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  • City designates motorcycle parking spaces for Biketoberfest

    In anticipation of increased motorcycle traffic, the City of St Augustine has implemented its annual accommodation for the convenience of motorcycle enthusiasts visiting the area for Biketoberfest in Daytona Beach.

  • Presidential search committee says Delaney is the top choice

    When the full board of trustees of Flagler College meets next Thursday, October 21, 2021, Historic City News has learned that the presidential search committee will announce that they have concluded the national search for a permanent leader to replace former president, Joseph Gardner Joyner.

  • St Augustine airport welcomes Elite Airways

    Historic City News was invited to attend this morning’s meeting and ceremonies to officially welcome the return of commercial air service at Northeast Florida Regional Airport.  Elite Airways introduced low-fare, nonstop jet service between St Augustine and New York City through Newark, New Jersey.  Fares will start at $129 each way.

  • Letter: Silverleaf development wants to add 5600 homes and 2408 acres

    Letter: Silverleaf development wants to add 5600 homes and 2408 acres

    Al Abbatiello, Chairman
    Wm. Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway Management Group

    Dear Historic City News readers:

    The developer of the already huge Silverleaf development in northwest St Johns County is planning a major expansion.  Silverleaf has asked to add 5600 residential units and 2408 acres to the development, for a total of 16,300 new homes.  The “plan” also includes more than 3,000,000 square feet of commercial space.

  • Hutson, Renner, and Stevenson convene annual state legislative delegation hearing in St Augustine

    October 1st, Florida Representative Cyndi Stevenson, Paul Renner, and State Senator Travis Hutson convened the annual state legislative delegation hearing in St Augustine. Historic City News readers participated in this planned opportunity to be heard by our lawmakers as they head into the new legislative session in Tallahassee.

  • Man arrested after threatening to murder family members

    Yesterday, Melissa Morreale, Public Affairs Officer for Flagler County Sheriff Rick Staly, reported to Historic City News that Bunnell resident, 49-year-old Ronald Wright, has been arrested after he killed a family’s bird, destroyed the inside of a residence, and was threatening to kill family members.

  • City busily removing washed up, submerged, and ensnarled boats

    The City of St Augustine is continuing a project to clean up the Intracoastal Waterway of what it calls “derelict” vessels, according to an update received by Historic City News from Communications Director Melissa Wissel.  Boaters are asked to use caution in the area during this time.

  • Advocating for women’s health

    Nearly 75,000 abortions were reported to Historic City News in Florida in 2020, up 4% from the previous year, according to the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.