At the conclusion of each academic year, Historic City News reports the names of a graduating senior from each of St. Johns County’s high schools; chosen for his or her leadership and service to school, […]
Bianca Speights reported to Historic City News that starting today, and continuing through June 10th, channel restrictions will be enforced as part of the Bridge of Lions rehabilitation project on SR-A1A, weather and unforeseen circumstances […]
Tour the 1883 Depot-Waterworks building in St Augustine during a special one-day program taking place Saturday May 4th starting at 10:30 a.m. at the St. Johns County Library Main Branch with a presentation about the […]
Historic City News readers will find many fascinating and wonderful experiences during St. Augustine’s Romanza Festivale of music and the arts.
This Annual Festival being held Friday May 3rd through 5th, commemorates the life and music of Gamble Rogers; whose passion for balladry, storytelling, and oral tradition have shaped Americana music.
Entertainment Director Crawford Boyd and Executive Director Sallie O’Hara extend their invitation to all Historic City News readers to join the celebration Saturday May 11, 2019 for Music Fest 2019 at the Vilano Beach Oceanfront […]
Historic City News was notified by Florida Department of Transportation Public Information Officer, Allen Nelson, that traffic will be impacted at the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations where roadwork is being conducted.
Historic City News was introduced to modern day Pilgrims eagerly waiting to enter St Augustine after completing their 115-mile walking and canoe adventure that has become an Easter tradition.
May is Historic Preservation Month and throughout the month the City of St. Augustine will offer several opportunities to learn about our past as well as how to preserve it for the future. Historic City […]