We are in a time when both Political parties are yelling “Change” several times an hour at God knows how much money a minute.
In a staff piece that appeared in PC World today, I was reminded of how “comfortable” most Internet users are with the companies who provide them with their Internet service — not realizing just how […]
We received a complaint from a reader; a complaint concerning Historic City News as well as The Record and the St. Johns County Clerk of Court who publish information about applicants for local marriage licenses.
I suppose today is a lot like November 22nd to me â€“ a day that I will always remember â€œwhere I wasâ€ when tragedy struck.
Historic City News followed the District 1 race for County Commissioner very closely during the Primary Election and in making our editorial endorsements we looked at all three candidates, focusing on the two Republicans who […]
After Tuesday’s victory by Mark Miner, Historic City News contacted the Commissioner Elect for his thoughts on the campaign and his future role as a commissioner.
State Attorney John Tanner had the 7th Circuit Court issue a warrant today for the arrest of Tropical Storm Fay alleging that “with willful intent and malice aforethought” Fay has destroyed literally hundreds of his […]
This has been an interesting election year for local campaigns — we’ve observed some similarities to past campaigns and seen several new twists on tricks learned by old dogs; not all of which were necessarily […]