Patricia Ponder, a spokesperson for the St. Augustine/Ketterlinus High School Alumni Association, reported to Historic City News the announcement of this year’s scholarship winners.
With Commissioner Leanna Freeman absent Monday night, the three attending commissioners approved a motion by Todd Neville to ignore nearly an hour of public comment dominated by speakers opposing the San Marco Hotel plans.
During a meeting tonight of the Town of Hastings, commission members voted 4-1 in favor of directing the Town Attorney to prepare an ordinance to appear on the ballot allowing Hastings voters to decide whether […]
Historic City News readers are invited to join staff and volunteers at the north or south boat launch (depending on the tide) at the Guana Dam Recreational Area for a free family seining activity on […]
What’s the secret to running a home-based business? Kelly K. Spors Special to Historic City News Starting and running a business out of your house has many rewards: no commute, less time-sucking small talk, no […]
William Ferrigno reported to Historic City News this weekend that residents, merchants and business owners in the San Marco Avenue corridor, between West Castillo Drive and SR-16 (Picolata Road), have called a meeting to discuss […]
Three occupants of cars involved in a motor vehicle crash near the intersection of SR-13A South and CR-305 were transported to area hospitals for treatment of sustained injuries, according to a report received by Historic […]
In a possibly over-ambitious agenda tomorrow night, the St Augustine City Commission will consider a commitment of matching funds to a state grant to be used for continued rehabilitation of the Waterworks Building on San […]
Guest: Don’t allow Commission to ignore Code, Comp Plan and PZB Lee Geanuleas St Augustine, FL On June 4, 2017, Historic City News published a guest column titled, “Impact of San Marco Hotel will be […]