Light of Christmas By Mark Cubbedge Special to Historic City News Turning Point at Calvary completed its annual “Light of Christmas” display Christmas night by welcoming streaming carloads of onlookers as they took in more […]
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.
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.
Historic City News was informed of six members of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 58 at NAS Jacksonville who have been recognized as “Sailor of the Quarter” by The St Augustine – Palm Cost Navy League […]
Historic City News learned that representatives from rail-based transportation company, CSX Corp., visited Flagler College recently to finalize the corporation’s commitment to the Flagler bike safety campaign “One Road” with the presentation of a $10,000 […]
This Week in St. Johns County Monday – Sunday: December 22 – 28 Undisclosed: Photographs from the Hidden Lightner Exhibition For the past two years, photographer Theresa Segal has explored the historic Lightner Museum’s restricted […]
Historic City News learned that the request from the City of St. Augustine for $350,000 in state funds to rehabilitate the structural system of the Waterworks building, was one of 66 grant applications considered by […]
Our Lady of La Leche No Longer a Mystery St. Augustine Historical Treasure located in Mexico By Raphael Cosme Special to HISTORIC CITY NEWS At about 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 6th, 2014 a Certificate […]
There are not too many people that Historic City News readers might know that are more pro-law enforcement than me. I went to community college using law enforcement administration grants, received my Associate of Science […]
After Santa looked at his list and checked it twice, 100 Flagler County children who were found to be nice were paired with law enforcement officers for the annual “Christmas with a Deputy” program.
Historic City News readers who would like to accompany the “Voice of Lincolnville” on her annual Christmas caroling excursion, will board the Red Train with Carrie Johnson and friends at the Willie Galimore Community Center, […]
Historic City News provides our Sunday readers with a recap of the previous week’s doings in business and industry, economy, education, energy and environment, health and human services, law and order, politics, and news from […]