Government

Rawls supporter may be lobbying Todd Neville

August 30, 2017

A spokesperson for a group calling themselves “Protectors of the Plaza” contacted the City Attorney, staff members, members of the commission and members of the media tonight to complain that Vice-Mayor Todd Neville has been […]

Public Safety

Inmate leaps to his death according to sheriff

August 30, 2017

Historic City News received a report from Fire Rescue Captain Jeremy Robshaw that emergency medical personnel responded to the St Johns County Detention Facility yesterday to discover a 39-year-old inmate dead at the scene.

Business

First Friday Art Walk September 1

August 30, 2017

The St. Augustine Beach Art Studio and gallery, located on A1A just south of the St. Johns County Pier, informed local Historic City News reporters that they are excited to welcome Dara Dodson as their […]

Community

HAWKE Wildlife Rescue 20th Annual Benefit Dinner

August 30, 2017

The 20th Annual DINNER FOR THE BIRDS to benefit HAWKE Wildlife Rescue, Rehabilitation, Release & Education will be held Sunday, September 10, 2017 in the private upper dining room at the renowned, award-winning Raintree Restaurant, […]

Community

Concerts in the Plaza extends season

August 30, 2017

It’s been a great summer for St. Augustine’s free music series, and the City of St Augustine reports to Historic City News that the Concerts in the Plaza aren’t over yet.

Community

School District announces town hall meetings

August 30, 2017

Three Town Hall meetings have been announced to Historic City News to discuss potential Attendance Zoning changes for the two new K-8 Schools currently under construction and opening for the 2018-2019 School Year.

Government

Artists one step closer to final settlement

August 30, 2017

The settlement between the City of St Augustine and the plaintiff artists, Bruce Kevin Bates, Elena Hecht, Kate Merrick, and Helena Sala, has moved one step closer to final approval by the St Augustine City […]

Community

Take in some history during Easy Season

August 28, 2017

August and September are the perfect time of year for taking life easy and embracing everything that Florida’s Historic Coast has to offer – even free admission to historic sites.

Government

Federal Law protects Confederate heritage

August 27, 2017

For those who believe that the Confederate States of America and the men and women who pledged allegiance to that constitutionally established government are somehow illegitimate and not worthy of honor and protection by the […]

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