The top contenders for the position of Chief of Police have spent the last two nights politicking the community at a reception Monday night and then responding to 30-minute public interviews last night; tonight, the […]
Saturday evening, starting at 7:30 p.m., the British Nightwatch parade in downtown St Augustine will result in traffic delays and heavier than normal congestion along the parade route, according to an alert received by Historic […]
The Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve advises local Historic City News readers that tomorrow, weather permitting, 42-acres of the coastal strand and scrub between Guana Lake and South A1A will be part of a controlled […]
The City of St Augustine announced to Historic City News that on Saturday, the 58th Annual Christmas Parade will necessitate the closing of some streets and detours of traffic to accommodate reindeer and Christmas Elvis […]
Again this year, the St Augustine Yacht Club will play host to a dazzling parade of boats, when the captains and crews of many spectacular and colorfully decorated vessels compete for eighteen trophies along the […]
Historic City News readers are never short on opinions and they always welcome the opportunity to express them; now through December 14, you can vote for one of four proposed license plate designs under consideration […]
Last week while most Historic City News readers were with family and friends observing Thanksgiving, several incidents of gun violence were occurring in St Johns County according to reports received this morning.
Public Affairs Director Klare Ly, informed Historic City News that jury selection has begun in the felony sexual battery trial of former law enforcement officer, James Howard Scharfschwerdt.
Thirty-nine students at Pedro Menendez High School started their day yesterday with an unexpected shock when Florida Highway Patrol Trooper Neil Mariotti tells Historic City News that the school bus they were riding was struck […]
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