This week, the city’s Public Works Department informed Historic City News that a “speed cushion” has been installed on Anastasia Park Drive in response to resident concerns over speeding cars on the street. A wayfinding […]
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.
At the next regular meeting of the St. Augustine City Commission, Fire Chief Carlos Aviles will announce that the St. Augustine Fire Department has achieved the designation of ISO-Class 1; a long-term goal of the […]
St Augustine Police Corporal Chris Miller was recognized today by the St. Augustine Police Benevolent Organization for being alert to the need of a local senior who was living without the benefit of outdoor security […]
Filmmaker Lorraine Portman reported to Historic City News that some of the North Florida cast and crew of “Falling South” will be in attendance at Saturday’s screening, including film editor Jay Pennington and production assistant […]
Ancient City Poets will present a special event at Corazon Cinema and Café located at 36 Granada Street, St. Augustine on Sunday, September 30, 2018 and Historic City News readers are invited to attend.
Sheriff Rick Staly ordered an in-depth internal investigation on courthouse security operations on March 19, 2018 after an internal inquiry revealed the need for complete investigation. The original inquiry started after allegations of inappropriate workplace […]
On Saturday, September 8th, Historic City News readers are invited to enjoy a full day of activities when we honor Founder’s Day in America’s Oldest City. The event will start at the Mission Nombre de […]
Historic City News has obtained the following State criminal judgment information from the office of St Johns County Clerk of Court, Hunter Conrad; the accuracy and completeness of which we do not control, nor can […]