Historic City News articles show that graffiti has been an issue in downtown St Augustine in recent years. Under instructions from city manager John Regan, the local police department has been quiet about such incidents, […]
On Saturday afternoon, Historic City News associate editor, Don Louis, reported that his lunch plans had to be cancelled because the restaurant where he was going had been notified that an employee came into contact […]
On August 1, 2011, Historic City News reported that despite the “hiring chill” and budget shortage at that time, ex-county manager, Michael Wanchick, conducted a “nationwide search” for someone to fill a “newly created” position […]
If you are one of the 93,000 Democrats or other non-Republican voters in St Johns County who fell victim to political manipulation of the race for St Johns County sheriff this year, Historic City News […]
Historic City News learned that a recent Dreamstime article, published in the Chicago Tribune, included Fort Mose in St. Augustine, Florida as an American landmark.
Hundreds of protesters, many of whom were white college boys and girls, marched from the Bridge of Lions, down St George Street in St. Augustine, as participants in a “Black Lives Matter” demonstration held Wednesday, […]
Michael Gold, EditorHISTORIC CITY NEWS I look back on 40-years of Republican Party affiliation, long before the Party was popular in northeast Florida, and wonder what the folks who taught me what it meant to […]
On May 1, 2018, Michael Gerard Cullum succeeded Martha Graham as public works director for the City of St Augustine. Cullum, who promised, but never delivered, solutions to protect city residents from the effects of […]
St Johns County Director of Communications Michael Ryan wants all Historic City News business owners to participate in the “Pledge St Johns County” program by making a commitment to CDC guidelines and to ensure St […]
Historic City News has learned additional details in the fatal car crash over the weekend that had traffic on US-1 shut down for more than two hours. The single-vehicle crash in St. Augustine occurred just […]
Melinda Conlon reported to Historic City News last night after the City of St Augustine Beach held a special meeting to deal with issues surrounding the recognition of the month of June as “Gay Pride […]
St Johns County sheriff’s patrol shift leader, Napolian Junior Staggers, was arrested after a domestic disturbance escalated to gunfire at a home in Ponte Vedra Beach this morning at about 1:17 a.m. according to a […]
The Saint Augustine Tea Party invites you to attend their open meeting Tuesday evening, June 9th at 6:30 p.m., held at the Growers Alliance Cafe and Gift Shop located at 322 Anastasia Boulevard in St […]
During this morning’s City Commission meeting, Monday June 8th, St Augustine Police Chief Barry Fox provided an update on the status of key initiatives in place at the Police Department.
IRS Supervisory Special Agent Ryan Thompson informed local Historic City News reporters that the Tampa Criminal Investigation Field Office has seen a variety of Economic Impact Payment scams and other financial schemes looking to take […]