Historic City News readers who live and are registered voters in St Johns County, Volusia County, Flagler County, or Putnam County, are being informed that the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Seventh Judicial Circuit is […]
Secretary Maureen Long has invited interested Historic City News readers to attend the next meeting of the St Johns County Roundtable on Monday, June 14th. The special guest speakers for this Zoom call will be […]
St Johns County Communications Division, Director of Communications Michael Ryan, reported to Historic City News the official closings for all departments of county government in observance of Memorial Day.
Raye Annette Brutnell will appear at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon to enter a felony plea and sentencing in the criminal matter of the State of Florida vs Raye Annette Brutnell that began three years ago, […]
Pursuant to the governor’s Executive Orders 21-101 and 21-102, the City of St. Augustine announced to local Historic City News reporters that members of the public can no longer be required to wear masks when […]
Melinda Conlon reported to Historic City News the official appointment of St Augustine Beach Police Chief Daniel Carswell from the interim position he has filled since November 9, 2020. The decision of the City Commission […]
Melissa Wissel, Communications Director for the City of St Augustine, informed local Historic City News reporters that former mayor, George M Gardner, died yesterday, Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Gardner would have turned 84-years-old next month […]
During their Tuesday regular meeting on March 16th, County Administrator Hunter Conrad presented a broad set of goals for the purpose of establishing the official “vision” for St Johns County planning. Historic City News has […]
St Augustine City Commissioners moved during their Monday evening meeting to approve a series of bills currently in the state legislature. The City is represented by a professional lobbyist. They are also members of the […]
Historic City News has reported in the past on several “false flag” indications, both from the department and from City Hall, that the police department was attempting to achieve accreditation. But in 2019, the city […]
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) released a statement to Historic City News after voting to acquit former President Donald Trump. In that statement, he explained his view of the attack on the Capitol on January […]
St Johns County Clerk of Court Brandon Patty is on a mission to gain an additional county court judge; a measure he says will help cure “unacceptable delays” in our local court system.
Former Mayor Nancy Shaver may be one of Historic City News’ best qualified sources of current information and most familiar with the resiliency issues facing St. Johns County. While in office, she traveled as part […]
Communications and Events Coordinator Melinda Conlon reported to Historic City News that at the City Commission Meeting on Monday, January 4, 2021, the City of St. Augustine Beach elected its Mayor, Vice Mayor and installed […]
Historic City News was informed that in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the following County offices will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021. All offices will resume standard business hours on Tuesday, […]
For the first time in 16-years, Historic City News is pleased to report that today, St Johns County has a new sheriff — many readers commenting that it is about 12-years overdue.
Historic City News was informed today that President Trump has signed into law a bill introduced in the US House by Representative John Rutherford of Jacksonville. This new law expands access to mental health services […]
Historic City News was informed of a failure by the private telephone company selected by city management in St Augustine to provide phone service. The failure has resulted in telephone service outages at several City […]
St Johns County Sheriff’s Patrol Shift Leader, Sergeant Coby Brandon Seckinger, died unexpectedly on Monday evening, December 14, 2020. He would have turned 43-years-old next month on his birthday, January 14, 1978.
Monday evening at the time and place proscribed by an outdated charter that nobody in City Hall seems willing to move forward for review and revision, 59-year-old Barbara I Blonder, will assume her seat at […]