Returning State Representative, Ronald “Doc” Renuart, announced to Historic City News that the St Johns County Legislative Delegation will hold its organizational meeting and general legislative public hearing on Monday, December 17, 2012 at 4:00 […]
Detectives with the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office Robbery/Homicide Section are continuing to investigate a fatal stabbing that occurred last night.
Republican readers of Historic City News are invited to attend the annual Christmas party presented by the Republican Club of Greater St Augustine, held this year at the St Augustine Shrine Club located at 250 […]
Historic City News reader, Felicia Regan, attended this weekend’s installation ceremony held in honor of Christian Schroom; when a “ghost bike” was dedicated to his memory to commemorate his tragic death on Anastasia Boulevard, just […]
Community Affairs Corporal Catherine Payne informed Historic City News reporters in St Augustine that the investigation into the murder of a black man in a homeless camp at the north county line near Target has […]
Scenes from Tuesday’s “Mythbusters: Fact and Fiction” where some of the myths of St Augustine’s history were debunked as part of the Discover First America program produced by the city’s 450th Commemoration this week.
The City of St Augustine reported to Historic City News that David Fridell, a utility technician in the Transmission and Distribution Division of the Public Works Department, has been selected as Employee of the Year […]
FHP and the Sheriff’s Office are on scene and investigating multiple crashes on I-95. At this time there are no fatalities.
Guest Column: Gopher tortoises Susan van Hoek GTM Research Reserve Environmental Educator Marineland, FL According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission, the gopher tortoise is the only land tortoise native to the United States, […]