Business

Harley-Davidson dealership coming to St Augustine

September 26, 2018 2

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 […]

Public Safety

State wins conviction in first-degree murder trial

September 26, 2018 0

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 […]

Government

Palm Coast: Tis the season for a new city manager

September 26, 2018 0

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 […]

Community

True Miracles of the American Revolution

September 25, 2018 0

You are patriotically invited to attend tonight’s open meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party where Jerry Cameron, Chair of the St. Johns County Republican Executive Committee, will be the guest speaker. Cameron, who has […]

Government

Tom Reynolds abandons 2018 election, vows 2020 return

September 24, 2018 0

“Three strikes and you’re out” is the call for ubiquitous political candidate Thomas F. Reynolds, after Historic City News learned that he has withdrawn from a contest against St Augustine Beach Commissioner Undine C. George, […]

Public Safety

Burglar awakens resident while rummaging through fridge

September 24, 2018 2

This morning at about 8:30 a.m., St Augustine Police responded to a 911-call reporting a burglary in progress while the resident was inside the home. Public Information Officer Cecilia “Cici” Aiple informed Historic City News […]

Business

Rawls protest dwindles to 13

September 24, 2018 0

Thirteen race-baiting followers of Ronald Rawls Jr, the majority of whom were identified by Historic City News as out-of-town residents, marched through the shoppers and visitors on St George Street Saturday September 22nd, screaming black […]

Government

Management is not the city’s strong suit

September 23, 2018 0

The City of St Augustine is clearly recognized for many things, but except for mis-management, poor-management, overpaid-management, or self-serving-management; professional management is not one of them. The latest example of lost opportunity for the city […]

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