City Director of Public Affairs, Paul Williamson, informed local reporters at Historic City News that a workshop for the discussion of proposed changes to the city’s residential parking ordinances has been scheduled for Thursday, June […]
According to then St Augustine Chief of Police, Loran Lueders, 45-year-old artist and resident, Jordie Hudson, was last seen leaving the Giggling Gator on King Street at 2:45 a.m. on April 9, 2016. A year […]
Two semi-trucks collided with a passenger vehicle this evening on I-95 near the International Golf Parkway interchange, according to a report received from St Johns County Fire Rescue spokesman Lt. Jeremy Robshaw. Upon arrival, crews […]
Letter: Politics comes to the beach Clay R. Seay St Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News editor: Recently, the St. Augustine beach City Commissioners voted themselves into the City healthcare system, saying it was discrimination […]
Historic City News reminds all St Augustine and St Johns County business owners that one of the most powerful ways that you can help honor veterans, is by hiring one. It’s a good diversity practice […]
Solomon Robert Eubanks passed away on Saturday May 27, 2017. He had just turned 73-years-old on May 14th. He grew up in Lincolnville on Palmo Street and resided at 164 Twine Street, its current name.
Some of the precinct committeemen and women in the St Johns County Republican Party have drifted so far away from the party platform over the past 15-years, that it no longer resembles the party of […]
After completing an independent criminal investigation considering allegations of “criminal misconduct” between a Flagler County deputy sheriff and a female inmate, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement presented their findings to the State Attorney for […]
In the 1970’s when the Republican Party in St Johns County virtually did not exist (compared to the +90,000 who rally behind the banner of the GOP today) Historic City News editor, Michael Gold, was […]
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.
Darien Andreu reported for Historic City News that Lincolnville property owner, Jim Painter, with financial support from the Northrop Grumman Foundation, has restored a small one-room garage beside one of his properties located at 94 […]
St Augustine families will celebrate the official start of summer Friday with the reopening of the community pool at the Willie Galimore Community Center located at 399 Riberia Street in Lincolnville.
St. Johns County spokesman Michael Ryan told local Historic City News reporters that the county is offering a free shuttle service to Mickler’s Beachfront Park in Ponte Vedra Beach as well as to the St. […]
An annual physical count of homeless individuals is used to gauge the number of persons or families in a community who meet the federal definition of “homeless” as set forth by the U.S. Department of […]
One of the recommendations that came out of developing a Historic Master Plan for St Augustine, was identifying the need for a citizen’s preservation advocacy group.