Leaving print is the ultimate cost-cutting measure; a huge share of a newspaper’s cost structure is tied up in building-sized printing presses, Canadian forests of paper, and ink by the barrel. But when that day […]
Historic City News has been informed that a local group of heritage families, many of whom are of Menorcan descent, are adding their voice to the efforts of the pro-veteran’s group, “Save Their Honor”, who […]
This morning at about 9:31 a.m., detention deputies at the Flagler County jail discovered the body of an inmate against a cell door, the victim of an apparent suicide. The jail was immediately placed on […]
Vickie OakesSupervisor of ElectionsSt Johns County, FL The November 6th General Election is quickly approaching. An important deadline is coming — October 9th is the deadline to register to vote.
The Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, announced to Historic City News today that five of the twelve disciplinary actions taken last month against Florida attorneys, were taken against […]
Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation Public Information Officer, Allen Nelson, that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being conducted.
About an hour ago, Facebook reported that it has discovered a security breach affecting nearly 50-million accounts, and that it’s not yet clear whether any information was accessed, or any accounts were otherwise misused. Historic […]
For only the second time in the past 13-years, Historic City News readers will have a chance to visit and tour the interior of the St Augustine Waterworks Building located in Davenport Park on San […]
A 49-year-old St Augustine man who pled guilty on March 22, 2018 to violating federal supervised release on drug charges, has been sentenced to eight-years in federal prison for new charges by U.S. District Judge […]
Adamec Cycle Sales Co. Inc. in Jacksonville has announced to Historic City News that they will build a 35,000-square-foot facility here by the third quarter of 2019. The building will be located on a 4.5-acre […]
Today, Bryan L. Shorstein, Public Information Officer for State Attorney R. J. Larizza, announced to local Historic City News reporters that at the end of a three-day trial, 40-year-old Christopher William McCook of St. Augustine […]
St Augustine Beach Commissioner Rich O’Brien has refused to provide a written evaluation of City Manager Max Royle, despite consensus of the remaining commissioners to comply with the process supposed to be part of the […]
Last week, Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland called for and got support for the dismissal of city manager Jim Landon because of his chronic last-minute release of workshop backup materials for City Council workshops until […]
St Augustine residents turned out by the dozens last night, only to have their hopes dashed after city manager John Regan’s sophomoric attempt to boost support for his “pet commissioner” Nancy Sikes Kline and a […]