The City of St. Augustine has announced to Historic City News the end to water usage restrictions and the return to normal sewer service operations following Hurricane Ian.
St Johns County Director of Public Affairs, Lorena Inclán, announced today that Historic City News subscribers may be eligible for FEMA Disaster Assistance. Both St Johns County residents and businesses may be eligible to receive […]
Chief Steven J. Roberts, with the department of Interpretation, Education, and Visitor Service, informed local Historic City News reporters that the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument will reopen to the public on Sunday, October […]
Carolyn Karger informed local Historic City News reporters that Sunshine Bus service will be suspended Thursday and Friday, September 29 and 30, 2022, due to conditions related to tropical storm Ian.
The St. Johns County Department of Emergency Management reports to Historic City News that storm shelters are officially open as of noon, today.
The Council on Aging of St. Johns County is inviting Historic City News subscribers to attend a memorial for Cathy Brown, the organization’s former executive director, who passed away last month.
Angela de Gregory, Engagement Manager for the Lightner Museum, informed Historic City News that a new exhibition, Handstitched Worlds: The Cartography of Quilts, will be on view from October 7, 2022, through January 20, 2023. […]
The National Park Service has invited Historic City News subscribers to participate in an informative bird walk on Saturday, October 1 at Fort Matanzas National Monument.
Founded in 1565 by Spanish explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles, St Augustine is the perfect place for Historic City News subscribers celebrating this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month.
Kathy Fleming, the Executive Director for the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, is retiring from her role after 28 years of service.
Historic City News was informed today that local businessman Kenneth Maple is doing business as My Insurance Services representing multiple insurance carriers within St Augustine and St Johns County.
St Johns County Administrator Hunter Conrad reported to Historic City News Tuesday that Dr. Predrag C Bulic, the controversial Medical Examiner disciplined by the state board of medical examiners for his actions in handling the […]
St Augustine Beach events coordinator Melinda Conlon reminded local Historic City News subscribers to participate in the American Flag Rescue Program. For St Augustine Beach residents dropping off their worn or damaged American flags, a […]
Thousands came to the Unidos en la Música Festival 2022By: Raphael Cosme With clear skies and a stinging sun, thousands of spectators arrived at the second edition of the “Unidos en la Musica” Festival; the […]
Beth Sweeny, Director of External and Government Relations for Flagler College, reported to Historic City News this week that the inaugural Finger Mullet Film Festival will be held at the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum beginning Friday, […]
May is National Preservation Month when organizations across the United States host events that promote historic places and heritage tourism to demonstrate the social and economic benefits of historic preservation. During this month we are […]
Historic City News subscribers have been following with interest a move by the City of St Augustine to claim custody from the State of Florida of State Road 5, locally known as King Street and […]