Historic City News readers will be celebrating Independence Day this week, and if the weather holds up, there will be plenty of outdoor activities for local families and our visitors. Barbara Golden, Communications Manager for […]
Earlier this year, Historic City News discovered that Julington Creek General Manager, Charles Edward Mooney, may have broken Florida Statute 817.566 when he misrepresented his educational credentials in order to obtain employment by the Community […]
National Weather Service Jacksonville has informed Historic City News that St Johns County Emergency Management is at “Level-3 Monitoring” status this morning as a result of a low pressure front developing to our east, over […]
Historic City News managing editor, Michael Gold, is the state editor for WatchdogWire.com in Florida; the national citizen journalism project of the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity. So, when Watchdog Wire has a […]
Seventh Circuit Judge, Carlos E. Mendoza, was confirmed for a seat on the federal bench earlier this week according to an announcement received by Historic City News from Court Communications Officer, Ludmilla Lelis, in Deland. […]
Guest Column: New e-cig law effective July 1st By: Summer Perritt Pedro Menendez High School Special to Historic City News The Electronic Cigarette. The e-cig, the thing on all the posters in the gas station, […]
The St. Augustine City Commission voted unanimously last Monday, June 23, to accept Commissioner Roxanne Horvath’s plea for almost $75,000 in consulting fees to pay a Gainesville man to “facilitate” the fifteen-handpicked volunteers that will […]
St Johns County Sheriff’s detectives updated the Historic City News crime desk upon the arrest of both men involved in a 4:38 a.m. shooting that occurred at 1011 Southbank Way in St. Johns this morning.