Historic City News has reviewed official architectural drawings for Kanti Patel’s proposed San Marco hotel that have been on file with the City of St Augustine Planning and Building Department since May 13, 2016.
Historic City News readers are invited to learn about the history of the Guana Peninsula when the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas Research Reserve hosts their next free monthly guided exploration hike July 1, 2017.
In 1947, the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park received its first Galapagos tortoises. But it was last summer before the first hatchlings of these endangered species would be born.
Forrest Masters, President of the newly formed Ravenswood Neighborhood Association, announced to Historic City News that the inaugural meeting of the organization has been scheduled for Thursday, June 15th. Interested neighbors, residents, business owners, and […]
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. […]
The University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine has confirmed to local Historic City News reporters today that a number of dogs in St Johns, Putnam, and Flagler County are currently being hospitalized for H3N2 […]
The City of St. Augustine’s Public Works Department informed Historic City News local reporters that a water main replacement project along San Marco Avenue will be starting on Monday, June 12th.
On Wednesday afternoon, local Historic City News reporters were informed that a small Hyundai Elantra was traveling too fast for conditions on I-95 southbound then collided with two tractor-trailer operators when the driver lost control […]
Historic City News readers are patriotically invited to attend the next general meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party on Tuesday evening, June 13th at 6:30 p.m. when the distinguished guest speaker will be Wayne […]
Wake-up call for all Historic City News readers who have been lulled to sleep by the seemingly endless, and pointless, meetings (public and private) over new entry corridor standards for Anastasia Boulevard — after nine-months […]