In the case of Jeremy Banks, “Plaintiff” versus Rusty Ray Rodgers, an individual, “Defendant”, (3:14-cv-00065-BJD-MCR) a final judgment has been issued by decision of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida, […]
Public Safety reporters for Historic City News periodically obtain the results of physical inspections of public food service establishments from the records of the Florida Division of Hotels and Restaurants located in Tallahassee.
The St Augustine Amphitheatre is holding its first Night Market tonight and going forward on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
With the sitting commission of the City of St Augustine one member short, during its regular meeting Monday night March 25, 2018, the audience heard a presentation by Madeline Wise for the Lincolnville Historical Preservation […]
On a 4-0 vote, with Commissioner Leanna Freeman absent, the commission of the City of St Augustine approved a new ordinance on second reading after hours of sworn witness testimony and public comments, that will […]
Photojournalist Jorge Rivera, reporting for Historic City News in St Augustine, estimated the turnout for yesterday’s display of solidarity with the nationwide “March for our Lives” events at between 2,500-3,000 participants; with other media estimates […]
Recent efforts to influence the direct support organization of the University of Florida to remove the grave marker of General William Wing Loring from the grounds of Loring Park, have hit a brick wall — […]
Historic City News received an update today from St Augustine Police Public Information Officer Cici “Hollywood” Aiple regarding the attempted carjacking that occurred yesterday evening on Avenida Menendez.
Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation Public Information Officer, Monica R. Reifeiss, that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being […]
Clearly most City residents who have contacted me want a commissioner who listens and votes with the community’s agenda in mind. That’s why I am committed to bringing the voice of St Augustine residents to […]
The Public Broadcasting System documentary, Secrets of Spanish Florida, tells the story of St. Augustine’s colonial years. It was delivered to a national audience in a two-hour documentary that premiered last December.
Historic City News readers have become accustomed to increased traffic congestion during the Spring festival season. The following popular events may necessitate road closures and detours in the city’s downtown area.
The St. Johns County Solid Waste Management Division reported to Historic City News today that the waste transfer station at 250 Stratton Road North, will be closed from March 28th through 31st for repairs and […]
Historic City News received information this evening that, at about 7:30 p.m., a driver was southbound on Avenida Menendez approaching the crosswalk to the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument main entrance when she says […]
St. Augustine City Manager John Regan announced to Historic City News local reporters today that Mike Cullum, an engineer with nearly forty years’ experience in the public and private sector utility industry, will take over […]