Due to ongoing repairs, meetings regularly scheduled to be held in the Alcazar Room at City Hall have been relocated. Live viewing of meetings is temporarily unavailable; however, meetings held in alternate locations will be […]
Representative Cyndi Stevenson reported to Historic City News that she has filed legislation that will benefit Florida craft distilleries, like St. Augustine Distillery LLC, by reducing what she calls “outdated regulations”.
The City of St. Augustine is using an online survey through mid-January to collect additional comments and feedback from the community regarding the Anastasia Entry Corridor Guidelines, now under review and revision.
Debbie Delgado reported the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations to Historic City News where the Florida Department of Transportation will be conducting roadwork that is expected to have an impact on driving, […]
Add People Magazine to the list of national media questioning whether the shooting death of 24-year-old Michelle O’Connell on September 2, 2010, was “Suicide or Homicide” in today’s issue on newsstands now. Historic City News […]
St. Johns County is cautioning Historic City News readers to be aware of scam phone calls by individuals impersonating county officials who are reportedly conveying false information about Hurricane Matthew property damage assessments.
Sheriff’s spokesman Charles E. Mulligan reported to Historic City News this morning that he was enroute to the Vermont Heights subdivision off SR-207 west of Coquina Crossing where deputies, aided by K-9 and air support, […]
Historic City News local reporters were informed that a beach restoration project will close the parking lot, walkover, and all related facilities at Mickler’s Landing at Ponte Vedra Beach until Spring 2017.
Would you enjoy working at the beach this summer? If so, you can apply with St Johns County for one of the available beach toll attendant positions.
St. Johns County is hosting a Christmas “tree-cycling” program, free for those Historic City News readers who wish to recycle their holiday trees.
Historic City News readers may want to visit the Lincolnville Museum while a new exhibit is on display; donated from the recently opened National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
St Augustine Fire Chief Carlos Aviles was ceremonially sworn-in by City Manager John Regan yesterday; a position to which he was officially appointed in August.
Yesterday morning, a single-car crash on SR-16 near Pleasure Lane claimed the life of longtime businessman Bill Pacetti. For yet unknown reasons, Pacetti’s Cadillac SRX crossed through the median, across opposing traffic, then crashed into […]
St. Johns County Tax Collector Dennis W. Hollingsworth, CFC, and the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles are warning Historic City News readers that they may be targeted by a company representing itself […]
The Lightner Museum Curator’s Tour for January will be a brief history of European porcelain and its meteoric rise to popularity. We caught 13-year-old Evie Kirschling of St. Augustine when she got nose-to-nose with a […]