Here in America’s Oldest City, inspired by an ancient Spanish holiday practice of displaying lit candles on windowsills, the Annual Nights of Lights is set to brighten up the holidays once again. To experience the […]
A proposed ordinance at Monday’s City Commission meeting to add regulations to city parks and other public and semi-public venues prompted a series of suggestions for naming parks and streets.
Media relations officer Dee Brown reported to Historic City News this morning that the St Augustine Police Department is actively investigating a shooting incident that occurred about 8:45pm last night.
The Waterworks Building on San Marco Avenue will be opened for a docent-led walking tour on Saturday, January 25th. There is no charge for admission, however space is limited and registration is required in advance.
Peter W. LabereeMedford, New JerseySpecial to HISTORIC CITY NEWS We would all like to live in a world without hate. Indeed, most of us would like to live in a life without hate.
Cheryl Freeman, director of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of St Johns County, reported to Historic City News that the St. Johns County School District Volunteer Services department will be hosting a Mentor Fair […]
The 60-days to come will be perilous for taxpayers in Florida, because the legislature is in session. State senators and representatives will be advancing their favorite Bills while the hallways of the Capitol become a […]
Mayor Tracy Upchurch and city attorney Isabelle C. Lopez were placed on notice this month that should the city attempt to impose weekly minimum rental requirements on short-term rentals, they will go afoul of state […]
Historic City News will be reporting on three separate resolutions that come before the St Augustine City Commission on Monday evening. Two marine issues will be discussed; a resolution to fund Salt Run dredging and […]
Michael Gold, Editor in ChiefHISTORIC CITY NEWS Every year in January, Brenda Parker returns to the community where she and her husband Ron were living in 1975. The young couple moved to St Augustine from […]
During the first meeting of the new year, Historic City News reporters will be watching Monday evening when St Augustine city commissioners consider five new ordinances on first reading. If approved, the ordinances will advance […]
A St Johns County Sheriff’s Office spokesman reported to Historic City News that a Walgreens employee was arrested Thursday after she stole more than 200 prescription pills from the pharmacy’s store located on CR-210 West.
Since the early settlement of St. Augustine, people have been putting down roots and creating neighborhoods. St. Augustine has seven that are unique and have such historical significance that they have been listed as National […]
There will be two speakers of interest before the St Johns County Civic Association Roundtable, when they convene Monday, January 13th at 9:00 a.m. Important Information will be presented on the Census and Water Issues […]
Historic City News readers are patriotically invited to attend the upcoming meeting of the Saint Augustine Tea Party. Please arrive early as seating will be limited. Chairman Lance Thate will call the meeting to order […]