St Augustine Fire Chief Mike Arnold, the city’s emergency preparedness official, reported to Historic City News that as Hurricane Sandy continues to move north out of the Caribbean, the city is engaged in standard storm […]
St Johns County Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes reminds Historic City News readers that this Saturday morning, October 27, at 7:00 a.m., the doors will open for in-person voting of ballots in the Presidential General […]
Detective David Garns has asked Historic City News readers for help identifying a man that attempted to commit robbery at the Kangaroo convenience store located in the 400 block of SR-16 early this morning.
St Johns County Sheriff David Shoar told local Historic City News reporters today that deputies cleared 106 felony warrants along with 68 misdemeanor warrants during the week-long Operation Felon Sweep which concluded on Monday.
On the third Saturday of each month, volunteer members of the Tolomato Cemetery Preservation Association, open the grounds to visitors; and, last week, Historic City News learned that over 400 visitors came through the gates […]
Letter: Dear 7-Eleven George Gardner St Augustine, FL Dear Editor: Residents – and motorists – continue a battle opposing plans for a 7-Eleven store and gas station at the already congested May Street-San Marco Avenue […]
The St Augustine Visitors and Convention Bureau informed local St Johns County entertainment reporters at Historic City News that October is the perfect time to get outside and enjoy all of the entertainment the area […]
St Johns County Education Foundation has announced to Historic City News in St Augustine that Arts Alive will present a special program that may help local students become interested in sixty-eight of Picasso’s rarely seen […]
Historic City News received a call from Harlan Mason, Chairman of the St Johns County Republican Executive Committee, to invite our readers to attend a special morning event with Ann Romney tomorrow at the Renaissance […]
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Nobel Grand Gary Howell, recently presented a donation on behalf of Palmetto Lodge No 25, to The Gideons International; an early American organization dedicated to Christian evangelism.
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Historic City News local reporters were informed this afternoon that St Augustine police responded to the Sunoco station located at 2199 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard at about 1:40 p.m. after receiving a call from […]
Three weeks ago, some retailers began Christmas advertising — Wal-Mart had Christmas trees setup with lights, and “holiday sales” started showing up on counters at gift merchants around St Johns County.
Former Commander William Korach, USNR, and Chairman of St Johns County Veterans for Romney, has invited all Historic City News readers to attend Monday, October 29 when three local decorated combat veterans will be honored, […]
One need go no further than last night’s meeting of the St Augustine City Commission to see the epic failure and misuse of a parliamentary procedure designed to formalize and move along administrative matters of […]