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  • Letter: Why have Lights if you don’t want visitors


    300-DAIRY-QUEEN-DQLetter: 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 Lights and celebrate in the festivities. We love to visit St Augustine and this was our first time visiting during Christmas. (more…)

  • Agenda update for city Visioning Committee


    HERBERT A MARLOWE JR
    HERBERT A MARLOWE JR
    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 on January 5th. (more…)

  • Some legislators attempt to hide public records


    400-JOHN-THRASHER-TRAVIS-HUHistoric 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. (more…)

  • St. Johns County Offices Closed – New Year's


    St. Johns County will be closed Thursday, January 1 and Friday, January 2, 2015 for New Year’s.

  • Light of Christmas


    300-LIGHT-OF-CHRISTMASLight 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 than a half million lights. (more…)

  • Uncontrolled dogs kill miniature horse


    400-MINI-1-LORENOn 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 miniature horses. (more…)

  • Santa makes it to St Augustine


    300-LIGHTHOUSE-SANTAHistoric 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. (more…)

  • St Johns County woman still missing


    BETTY HERRING
    BETTY HERRING
    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 who was likely in the company of a registered sexual offender with whom she had been living. (more…)

  • Editorial: The Interview is the “forbidden fruit”


    300-THE-INTERVIEWIn 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. (more…)

  • Navy League salutes Sailor of the Quarter


    300-SUNSEEKERSHistoric 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 during the 4th Quarter of 2014. (more…)

  • CSX provides financial support to bicycle safety initiative


    400-Flagler-CSX-CheckHistoric 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 donation. (more…)