Historic City News has learned through the Public Affairs communique “The St. Augustine Report” that Monday night’s city commission meeting – its first regular session in a month – will be dominated by six public […]
According to reliable sources, Historic City News has learned that there were over 1000 people total who attended the Tax Day Tea Party at the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument today between 12:00 noon […]
Historic City News learned that the Tax Day Tea Party is a national collaborative grassroots effort, born of the frustration of seeing where our tax dollars are being spent.
Six roadway projects in St. Johns County totaling $7,469,449 were recommended for funding on the list submitted by FDOT to the Florida Legislative Budget Commission for review and approval according to a report received by […]
Governor Charlie Crist today announced to Historic City News three appointments to the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.
“The commission, consisting of fourteen members, will plan, develop, and carry out programs and activities appropriate for the commemoration.” H.R.146, SEC. 7404
Historic City News has been informed of the upcoming Good Friday offices that will be closed.
Seven years ago, 138,100 cars parked in our Visitor Information Center (VIC) parking lot according to the St. Augustine Report received by Historic City News this week.
Historic City News has learned that with six public hearings, Mayor Joe Boles is predicting the city commission’s next regular meeting on April 27th could be a long one.