Two co-workers of Wolfe Technologies on a construction site at the end of Osceola Elementary Road got into trouble yesterday evening when one of the workers attempted to use a crane to lower the other […]
Dr. Bill Adams has long been known in St. Augustine as a tireless advocate of historic preservation, and now those tireless efforts have been recognized by the Florida Department of State. Floridaâ€™s Secretary of State […]
Thanks to Dr. Sue Middleton, saving the city’s brick streets is on city hall’s front burner. In an interview with Kathy Schirmacher, Secretary/Treasurer of the Citizens for the Preservation of St. Augustine (CPSA), she informed […]
With continued weakening of new and resale homes and fewer sub-prime loans available from lenders, slow real estate sales are taking their toll on real estate agencies — and St. Augustine is no exception. There […]
When a boat and its four passengers capsized in the Atlantic Ocean at Matanzas inlet yesterday, one of those stranded on a sandbar attempted the dangerous maneuver of swimming through the strong currents to shore. […]
Local news from St. Augustine should come from St. Augustine. The major, traditional print media in town relies heavily on wire service stories, even on the editorial and opinions pages. The broadcast media lacks the […]
Won’t be long now. The finishing touches are being completed to Avenue “D” Extension at it’s new intersection with U.S. 1 North; across from the Madeira sales office.
I’ve read several articles and witnessed the installation of traffic cameras in surrounding areas and have to wonder if traffic surveillance cameras are not inevitable in our future. Last week, red light cameras were activated […]
The staff at The St. Augustine Record published an editorial rightfully supporting CRA’s that allow a local government to target an incremental increase in property taxes from an area for a certain period of time […]
A Fort Myers developer is proposing to convert Oyster Creek Marina into luxury condominiums and a yacht harbor, but the plan appears to be sinking. Mark Knight, city planning and building director, said Thursday that […]
By BRENT KALLESTAD The Associated Press TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Legislature formally apologized Wednesday for its long support of slavery in a resolution calling for reconciliation.
The 2008 season of Concerts in the Plaza, begins on the first Thursday night in April and continues with concerts every Thursday at 7:00pm through August with special holiday concerts on Memorial Day and Labor […]
The Sierra Club recognized several local residents for environmental activism, leadership and service. Pictured are award recipients Bryanne Hamilton, Tom Larson and Bill Hamilton.