Before their closing comments Monday night, the newly constituted City Commission in St Augustine will consider adoption of Resolution 2014-42, providing for the Operating Policies, Rules and Procedures of the City Commission.
Superintendent Gordon J. Wilson invites Historic City News readers to participate in a public survey to gauge support for proposed changes to entrance fees charged to visitors at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument.
Letter: Update on legal appeal of 7-Eleven Melinda Rakoncay, President Nelmar Terrace Neighborhood Association Dear Historic City News readers and potential donors: Thank you so much for your generous contributions to date! The filing of […]
The Special Primary Election for Florida Senate District 6, Florida House District 17 and District 24, will be held on January 27, 2015. The Special General Election will be held on April 7, 2015 and […]
City officials and area business owners will join together for a ribbon cutting to signify the reopening of Hypolita Street following an eight month closure due to extensive utility work and a complete redesign of […]
While a pair of antiquated Florida laws, sections 50.011 and 50.031, Florida Statutes, require certain notices in civil, probate, and criminal proceedings to be published in “newspapers of general circulation”, that requirement does not extend […]
Florida Supreme Court Justice Peggy A. Quince will be in St Augustine Monday evening to perform the investiture of the city’s new mayor, Nancy Shaver. Freshman commissioner, Todd Neville, and returning commissioner, Nancy Sikes-Kline, will […]
Historic City News learned that Double Eagle Development will begin work on a 418-unit, single-family community in St. Johns County this week, following a ceremonial groundbreaking Friday, December 5th; according to Jacksonville Business Journal.
Obituary for Matthew Fisher Chrest Matthew Fisher Chrest, 19, passed away on November 25, 2014. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland and spent most of his life in Marriottsville, Maryland where all who knew him […]