St Augustine Police public information officer Mark Samson reported to Historic City News that on Saturday, while local resident Cathy Brown was shopping at the Winn-Dixie Marketplace located at 3551 North Ponce de Leon Boulevard, […]
The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that action has been taken against 52-year-old Marlene Garcia, who resides at 115B Flagler Boulevard in St Augustine, to suspend her from the practice of law […]
Robin Burchfield reported to Historic City News this afternoon that St Augustine Youth Services (SAYS) recently held a Celebration Dinner at Creekside Dinery to honor staff, the boys, and volunteers at the non-profit therapeutic group […]
Historic City News learned today that Tools-4-Schools, Betty Griffin House, and St Francis House in St Augustine are the beneficiaries of a nine-month charitable giving program undertaken by the staff of Herbie Wiles Insurance.
Fundacion Nao Victoria manager Eduardo Almagro Blanco, documented for Historic City News readers the arrival of St Augustine’s newest educational ship, El Galeon Andalucia, as it made its way up the Hudson River to arrive […]
Mayor Michael Beamish of the City of Troy, Ohio, says that he, the city council, and his staff are extremely excited to welcome their Gentlemen of the Road Stopover event featuring Mumford and Sons on […]
Beau Phillips reported to Historic City News today that the St Johns County Chamber of Commerce will host the 11th Annual Ponte Vedra Auto Show at TPC Sawgrass, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m., on […]
City police spokesman, Mark Samson, checked in with Historic City News this afternoon to update our readers on several incidents that occurred in St Augustine over the weekend.
Friends of the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library are offering a chance for 6th through 12th grade-level students to eat pizza, drink soda, and watch “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”, rated PG-13, at 2:00 […]