“Everything secret degenerates, even the administration of justice; nothing is safe that does not show how it can bear discussion and publicity.” Lord John Acton Over the past month, since Monday March 27th, St Johns […]
In the latest episode of “Who the Hell are our Representatives representing?”, the Florida House just passed CS/SB 118 unanimously — a Bill that allows automatic administrative sealing of criminal history records.
John Barnes Hastings, FL Dear Historic City News editor: Four months ago, the Hastings Town Council was asked to reach out to the administration of St. Johns County and to request a feasibility study to […]
Defending the public’s access to our government has never been more important – and rarely has that access been more threatened.
Just when you think traffic congestion couldn’t get much worse, the City of St Augustine has announced to Historic City News that on Sunday, April 30th, residents can expect an increased presence of bicyclists throughout […]
This morning at about 1:21 a.m., Historic City News was informed that a single bicycle rider was thrown from the Mickler-O’Connell Bridge, and died at the scene.
Historic City News was informed that a double-shooting occurred in St Johns County late this afternoon in the 4400 block of Carter Road.
A federal jury has found 30-year-old Justin Gregory Pennington guilty of one count of conspiracy and nine counts of wire fraud today, according to a report filed with Historic City News by Acting United States […]
In what would be a substantial change to the state’s Sunshine Law, Historic City News reporters were shocked to learn that a House committee approved a bill that would allow private one-on-one meetings of local […]
Historic City News learned that in a joint action, city police and sheriff’s deputies have re-arrested 74-year-old Errol D. Jones, the one-time city commissioner and vice-mayor of the City of St Augustine.
With her overall goal in life to leave things better off than when she first arrived, Catherine Patrick will lead the management of advertising, sponsorships and donations for Historic City News beginning in April 2017.
Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of summer, and Historic City News readers are being asked to join the celebration to mark summer’s beginning at the opening of the new season for the Galimore […]
Michael Rothfeld, Secretary and Patriot Reader Editor for the Veterans Council of St Johns County, reported to Historic City News that this Thursday, April 27th at 7:00 p.m., the regular monthly meeting will be held […]
The Division of Hotels and Restaurants conducts regular inspections of public food service and lodging establishments to assure compliance with all state sanitation and safety laws.
Historic City News is monitoring City and County firefighters and emergency medical personnel on the scene this hour at what has been described as “a fast-moving brush fire” dangerously close to the neighborhood near North […]