As the mid-term session of the Florida legislature proceeds over the next 60-days, Historic City News will report on issues of interest to our subscribers; residents, employees, and those connected to our home in St […]
All departments of the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners and Administrative offices, St Johns County library branches, the Property Appraiser’s office, the Tax Collector’s office, the Clerk of Courts’ office, and the Supervisor […]
Historic City News learned that Governor Ron DeSantis issued executive orders Thursday removing two Sumter County commissioners from office for allegedly lying under oath during an investigation into possible Sunshine Law violations.
St Augustine Fire Chief Carlos Aviles announced to Historic City News reporters that Fire Safety Inspector Abby Pedigo has been selected as the City’s next Fire Marshal. Pedigo will succeed retiring Fire Marshal Bob Growick […]
St Augustine Fire Chief Carlos Aviles announced to local Historic City News reporters that Fire Prevention Chief Bob Growick will be retiring from the City effective February 22, 2022. Chief Growick is a 40-year veteran […]
As Historic City News subscribers ring in 2022, St Johns County Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes says that she is prepared for the elections in the coming year and she thinks our readers should be, […]
Historic City News readers attending last week’s meeting of the St Johns County Board of Commissioners on December 21st welcomed Sarah Arnold to the Board. Arnold took the ceremonial oath of office in the presence […]
St. Johns County Clerk of the Circuit Court and Comptroller Brandon J. Patty reminds Historic City News subscribers that many Clerk services are available online even when physical offices are closed.
On December 20, 2021, the City of St Augustine reported to Historic City News that a new assistant city manager position has been created within the organization. City Manager John Regan has promoted Planning and […]
Amy Skinner, Deputy Director of Planning and Building for the City of St Augustine since 2016, has been appointed to replace recently promoted Planning and Building Director David Birchim. Skinner has worked for the city […]
St Johns County Tax Collector Dennis Hollingsworth reported to Historic City News that his offices are now selling Beach Driving Passes for 2022, suggesting that they make “great stocking stuffers” for the holiday season.
On Monday, December 13, Governor Ron DeSantis announced to local Historic City News reporters the appointment of 36-year-old Sarah Salley Arnold to the St Johns County Board of County Commissioners.
From a special press conference held in (Let’s Go) Brandon, Florida, Historic City News reporters learned that Governor Ron DeSantis has signed, sealed, and delivered a win for individual freedoms in our state through four […]
During the special reorganizational meeting of the St Johns County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday morning, Historic City News welcomed District 5 Commissioner Henry Dean to the dais to serve as Chairman for the coming […]
Claiming that Florida is fed up with Republican Governor Ron DeSantis and his “games”, a spokesman for the Democratic Governors Association is calling DeSantis “vulnerable” as the governor officially filed paperwork to run for re-election […]
Historic City News has received notification from government offices in the City of St Augustine, St. Johns County, and the City of St. Augustine Beach that they will be closed Thursday in recognition of Veterans […]
During the regular Tuesday meeting of the St Johns County Commission, District 2 Commissioner Jeb S Smith formally announced his resignation to serve as president of the Florida Farm Bureau: the state’s largest agricultural organization […]
October 1st, Florida Representative Cyndi Stevenson, Paul Renner, and State Senator Travis Hutson convened the annual state legislative delegation hearing in St Augustine. Historic City News readers participated in this planned opportunity to be heard […]
Nearly 75,000 abortions were reported to Historic City News in Florida in 2020, up 4% from the previous year, according to the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.
Twenty new judges have been appointed in Florida and Historic City News was informed that one of those new judges is coming to the 7th Judicial Circuit for St Johns County. Altogether, nine of the […]