Historic City News readers will be watching next Monday, January 22, 2018, when the St Augustine City Commission hears seven recommendations to fill volunteer positions on the Confederate Memorial Contextualization Advisory Committee.
In a move that started today’s special meeting for the St Augustine City Commission with an unexpected bang, the annual evaluation of the city manager began with Seat 4 Commissioner Todd Neville calling for a […]
This Wednesday morning at 8:00 a.m. in the Alcazar Room at City Hall, St Augustine City Manager John Regan will attend a special meeting of the City Commission to complete the appointed City Official’s annual […]
St. Augustine Fire Chief Carlos Aviles informed local Historic City News reporters that his department was awarded a $31,595.39 grant to cover 100% of the purchase price of a new special use all-terrain vehicle.
Historic City News readers are invited to attend first commencement of Veteran’s Treatment Court in St. Johns County on Thursday, January 18 at 2:30 p.m. in Courtroom 355 of the Richard O. Watson Judicial Center, […]
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who forever changed our nation. Florida 7th District Senator Travis Hutson, reminded Historic City News readers this morning that Dr. King was a minister and social activist […]
Dawn Bell, Chief Executive of the Early Learning Coalition of North Florida, reported to Historic City News that Margie Tedder, a VPK teacher at Village Academy in St. Augustine, is the winner of the third […]
Ronald Rawls, Jr. brought a domestic terrorist hate organization into St Augustine as surely as if he had resurrected Adolph Hitler’s Nazi Party or the Knights of the Klan.
CITY OF ST. AUGUSTINE THROUGH FRIDAY, January 19, 2018 As of Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Martin Luther King Jr holiday schedule City offices closed, no change in solid waste schedule Offices for the City of St. Augustine will be closed on Monday, January 15 in observance of the Dr. Martin […]