in St Augustine, attended the meeting […]
An emotionally charged meeting of the Board of Governors of the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind was attended by Historic City News Editor Michael Gold on Friday morning; along with staff and elected […]
St Augustine pollster and former Republican State Committeeman from St Johns County, Jon Woodard, reported to Historic City News the results of his recent Dixie Strategies – First Coast News poll showing that if Tuesday’s […]
Historic City News has learned additional details from St Augustine Police Department sources in yesterday’s arrest of 43 year-old Miguel Angel Gonell who remains in custody this afternoon in lieu of $100,000 bond.
Just after midnight this morning, St Augustine Police Officers booked Miguel Angel Gonell into the St Johns County Detention Facility — where he remains in custody in lieu of $100,000 bond.
The last day to vote early in the Presidential Preference Republican Primary Election is Saturday, January 28th from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at any one of six early voting locations within St. Johns County, […]