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Daily and season passes available for the Galimore Pool

April 26, 2017

Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the start of summer, and Historic City News readers are being asked to join the celebration to mark summer’s beginning at the opening of the new season for the Galimore Community Pool on the Friday of Memorial Day Weekend, May 26th.

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St Johns County restaurant inspections

April 25, 2017

The Division of Hotels and Restaurants conducts regular inspections of public food service and lodging establishments to assure compliance with all state sanitation and safety laws.

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The taxman cometh

April 16, 2017

And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. Luke 2:1 Forget the ides of March, beware the ides of April! Did you know that it took the average taxpayer 114 days to pay federal, state, and local taxes? For those […]

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Culinary Favorites: The Cuban Cafe

April 13, 2017

Since I’m downtown eating all the time and get to see the restaurants that succeed, as well as those that fail, it seems appropriate that I pick up the “Culinary Favorites” column for Historic City News readers in search of the best hamburger or the best Cuban Sandwich in St Augustine.

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7-Eleven targets Florida including St Augustine

April 10, 2017

7-Eleven was shown the un-welcome mat last year when an uproar caused by Nelmar Terrace neighbors and others in North City was sufficient to move City Manager John Regan to use money in the city’s general fund to purchase land (above its appraised value) to prevent construction of an already permitted convenience store on San […]

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Local businesses participate in The Art of Taking Tea

April 6, 2017

The Lightner Museum will be hosting an evening of education and entertainment on Wednesday May 10, 2017, from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. in the Lightner Museum’s Historic Pool Area, where participants will learn about the development and social customs of “taking tea” while enjoying period-correct food and service.

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Your Internet provider just made your browsing a little less private

March 30, 2017

Historic City News has been following the developments as a yet-to-take-effect regulation that would have required Internet service providers – like Comcast and Verizon – to get your permission before selling your data, was overturn when congressmen voted 215-205.  Last week the US Senate also voted to overturn the regulation.

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