For those Historic City News readers located in or near St. Augustine, come Celebrate Independence Day, July 4th, with the Saint Augustine Tea Party. Patriots will be welcome all day during the celebration, according to […]
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.
When Development Director Katie Bohnett reached out to Historic City News yesterday to officially announce the retirement plans of Barbara Petersen, president of the Florida First Amendment Foundation, our editor, Michael Gold, said that his […]
St. Augustine Police Department Public Information Officer Cecilia Aiple reported several recent incidences of criminal mischief, including graffiti and physical damage to city-owned and private property. The Department is asking Historic City News readers to […]
By: Historic City News photojournalist Raphael Cosme On a tour to promote his art in the United States, the famous plastic artist, Daniel Yordanov, arrived in Saint Augustine, with a unique style applying the mixed […]
It is hard to imagine the focus on Marine Studios, now the Marineland Dolphin Adventure, when it opened to the public 81-years ago, on June 24th. Record-setting crowds estimated to be 25,000-30,000 guests attended the […]
On Wednesday June 12, 2019, at around midnight, an unknown black man was captured on video surveillance walking through the parking lot of Show Boat Car Wash at 520 South Ponce de Leon Boulevard.
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. […]
Historic City News received the following summary of disciplinary orders issued against members of The Florida Bar between May 30 and June 20, 2019. The Florida Supreme Court in recent court orders disciplined eight attorneys […]
The Florida Department of Transportation reported to Historic City News that they will close the Bridge of Lions on Sunday, June 23rd from 8:00 p.m. until 5:00 a.m. for routine bridge maintenance.
St Augustine is again the focus of protest over its horse-drawn carriage business; this Saturday by an estimated 50 protesters with One Protest, a Jacksonville-based advocacy group, and Animal Rights Foundation of Florida, a statewide […]
The City of St Augustine reported to Historic City News that the road work begun on Wednesday, June 19, will continue weekdays through Friday, June 28, from 8:00am to 4:00pm, Preferred Materials Inc., a city […]
Today, Historic City News was informed that Commissioner of Education Richard Corcoran lauded St Johns County for joining the Guardian Program to protect our students. There are now 33 counties participating in the Guardian Program […]
It’s more important than ever for Florida to make it as easy as possible for insiders to report abuses to state and local agencies, without the fear of retribution according to Florida Politics writer and […]
In a report received from St Augustine Police Public Information Officer Cecilia Aiple, Historic City News learned of an arrest that occurred last night after a St Johns County deputy stopped a vehicle inside the […]