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  • Fucci is not likely to face trial until late next year


    Circuit Judge Lee Smith said during a pretrial hearing at the St. Johns County Courthouse Thursday, that he hopes to set a final trial date in late 2022 for 14-year-old Aiden Fucci and his mother Crystal Smith.

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  • Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined 15 attorneys including one in Holly Hill


    Leslie H. Smith, spokesman for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that in recent court orders the Florida Supreme Court disciplined 15 attorneys, including one in Holly Hill; disbarring two, suspending eight, reprimanding one, and revoking the licenses of four. Two attorneys were placed on probation and one attorney has been ordered to pay restitution.

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  • Set the clocks back to Standard Time on November 7th


    Historic City News readers will all love to get an extra hour of sleep when we set the clocks back to Standard Time on November 7th at 2:00 a.m., but the downside is that after setting the clocks back, it gets dark early in the evening.

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  • Tourism wins when Gators and Dawgs fans head to Jacksonville for Florida-Georgia game


    Many St Johns County short-term rental operators are excited to see that guests are eager to head back to the stands and seats again as iconic competitions, like the Florida-Georgia game, and other big events like major music festivals are making a comeback.

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  • Public Notice of Pollution – St Johns County


    Pursuant to Section 403.077, F.S., the Florida Department of Environmental Protection informed local Historic City News reporters that they have received the following Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable release that occurred within St Johns County.

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  • Lightner Museum Community to hold Open House


    Lightner Museum invites Historic City News readers, St. Augustine residents, and museum members, to a free Community Open House being held on October 28th from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

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  • Constance Wiecking retires from River House Events


    Carolyn Karger reported to Historic City News this week that River House Events Sales and Marketing Manager Constance Wiecking has retired from the position she has held since River House was first constructed.

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  • Delaney named fifth president of Flagler College


    The Flagler College Board of Trustees announced to Historic City News yesterday that former Jacksonville Mayor John Delaney has been officially named as the fifth president of Flagler College.

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  • FDOT Northeast Florida Road and Lane Closures Weekly Report


    Florida Department of Transportation Community Outreach Specialist Allen Nelson has updated Historic City News with the weekly lane closure report containing information regarding ongoing construction projects and traffic impacts for the coming week.  Our readers and subscribers will be updated every Friday by 5:00 p.m., with some unavoidable exceptions and state holidays.

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  • Thousands celebrate the Canonical Coronation of Our Lady of La Leche


    By: Raphael Cosme
    Photojournalist for Historic City News

    The City of St. Augustine, the oldest in the nation, adds a new page to its history.  The Cathedral Basilica of San Agustín became the sacred center of one of the largest ceremonies in the Catholic community — the canonical coronation of Our Lady of La Leche.

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  • FDOT Northeast Florida Road and Lane Closures Weekly Report


    Florida Department of Transportation Community Outreach Specialist Allen Nelson has updated Historic City News with the weekly lane closure report containing information regarding ongoing construction projects and traffic impacts for the coming week.  Our readers and subscribers will be updated every Friday by 5:00 p.m., with some unavoidable exceptions and state holidays.

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