Public Safety

Crescent Beach bridge closes again this weekend

April 30, 2013

The SR-206 Crescent Beach Bridge will be totally closed to traffic this weekend from 7:30 p.m. Friday to 5:30 a.m. Monday morning as part of the bridge rehabilitation project, a Florida Department of Transportation spokesman […]

Community

Flagler professor heading to Israel to study terrorism

April 30, 2013

The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, a non-partisan policy institute headquartered in Washington, D.C., announced to Historic City News in St Augustine that Will Miller, a professor of public administration at Flagler College, has […]

Public Safety

Middle school student attacks school resource deputy

April 30, 2013

A 14-year-old Pacetti Bay Middle School student was called out of class today for a meeting between his parents and school officials; but, Historic City News learned that soon after the meeting concluded, the student […]

Government

McClure advances actionable plan for schools

April 30, 2013

St Johns Commissioner Bill McClure addressed the members of the St Johns County School Board and fellow county commissioners with a plan to ensure that school funding is a top priority during a joint special […]

Public Safety

Human remains found in Flagler Estates woods

April 30, 2013

Historic City News reporters have learned that human remains have been located in a concealed and remote area in the Flagler Estates area this morning, according to information released this evening in a press conference […]

Community

National Geographic star visits St Augustine

April 30, 2013

Adam Shockey, Owner of Tour Saint Augustine and City Walks, reported to Historic City News that the host of “Python Hunters” on NatGeo WILD, Shawn Heflick, will be visiting St Augustine on May 1 as […]

Community

County teachers win minimum $2,000 pay raise

April 30, 2013

Yesterday evening, the Executive Office of Governor Rick Scott announced to Historic City News that the House and Senate’s agreement to implement $480 million in teacher pay raises has been passed.

Public Safety

Flagler Estates becomes focus of Parchem search

April 30, 2013

Historic City News has been informed by Community Affairs Bureau Commander Charles E. Mulligan, that the search for Vermont Heights resident, Barbara Parchem, resumed this morning at 8:00 a.m. focused on a specific area in […]

Business

Plans aired for vacant bank lobby

April 29, 2013

If the city’s alcoholic beverage ordinance can be adjusted, the lobby of the former Wells Fargo Bank on Cathedral Place could become a venue similar to Boston’s “Faneuil Hall Marketplace”, which contains a mix of […]

Editorials

Guest Column: Proms, Parties and Alcohol

April 29, 2013

Guest Column: Proms, Parties and Alcohol David B. Shoar, Sheriff St Johns County, FL We are fortunate in St. Johns County to have a wonderful population of young people. You often read of their many […]

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