When you think of the man or woman who leads from the front of the county’s primary law enforcement agency, the person citizens depend on to protect them from hardened criminals and life threatening emergencies, you would like to think you are counting on someone unafraid of the dangers inherent in the job of sheriff. […]
By Lance Thate, Chairman Saint Augustine Tea Party Special to Historic City News While the thunder roared and the rain poured outside, another storm raged inside at the regularly scheduled Monday night commission meeting of the City of St Augustine Beach on April 3, 2017.
Eris Ash St Augustine, FL Why pay to go to the movies when you can watch St Augustine from your car?
John P. Regan Jr Oklahoma City, OK Dear Historic City News Editor: I’m writing this letter in response to a recently published letter to the editor, “Bad experience at Giggling Gator” – published March 22, 2017.
Katie Christiansen Winter Park, FL Dear Historic City News editor: On Sunday afternoon, March 12, 2017, my girlfriend and I went to this bar because we were looking for things to do in St. Augustine and we love to find little bars off-the-beaten-path.
Name withheld to protect whistleblower St Augustine, FL Dear Historic City News editor: St. Johns County policies state that any contract with a vendor over $3,000 must be put out to bid through the RFP process.
Michael Gold, Editor HISTORIC CITY NEWS Last week the City of St Augustine distributed a press release announcing “free” shuttle service and parking for the public on the first three Saturdays in April. Historic City News readers know that there is no “free lunch” — especially under the current administration at City Hall. And, as […]
Lance Thate, Chairman St Augustine Tea Party Dear Historic City News Editor: The complete story regarding the public’s show of support for President Trump on February 27th has not been told.
Dennis McDonald Flagler County FL Dear Historic City News editor: This year our new Speaker of the Florida House Richard Corcoran brought in on his own initiative, the ability for Floridians to gain eye witness to the inner sanctum of the Florida lobbyist pay to play world in Tallahassee legislation.
Next Friday, March 17th, $5.3 billion dollars will be spent celebrating St. Patrick’s Day 2017; that’s about $38 per celebrant according to a recent report from data provider WalletHub.