Wells Fargo’s small business customers spent much of the week expressing their frustration with the bank after they were told that they might be better off going elsewhere for a Paycheck Protection Program loan.
Whetstone Chocolates reported to Historic City News that their local business is thanking local hospital staff, police, and other emergency workers during the COVID-19 pandemic with Easter chocolates to help brighten their spirits.
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 […]
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 […]
The American Hotel and Lodging Association released data yesterday indicating that nearly 400,000 jobs have been cut in the State of Florida amid the coronavirus outbreak.
St Augustine Mayor Tracy Upchurch announced coronavirus business closures Tuesday, but in an interview with First Coast News yesterday, he admitted that it felt counterintuitive.
Zachary Lively, Director Of Communications for the St. Augustine Pirate & Treasure Museum and Colonial Quarter Experience, announced to local Historic City News reporters the decision of’s St Augustine company businesses to suspend operations until […]
St. Johns County is reviewing development for a proposed 104-seat Culver’s restaurant at Moultrie Road and US-1 South in St. Augustine. Culver’s Franchising System LLC reported to Historic City News that they are planning to […]
Historic City News finds that relaxed social media policies are trending among American companies; in fact, more companies want their workers to be active on social media. Frequently it may even be part of their […]
Historic City News received word from the City of St. Augustine Beach announcing that they are “Going Green” this year. Starting January 1, 2020, the City is launching a “Go Green SAB” campaign, which encourages […]
The House passed legislation Wednesday (HB 7) that would allow public notices to go on city websites instead of printed local newspapers. For 20-years Historic City News has campaigned in support of such legislation which […]
The Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, announced to local Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court recently ordered disciplined 11 attorneys, disbarring two, reprimanding two, admonishing […]
Rainer Pereira Da Silva, managing partner of Hangar One Restaurant Concepts, LLC., reported to Historic City News the scheduled grand opening of Hangar One Bistro Airport Eatery & Bar, the latest addition at Northeast Florida […]
Five years ago, Vincent and his wife Amber Russo, launched their new company; “FaceLogics”. With a career in law enforcement spanning 30 years, Russo knows a thing or two about the value of good pictures […]