With his margin of victory in the Florida Senate race narrowing, Gov. Rick Scott phoned in the lawyers. Addressing reporters in Tallahassee, on Thursday night, Scott charged he was suing to stop Democrats from stealing […]
St Johns County Supervisor of Elections, Vicky Oakes, has given Historic City News a conditional notice of recount by the St Johns County Canvassing Board. If the Secretary of State orders a machine recount in […]
Tonight, Historic City News can report that the people of Florida have sent Bill Nelson into retirement — after 46 years of being nothing but an empty suit in Washington, D.C.
“It’s a huge night for Ron DeSantis and the people of Florida. Tonight, the supposed blue wave hit a BIG RED WALL,” said RPOF Chairman Blaise Ingoglia.
When UF Historic St. Augustine, Inc. convenes its next Board of Directors meeting, the controversial William Wing Loring memorial will be the first matter of business to be discussed, according to the agenda provided to […]
Gubernatorial candidate and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum will return to St Augustine, this time with an entourage from the Florida Democratic Party in Tallahassee. When Gillum visited St Augustine Saturday, March 17, 2018, he was […]
Ellis calls for national search to find new city manager Chris Ellis, candidate for City Commission, told Historic City News editor Michael Gold this week that, if elected, he is committed to completing a national […]
In conjunction with a fair housing study, required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and a condition for receiving Federal housing and community development funds, St Johns County is hosting two public […]