Ja Jules Williams’ mother, Bunny, is traveling to St Augustine tonight to say goodbye to her 16-year-old son. She told Historic City News that she wants local people to know what a wonderful life Jay […]
Reaction to plans from the new owners of the Ponte Vedra Golf and Country Club, indicating interest in redeveloping part of the golf course for a multifamily development project, has some Historic City News readers […]
The St Johns County Sheriff’s Office reported to Historic City News this morning that the results of a forensic blood test, collected at a fatal traffic crash last year, proves that the driver involved was […]
Visitors and Convention Bureau spokesperson, Barbara Golden, updated local Historic City News reporters that William McBroom has been chosen to serve as Director of Conference Sales.
When St Augustine City Manager John Regan made his decision to replace retiring Chief of Police Loran Lueders, he interviewed five current members of the department. There was no outside search — a process that […]
Heather Sutherland-Neville, the wife of St Augustine City Commissioner Todd Neville, is an appointee of the city who serves on the Citizen Advisory Committee of the North Florida Transportation Planning Organization.
The rain stayed away long enough to launch the original 57th Annual Easter Week Festival parade this afternoon and many Historic City News readers were in attendance.
The following activities are planned for Easter Sunday in and around St Augustine. Historic City News readers will want to keep an eye out for thunderstorms in the forecast today.
Guest Column: Time for everyone to say “enough” Ed Slavin St Augustine, FL St. Augustine has come a ways from the days of Jim Crow segregation, but official oppression still persists.
Late yesterday afternoon, Historic City News was informed that St. Johns County Fire Rescue was called to a residential structure fire in the 40 block of Andora Street in St. Augustine Shores.