Column: Mayor Nancy Shaver – Looking forward Special to Historic City News New Year’s is always a time to reflect—and look forward. I’ve never been a fan of New Year’s resolutions that are overly ambitious. […]
Dr. Predrag Bulic, Chief of the 23rd District Medical Examiner’s Office, reported his findings in this morning’s autopsy of Tonya and Timothy West; Historic City News has learned that the deaths were the apparent result […]
Back again for 2015, we would like to recognize our advertising sponsor, Tobacco Free St Johns; and to thank them for their commitment to a free press for the residents of St Johns County.
NOTICE OF A CANCELED REGULAR MEETING OF THE ST. JOHNS COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of County Commissioners of St. Johns County, Florida, has canceled its regular meeting […]
St. Johns County Board of County Commission 2015 Regular Meeting Schedule The St. Johns County Board of County Commission Meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays each month commencing at 9:00 am in the […]
Historic City News is gathering details from tonight’s shooting death of a man, wielding a shotgun, at the scene of a call for help that was reported as a “violent disturbance”.
International Dairy Queen, Inc. has confirmed the conclusion of an external investigation that found customer payment card data at 395 stores in the United States, including a St Augustine Dairy Queen, was exposed when a […]
This Week in St. Johns County Monday – Sunday: December 29 – January 4 Dressing of the Palms in Vilano Beach The third annual Dressing of the Palms along Vilano Beach features palm trees decorated […]
2014-2015 FOSTER CARE/ADOPTIONPRE-SERVICE CLASS SCHEDULE Meetings are held on Monday evenings from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at 1955 US1 South (just south of the 312 intersection), St. Augustine, FL 32086. Use the building entrance facing US 1 […]
Letter: Why have Lights if you don’t want visitors Kelly Jo Boyce Sanford, FL Dear Editor: My family and I traveled 1-1/2 hours to your beautiful city this past weekend to see the Nights of […]
The Department of Public Affairs for the City of St Augustine informed Historic City News that there have been “last minute” changes to the agenda affecting items that will come before the visioning committee meeting […]
Historic City News will be following close to a dozen bills already filed by Florida lawmakers that would create or expand open records exemptions; keeping certain publicly available information secret.
St. Johns County will be closed Thursday, January 1 and Friday, January 2, 2015 for New Year’s.
On the evening of December 18th, startled by the sound of ferocious barking, Donna Cornish told Historic City News that she felt something was very wrong as she went outside to check on her 4 […]
Historic City News has confirmed sightings of Santa and his reindeer earlier today as he flew over the St Augustine Lighthouse and Museum on a practice run.
The family of a 57-year-old St Johns County woman reporting to Historic City News today that there is still no word from their loved one who was last heard from on Monday, December 15th, and […]
In the book of Genesis, we learn that in the middle of the Garden of Eden stood the Tree of Life, the metaphoric source of all knowledge and understanding of good and evil.