Police Public Information Officer Cecilia Aiple reported the following incidents to Historic City News this morning, including arrests by the St Augustine Police Department over this weekend. Additional information is available about these cases through […]
May is Historic Preservation Month and throughout the month the City of St. Augustine will offer several opportunities to learn about our past as well as how to preserve it for the future. Historic City […]
St. Augustine Beach Communications Coordinator Cindy Walker reported to Historic City News this morning that on Monday evening, April 29, the City of St Augustine Beach held a Special Commission Meeting, discussing and presenting issues, […]
Historic City News has received details of the home invasion robbery that occurred between 2:55 a.m. and about 3:01 a.m. Saturday morning in a trailer park located at 271 SR-16 in St Augustine.
Historic City News was informed that the St Augustine City Commission will hold a special meeting on Thursday, May 2 starting at 8:30 a.m. marking the start of the process to develop the city’s budget […]
A homeless man and a St Johns County woman have been arrested in the early morning hours Sunday and are each being charged with home invasion robbery, a first-degree felony, and aggravated battery, a second-degree […]
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection reported to Historic City News this week that they have received the following Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable release. All information was submitted by the reporting party.
Slaves were emancipated in the United States 154-years-ago; more than five-generations. The Ladies Memorial Association of St Augustine erected their first memorial to The Forty-Four lost St Augustine soldiers in 1872. Seven years later, the […]
Isabelle Renault, President and CEOSt. Johns County Chamber of Commerce Dear Historic City News editor: The St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce is celebrating National Small Business Week from May 5 until May 11 and […]
After a lot of puffery from an embattled sheriff who does not like to be supervised or accountable to anyone, David Shoar fired off a damning letter to St Johns County Attorney, Patrick F McCormack, […]
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.
Funding for VISIT FLORIDA is “closed out” and won’t be revisited unless the main budget heads decide to do so, Sen. Travis Hutson told Historic City News reporters Friday morning.
Tom Reynolds An Uber and Lyft driver that wants to be licensed by the proper authoritiesSt Augustine Beach, FL This e-mail, sent to us by the writer, was addressed to John Regan, St Augustine City […]
Historic City News includes occasional sightings around the worldwide web that express the opinions of various commentators. The writer’s opinions do not necessarily reflect our own. By: Ed Slavin edslavin.com 154 years after the Civil […]
Walter Bryan “Mike” HillFlorida House of Representatives, District 1Tallahassee, FL Dear Historic City News editor: We all breathed a sigh of relief when arson was not the cause of the Notre Dame Cathedral Fire in […]