Ronald Rawls in his own disturbed state of mind attempting to agitate black citizens to cause violence in peaceful neighborhoods and at peaceful businesses, unless they are black-owned.
David McCallister, Save Southern HeritageTampa, FL In the aftermath of two days of violent riots in Florida and across the country, our thoughts and prayers are with our leaders and law enforcement officers who are […]
Tom VerriSt Johns County, FL Dear Editor: Based on my 34 years of experience in law enforcement, working for two of the country’s largest police agencies in command-level, supervisory positions, as well as the US […]
Keith J. PerniciaroSt Johns County, FL Dear Historic City News subscribers, After much reflection, thought and prayer, I have determined to endorse Chris Strickland for our next sheriff. When I withdrew from consideration for this […]
In a prepared statement issued Tuesday by the city manager in the aftermath of Monday evening’s city commission meeting, Regan said, in considering whether the city will put on the local 2020 Independence Day fireworks, […]
Christina Parrish Stone, Executive Director St. Johns Cultural CouncilSpecial to Historic City News One month ago I could not have imagined that I would be writing to you from my home office, with my teenaged […]
Because of the fact that St Johns County commissioners say they “lost faith” in former county administrator Michael Wanchick and his ability to effectively manage county staff, Wanchick was terminated by unanimous consent of The […]
Letter: Ensuring a safe outdoor environmentDoug BatailleDirector of Parks and RecreationSt. Johns County, FL Dear Historic City News subscribers:
Letter: County Commissioners are doing business as usual during a pandemic Dennis StewartSt. Augustine, FL 32092 Dear Historic City News Editor, This is email I received from my County commissioner Jeb Smith in response to […]
Wendy CrosbySt Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News editor: Does anyone know if St Johns County and the city of Saint Augustine are going to close hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and tattoo shops?
Seemed like an opportune time for me to offer an opinion from a long-time friend who, like me, shares a history and connection to St Johns County’s north beaches. I grew up on Vilano Beach, […]
For those in the often-mocked “prepper” community, this whole coronavirus pandemic is quickly becoming their “I told you so” moment. But according to an Associated Press report, many are resisting saying that, even if it’s […]
Historic City News editor Michael Gold was seen by witnesses in the early morning hours today, Sunday March 8, 2020 at about 5:00 a.m. According to his wife, he was going to meet friends at […]
This week the House Appropriations Committee approved House member Tyler Sirois‘ bill (HB-389) that will allow pharmacists to administer flu tests; something that, in Historic City News’ view, is way overdue. St Augustine Republican Senator […]
Derek Boyd HankersonSt Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News Editor: I’m thrilled to have had members of my family who served in both southern and northern military units during the American Civil War, to include […]