Pending legislation could allow unsavory bar owners to essentially become “nationwide liquor stores”, if a new craft distillery bill (HB 583) becomes law, Wine and Spirits Distributors of Florida president Scott Ashley, testified before the […]
Historic City News readers and their families will celebrate the new year in seaside style at the St Johns County Pier in St Augustine Beach. “Beach Blast Off” at St Augustine Beach has been voted […]
The Florida Highway Patrol reported the arrest of 24-year-old Iesheia Antonia Logan, who resides at 403 Gunby Circle in Saint Augustine, in connection with a traffic homicide that occurred September 26, 2018. Investigators said that […]
St Augustine Yacht Club Commodore, Barbara Dolan, announced to local Historic City News reporters that there are still a couple of days left to register your vessel and participate in this year’s Regatta of Lights.
Christina Parrish Stone, St Johns Cultural Council Executive Director, reported to Historic City News today the names of eight local arts organizations selected to receive Fall 2019 State of the Arts grants.
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The City of St Augustine will no longer have a director of public affairs. In fact, when Historic City News received the Press Release announcing the retirement of 65-year-old Public Affairs Director Paul Williamson, the […]
This morning, State Attorney R.J. Larizza reported to Historic City News that Kim Michelle Johnston was sentenced to fifteen years in a state prison facility for driving under the influence causing death and five years […]
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. […]
Although they lost their case in Federal Court, the St Johns County School District appeared at the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta today, arguing that they should not be ordered to allow […]
A former St Johns County man, living in a St Augustine trailer park, 30-year-old Romeo Xavier Langhorne, has been charged with “attempting to provide material support and resources” to the Islamic State of Iraq and […]
A newly elected slate of officers will welcome St Johns County District 5 Commissioner Henry Dean to address the next meeting of the St. Johns County Civic Association Roundtable when they convene on Monday, December […]
Hunter S. Conrad, through his deputy clerk, Yvonne King, notified Historic City News that the Board of County Commissioners of St Johns County, Florida, will hold a special meeting on Monday, December 9, 2019, at […]
Historic City News reporters learned that the Federal Bureau of Investigation ran 202,465 criminal background checks on Black Friday alone this year, seen as a strong indicator of gun sales. In fact, according to an […]