This afternoon, Joseph Frank Bova II, who turns 32-years-old in December, was convicted of first-degree murder after a jury in Bunnell listened to evidence presented during a five-day trial. The Flagler County jury deliberated only […]
The City of St. Augustine Beach will celebrate its 60th birthday and Florida City Government Week beginning October 21st and concluding with an open house at St Augustine Beach City Hall on October 25, 2019, […]
Governor Ron DeSantis considered 189 bills that were approved by the Florida legislature in the 2019 session that ended in May. Twenty-eight new laws take effect tomorrow, October 1, 2019.
Christina Parrish-Stone, who was the director of programming for the Friends of Hemming Park for the past two years, will take over as executive director of the St. Johns Cultural Council. The council’s board unanimously […]
Historic City News received word this week that after nine years and in excess of 500 related meetings, the Saint Augustine Tea Party has been un-ceremoniously un-invited to hold its future meetings at Village Inn […]
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 Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, announced to Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court disciplined 15 attorneys in recent court orders. They disbarred four, revoking […]
Tuesday morning at about 10:00 a.m., Florida Highway Patrol information officer MSgt. Dylan L. Bryan reported to Historic City News that a pilot made a hard landing on takeoff from the Northeast Florida Regional Airport.
By the close of business Tuesday evening, the St Johns County Commission had unanimously approved a Fiscal Year 2020 budget that tops $917 million. The Fiscal Year 2019 budget (October 1, 2018 through September 30, […]
Historic City News was informed by the Engineering Division of the St Johns County Public Works Department that beginning Tuesday, October 1, 2019, road construction will begin on West Jayce Way off Ravenswood Drive.
For over 15 years, St. Johns County students have participated in an art and poetry contest called, “A Day Without Violence”. The contest focuses on peace in the home. On display are the winners of […]
In his second bill filed this Session relative to workforce issues, the proposed “Keep Our Graduates Working Act”, introduced by GOP Senator Travis Hutson of St Johns County, would mandate a moratorium on the suspension […]
Since 2015, an epidemic of desecration has erupted as extremists across Florida are waging war against our history and against the memories of our veterans by using their memorials as canvasses for social protest. Historic […]
The City of St. Augustine Beach Communications Coordinator, Cindy Walker, reported to Historic City News that last night, September 23, 2019, the City Commission held a Special Final Budget Meeting to discuss issues like the […]
Historic City News learned Friday that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement completed a three-year project to process older sexual assault kits, according to a report from FDLE Public Information Officer Gretl Plessinger.