St Johns County Director of Communications, Michael Ryan, reported to Historic City News today that the ocean and fishing pier will be closed beginning on Monday, January 6th. Repairs and rehabilitation are expected to continue […]
The City of St Augustine Beach announced to local Historic City News reporters that their Sustainability and Environmental Planning Advisory Council is conducting a “Climate Change Challenge” survey until March 25, 2020.
While cautioning Historic City News readers that strands of Christmas lights should not be disposed of in recycle bins, the City of St. Augustine reminds the community to set unadorned holiday trees curbside for pick-up […]
On Monday, December 23rd, at 5:45 p.m., Chabad of St Johns invites Historic City News families to participate in the Chanukah Helicopter Gelt Drop; when chocolate coins will rain down from the sky at the […]
The Career and Technical Education Office invited Historic City News readers to attend the “Programs of Choice Showcase” with their St Johns County middle and high school students on Thursday, January 9th at the World […]
The St Johns County Planning and Zoning Department reported to Historic City News that an applicant-sponsored community meeting is being held to allow the public an opportunity to learn about and participate in the planning […]
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 readers and their families will celebrate the new year in seaside style at the St Johns County Pier in St Augustine Beach. “Beach Blast Off” at St Augustine Beach has been voted […]
St Augustine Yacht Club Commodore, Barbara Dolan, announced to local Historic City News reporters that there are still a couple of days left to register your vessel and participate in this year’s Regatta of Lights.
Christina Parrish Stone, St Johns Cultural Council Executive Director, reported to Historic City News today the names of eight local arts organizations selected to receive Fall 2019 State of the Arts grants.