General Counsel C. Christopher Anderson, III, Executive Director of the Florida Commission on Ethics, provided Historic City News reporters with a press release yesterday that included the official version of outcomes from a secret October […]
Historic City News obtained records from the Florida Department of Health this week indicating that seven St Johns County restaurants passed their on-site inspection with ZERO violations found on their first attempt.
Historic City News learned that on Sunday, October 27, 2019, at approximately 7:40 p.m., Deputy Brandon Cologne responded to a report of a “road rage” incident that occurred at the intersection of SR-312 and US-1 […]
Here in St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach, we’re never at a loss for things to do. Discover attractions like the St. Augustine Lighthouse. Dive into history at the Fountain of Youth and Castillo de […]
Aided with a $137,682 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, The Lightner Museum will be able to continue to preserve, study, and share its unique collections with St. Augustine and visitors to […]
The St. Augustine Art Association announced to Historic City News the names of the winners in its 18th Annual Tactile Art Show, which concluded yesterday. The juried show turns the tables on museum etiquette and […]
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office informed Historic City News that during their participation in the National Prescription Drug Take-Back on Saturday, residents safely and properly disposed of 159 pounds of unneeded or expired medication.
Ann B. Shortelle, Ph.D., Executive DirectorSt. Johns River Water Management District Dear Historic City News editor: The St. Johns River Water Management District wants Historic City News readers to know that we have launched a […]
The arrest warrant served on 65-year-old Jill Agonis last week, suspected in the murder of her husband, 81-year-old William Keefe, gives the best look thus far into previous incomplete and misstated details in St Johns […]
The question of whether the mayor should be elected by commissioners or voters returns to the City Commission agenda Monday with a public comment period.
Sheriff’s deputies reported to Historic City News that 81-year-old William Arthur Keefe died Friday October 18, of multiple gunshot wounds inside a home at 900 Oxford Drive within the Royal St. Augustine community.
The St. Augustine City Commission will convene for its regular meeting on Monday, October 29 starting at 5:00 p.m. in The Alcazar Room, City Hall, 75 King Street. Street parking is free after 5:00 p.m.
On the 3rd Saturday of next month, join Historic City News editor Michael Gold when he celebrates his birthday from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the GTM Research Reserve Visitor Center located at 505 […]
Historic City News received word that in cooperation between the US Coast Guard, St Johns County Fire Rescue and the St Augustine Fire Department, a shrimper at sea, about a mile offshore, was able to […]