Governor Charlie Crist announced to Historic City News that he will hold a town hall meeting on the Naval Mayport Station to provide an opportunity for the Navy community and citizens of Florida to voice […]
St. Johns County Health and Human Services has reported to Historic City News that their department has several spring events planned.
Governor Charlie Crist issued “A Week of Sunshine” Proclamation received by Historic City News today recognizing March 15-21, 2008 as Sunshine Week for the citizens of the State of Florida.
Dana Ste. Claire, national director of museum services for Historic Tours of America, will be interim director for St. Augustine’s 450th Anniversary by action of the St. Augustine City Commission at last nights meeting.
Mayor Boles unfolded a list of major projects in the works for the Ponce de Leon Quincentenary in 2013 and our 450th in 2015.
If a proposed ordinance is advanced Monday, the heavily traveled intersection of US 1 and SR 207 will no longer be a soliciting site.
Historic City News learned from discussion at the last city commission meeting that the City is considering the enactment of a cell phone tower ordinance which will be on the agenda for this Monday.
George Gardner reported to Historic City News through The St. Augustine Report that a $480,000 design and build contract is going before the City Commission for approval Monday night, signaling a start to the long-awaited […]
Historic City News has verified that on yesterday, as threatened, a group of downtown artists filed suit against the city in United States District Court through their attorneys; Sheppard, White, Thomas & Kachergus, P.A. of […]
Against the backdrop of increasing public concern regarding the impacts of the economic downturn and decreasing revenues, it was reported to Historic City News that the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners and the […]