Hankerson Henry Productions announced to Historic City News that their independent documentary, “Gullah Geechee Corridor and the East Coast Greenway” is now available for purchase on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play. The Video on Demand […]
Historic City News readers have been invited to meet filmmaker Mallory Hopkins, creator of the documentary, “The Oldest City Underwater”, during a special upcoming exhibition next week at the Anastasia Island Branch Library.
In response to regular telephone calls, e-mail and text messages, Historic City News editor Michael Gold took the opportunity recently to reach out to former St Augustine mayor, Nancy Shaver, just to catch up on […]
As part of the reconstruction improvements on San Marco Avenue, Historic City News readers will notice a change in traffic patterns on Wednesday, August 21st when traveling westbound on May Street from Vilano Beach.
A Town Hall meeting will be held by St Augustine Beach Commissioner Dylan Rumrell on Thursday, August 29, 2019, at The Courtyard by Marriott Hotel. Interested Historic City News readers are encouraged to attend and […]
Ladies Memorial Association, a Tampa-based group of volunteers interested in protecting veteran memorials in Florida (not affiliated with the local non-profit Ladies Memorial Association of St Augustine Inc) reported to Historic City News that last […]
The office of Florida Senator Travis Hutson reported to Historic City News last week the introduction of SB-130, which would cede job-growth grant fund money to “certain” charter schools. His proposed legislation focuses on workforce […]
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 […]
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office reported to Historic City News on Friday afternoon that a former Flagler County physician, 59-year-old Florence Fruehan, pled “no-contest” to a negotiated charge of battery against a person 65-years-old, or […]
It has been the experience at Historic City News that almost every time local government attempts to tell local business owners how to run their businesses; or worse, tries to regulate the operation of privately […]