In a video endorsement received by Historic City News this morning, Sheriff David Shoar and retiring County Commissioner Jim Bryant made public endorsements of county commissioner candidate Randy Brunson who is running in a three-way […]
Historic City News was reminded today by Penny Halyburton, St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections, that any registered St. Johns County voter may vote early by appearing at any of the Early Voting Sites listed […]
In the first presidential election since 1928 without an incumbent president or vice president seeking the nomination, St. Johns County will have a strong presence at the 2008 Republican National Convention with three St. Johns […]
The St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners has announced to Historic City News that the first public hearing to consider the Fiscal Year 2009 Recommended Budget is set for Tuesday, September 16 at 5:30 […]
â€œWe constantly look for ways to enhance communication and bring government closer to the people in a more convenient and cost effective manner,â€ County Administrator Michael Wanchick said in an announcement received by Historic City […]
Research shows that communities rich in arts and culture consistently enjoy a better quality of life according to information provided yesterday to Historic City News from Philip McDaniel, President of the St. Johns Cultural Council.
Historic City News was informed that on Wednesday, July 30th, the Board of Directors of the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce voted unanimously to oppose the county charter as proposed on the August 26 […]
City Finalizes Dates for Budget Workshop and Hearings In an announcement received by Historic City News this morning, The City of St. Augustine has announced the dates for its workshops and hearings regarding the 2008-2009 […]
Historic City News was informed this morning that the St. Johns County Family Integrity Program is inviting individuals and couples to two upcoming foster parent events.