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 […]
Among several “deregulation” Bills moving through the legislature, a pair of Bills that would permanently change local occupational licensing schemes, are promising to achieve uniformity and create a predictable business environment.
by Associated Press The printed newspaper industry has been devastated by changing technology that has sent the vast majority of people online in search of news. While McClatchy and others have pushed digital operations aggressively, […]
As of February 1st, Historic City News learned that Airbnb, one of the world’s largest marketplaces for unique, authentic places to stay and things to do, had entered into agreements to collect and remit local […]
The Florida Bar, the state’s guardian for the integrity of the legal profession, announced to Historic City News reporters that the Florida Supreme Court disciplined 13 attorneys in recent court orders; disbarring two, revoking the […]
Odd Birds Bar and its adjacent restaurant Odd Birds Loft are combining and relocating to 200 Anastasia Boulevard in mid- to late-February according to Cesar Diaz, co-owner of Odd Birds Group. Historic City News learned […]
Historic City News learned that more than $1 billion in rental income was generated in Florida last year by the vacation rental home marketing company Airbnb. An announcement appeared in Florida Politics today quoting a […]
Here in America’s Oldest City, inspired by an ancient Spanish holiday practice of displaying lit candles on windowsills, the Annual Nights of Lights is set to brighten up the holidays once again. To experience the […]
The State of Florida passed a constitutional amendment, reported by Historic City News in 2004, that set the minimum wage paid locally above that required by federal law. The minimum wage in Florida is adjusted […]
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 15 attorneys to be disciplined, disbarring five and […]
Historic City News obtained records from the Florida Department of Health this week indicating that 141 St Johns County restaurants passed their on-site inspection at the first visit during the past 30 days.