Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation public information officer Debbie Delgado that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being conducted. […]
Residents opposed to the City’s decision to erect barricades blocking access to three public streets notified Historic City News that the public is invited to participate when they hold a protest tomorrow, Saturday, April 1st.
Law enforcement officers in southern St Johns County have received numerous complaints about the reckless operation of a motorcycle by a driver who has consistently avoided capture when approached by police.
St Johns County Commissioner for District 3, Paul Waldron, reminds Historic City News readers that sea turtle nesting season is only a month away. Residents and visitors have a special opportunity and responsibility to protect […]
Good Friday All departments of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners, St. Johns County Administrative offices, library branches, and the Pet Center will be closed Friday, April 14 in observance of Good Friday.
The Florida Bar reported to Historic City News that with the help of a new free mobile app, tech-savvy teens and college students can get better prepared for real-life experiences.
Historic City News has been following the developments as a yet-to-take-effect regulation that would have required Internet service providers – like Comcast and Verizon – to get your permission before selling your data, was overturn when congressmen voted 215-205. […]
Tobacco Free St Johns informed local Historic City News reporters today that college attendance and tobacco free campus policies nationally could be a turning point in choosing not to use tobacco.
During the St Augustine City Commission regular meeting, members unanimously passed a resolution opposing legislation imposing significant new restrictions, phasing out existing and prohibiting the creation of new Community Redevelopment Agencies.
A sand placement project will prohibit vehicular beach access at Vilano Beach and Porpoise Point beginning April 1, 2017, according to details received by Historic City News today.