Jay Bliss, Port and Waterway Commissioner, Seat 5, reported his executive summary of yesterday’s regular public meeting; noting that the official minutes of that meeting will eventually posted to the commission website http://staugustineport.com/
Historic City News received word of several new and ongoing grant opportunities for local members of the arts and cultural community who may qualify for funding as a performer, artist, or not-for-profit organization.
Nevada author, Tal Leverett, has invited local Historic City News readers to join him, from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on December 22nd and 23rd, when he will be visiting St Augustine and available to […]
Historic City News in St Augustine has learned that the first annual “Park-to-Pantry Food Drive”, to help local food pantries, will begin this Thursday, December 20, at the visitor center of Fort Mose Historic State […]
Ripley Entertainment Vice President of Communications, Tim O’Brien, reported to Historic City News that although the multi-national exhibitor has been unable to verify the Mayan claims that the world will come to an end on […]
Barbara Golden, Communications Manager for the St Augustine, Ponte Vedra and the Beaches Visitors and Convention Bureau, informed local Historic City News reporters about the following entertaining events for our St Johns County readers.
An elderly man from Pennsylvania who is now residing in Fruit Cove has gone missing this morning in the Julington Creek area and St Johns County investigators are asking you for assistance in locating him.
Friends of the Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve informed local Historic City News reporters that Southeast Toyota Distributors, LLC in Jacksonville recently sent a team to assist in building reef from over 5,000 […]
U.S. District Judge Marcia Morales Howard sentenced five members of the “Guardians” gang last Friday to federal prison terms. Maynard Kenneth Godwin (33, Jacksonville), Andrew Chase Wilkie (31, Callahan) and Eric Steven Ellis (28, Atlantic […]
Historic City News reported that millions of voters turned out in Florida to cast their ballots on Tuesday, November 6, but they did not re-elect President Obama; in fact, the entire state only has 29 […]
When Historic City News reporter Lindsay Norton went for her daily walk on Vilano Beach this morning, she was surprised to find a 64-foot yacht that ran aground after it broke free from its anchor […]
The scene was tense last night when Debra Johnson reported to Historic City News that a 32-year-old Palm Coast man, armed with an 18″ machete, was shot and killed by a Flagler County deputy sheriff; […]
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