Cindy Walker, spokesman for the City of St Augustine Beach, reported to Historic City News that during the next 90-days, Florida Power and Light will be improving the feeder that extends along Pope Road over […]
On Sunday, February 17, at about 8:00 p.m., Historic City News was notified that St Augustine police officers responded to a report that a group of juveniles were engaged in a fight at the Project […]
This Wednesday, February 20th, the Florida State House Oversight and Transparency committee is voting to put term limits for school board members on the ballot. Historic City News readers can support HJR 229 which will […]
Historic City News was notified that the St. Augustine Jewish Historical Society is mourning the February 16th death of Al Vorspan, a giant in the movement for Social Justice among Reform Jews. Vorspan, although not […]
Two days before the first meeting of the St Augustine City Commission this year, before the mayor or any of the other three commissioners had met in the sunshine to discuss the Coquina Avenue Land […]
St Augustine resident Kevin Crowell announced to Historic City News today that he needs volunteers who are willing to help clean up some of the biggest eyesores in our community on March 2, 2019.
Yesterday the City of St Augustine recognized the 500th anniversary of the birth of Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles and this afternoon, Saturday February 16th, Historic City News readers enjoyed a procession along St George […]
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.
One St Augustine couple who has volunteered over the past couple of years to help a downtown neighborhood watch group, had their evening interrupted last night when Evelyn Hammock was arrested for walking along the […]