The 2014 Florida Legislature designated the bridge on US-1 that crosses over the San Sebastian River as the “Ponce de Leon Bridge” in recognition of the Spanish explorer’s discovery of Florida in 1513.
When Historic City News reporters see a nearly 80-year-old man arrested and held in lieu of $200,000 bail, we scratch our heads and ask questions. When you read the answers, you may shake your head […]
Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Joseph Joyner, reported to Historic City News this morning that Amy Lynch, school nurse at Liberty Pines Academy (LPA), has been named St. Johns County School District’s 2014-2015 School-Related Employee of […]
Historic City News coverage of the Special General Election continues during St Johns County Early Voting week with these responses from Judy Stevens; candidate for Florida House District 17. Stevens is running without political party […]
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 […]
Builders broke ground today on the St. Augustine Aquarium, opening soon near I-95 on SR-16. Owners Shawn and Kathy Hiester participated during the groundbreaking ceremony, according to reports received by Historic City News.
Florida Weekend Recap – March 27 A recap of this week’s best political and policy happenings; Historic City News brings you what you missed this week in Florida policy and politics.
Yesterday morning, about 9:30 a.m., Historic City News was informed that police were called to a location along the riverbank, north of the San Sebastian River Bridge, after two fishermen reported finding human skeletal remains.
To close out the 2014-2015 season of Flagler College’s Community Lecture Series, Historic City News was informed that Dr. Lori Lee, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, will speak on the topic of the interplay between indigenous […]