The Board of the St. Augustine, Ponte Vedra & The Beaches Visitors & Convention Bureau reported to Historic City News that August 25, 2017 will be Richard Goldman’s last day. He has served as President […]
Richard Gonzmart, a fourth-generation co-owner of the famed Columbia Restaurant, has agreed to fund a $2,500 annual scholarship for the next five years to deserving students majoring in Hospitality and Tourism Management at Flagler College, […]
GateHouse Media’s parent company, New Media Investment Group, (NYSE:NEWM) announced to Historic City News today an agreement to acquire 79 publications and related assets of Morris Publishing Group, including The St. Augustine Record and The […]
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.
After officials in St Augustine’s tourism marketing business jumped into action this afternoon, the highly utilized travel authority, TripAdvisor.com, removed criticism by one of their users who reported their derogatory experience with panhandlers during their […]
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Micromanagement is routinely the top complaint people have about their bosses according to a report aired today on NPR News. In today’s job market where workers have more options, that’s a bigger problem for employers.
As if Historic City News readers didn’t already know, St Augustine was selected as the prettiest town in the State of Florida in a recent compilation by THE DAILY MEAL that was published on today’s […]
St. Johns County Director of Communications Michael Ryan, has invited all Historic City News readers to attend a free SCORE workshop aimed at helping small business owners find sources of commercial funding.
Since the closing of the 5,000-square-foot Absolute Americana Art Gallery at 77 Bridge Street across the street from the city finance department, Historic City News readers have been speculating if another cultural venue would materialize. […]