Deciding whether to create a US Central Bank Cryptocurrency

September 23, 2021

The US central bank has been thinking about a digital dollar for over a year. The Fed is carefully evaluating whether it will issue a Central Bank Digital Currency.  If it does, it will also […]


First Friday Art Walk on October 1st

September 22, 2021

The Art Galleries of St. Augustine has invited Historic City News subscribers to browse the latest art exhibits, enjoy refreshments, and live entertainment while they explore the galleries and talented artists that are proud to […]


Florida Supreme Court disciplines 10 attorneys

April 2, 2021

Leslie H. Smith, spokesman for the Department of Lawyer Regulation of The Florida Bar informed local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court has recently disciplined ten attorneys, disbarring one, revoking the licenses […]


Florida’s Historic Coast is open for business

January 12, 2021

Historic City News was informed by Barbara Golden, spokesman for the Visitors and Convention Bureau that Florida’s Historic Coast is “open for business” and there are some really cool things happening in 2021. Golden asks […]


Light Up the Beach 2020

November 30, 2020

To support their businesses and community, the City of St. Augustine Beach is promoting several socially responsible events that will encourage Historic City News subscribers to the beach throughout the 2020 holiday season. These fun […]

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