The City of St. Augustine has announced to Historic City News that they will honor the Voice of Lincolnville by renaming Bravo Street to Carrie Johnson Way in a future ceremony. The proposed name change […]
The coach of the girl’s flag football team at St Augustine High School, 38-year-old Darrell Andrew Crews, was arrested on a sex offense Sunday night at about 9:08 p.m. He was taken into custody by […]
Letter: County Commissioners are doing business as usual during a pandemic Dennis StewartSt. Augustine, FL 32092 Dear Historic City News Editor, This is email I received from my County commissioner Jeb Smith in response to […]
Christina Parrish Stone, St. Johns Cultural Council Executive Director, is inviting all Historic City News subscribers to participate in a series of online concerts featuring St. Johns County based artists during the month of April.
A nationwide strike on Monday, March 30th, to demand that Instacart begin providing its delivery drivers with leave time, preventative supplies such as hand sanitizer, and hazard pay to the tune of an extra $5 […]
Historic City News local reporters were provided an overview of the CareerSource Northeast Florida Region by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity. The information from the Bureau of Workforce Statistics and Economic Research was current […]
Michael Ryan, Director of Communications for St. Johns County, informed local Historic City News reporters that St Johns County Beaches are now closed to pedestrians. We previously reported when the county banned vehicles from accessing […]
During the coronavirus pandemic, Historic City News has reported extraordinary actions that have been ordered by our government at the local and statewide level. Those include restaurant and bar provisions covered by Governor Ron DeSantis’ […]
The City of St Augustine informed Historic City News this week that Director of Finance, Mark Robert Litzinger, who turns 52-years-old on May 4th, will be retiring on May 15, 2020. Hired at 23-years-old, Litzinger […]
Wendy CrosbySt Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News editor: Does anyone know if St Johns County and the city of Saint Augustine are going to close hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and tattoo shops?
Tens of thousands of college students are asking some of the state’s universities to expand pass/fail grading for the spring semester because of the disruptions caused by the novel coronavirus outbreak, according to an article […]
Changes due to the novel coronavirus pandemic can be challenging and stressful for everyone. Know that the Disaster Distress Helpline is available for you and your loved ones in case you need to talk. Crisis […]
Seemed like an opportune time for me to offer an opinion from a long-time friend who, like me, shares a history and connection to St Johns County’s north beaches. I grew up on Vilano Beach, […]
With so much of the U.S. workforce now cooped up at home, trying to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, it’s not a huge surprise that home Internet is showing the strain. Nonetheless, it […]