Here are the planned court closures reported to Historic City News as of midday Friday:
Thursday, in a place former 4th Circuit State Attorney Harry Shorstein has come to know well in his five-decade career inside a Jacksonville courtroom, the State Attorney’s Office and legal community celebrated Shorstein’s legacy with […]
St. Johns County Emergency Management media liaison Kelly Wilson reported today’s Situation Report update to Historic City News, regarding Hurricane Dorian. The next Situation Report will be issued tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. unless conditions dictate […]
Communications Officer Teresa Monson, reported to Historic City News today that the St. Johns River Water Management District will close all its public lands districtwide at noon on Saturday, August 31st, in advance of Hurricane […]
As Historic City News readers in Florida prepare for Hurricane Dorian this Labor Day weekend, Sheriff Rick Staly has deployed the Flagler County Jail Inmate Work Crew to Malacompra Park, 115 Malacompra Road, in the […]
Florida National Guard Director of Public Affairs, Major Caitlin Brown, reported to Historic City News this afternoon that the Guard has begun preparations in anticipation of Hurricane Dorian.
By Scott PowersFlorida Politics Faced with a major hurricane that still could land anywhere on Florida’s east coast, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Thursday he has expanded his emergency declaration to all 67 counties.
Historic City News learned that as of 12:00 p.m. today, the City of St. Augustine is providing free sandbags and a do-it-yourself bag fill at Francis Field on West Castillo Drive (32084) in preparation for […]
St. Johns County Emergency Management media spokesperson Kelly Wilson updated local Historic City News reporters this morning on the status of Hurricane Dorian as we look forward to a wet weekend in Northeast Florida.
The City of St Augustine Director of Public Works, Michael Cullum, will face some truth-checking this weekend when the National Weather Services reports a combination of lunar effect and tropical-storm-turning-hurricane Dorian is likely to visit […]
Historic City News readers are patriotically invited to attend tomorrow night’s open meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party, Tuesday, August 27, 2019, starting at 6:30 p.m., where the guest speakers will be “Angel Parents” […]
At the request of temperance-matron Nancy Sikes-Kline, the City Commission meeting Monday night will be interrupted by a presentation of up to ten-minutes to hear from Regina “Gayle” Phillips, Director of the Lincolnville Museum and […]
Historic City News was notified by the 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 […]
Dennis McDonaldFlagler County, Florida Dear Historic City News editor; There was a recent article about an Ormond Beach walker being personally violated when he takes his four-mile walk each day. It sent me back to […]