by Phil AmmannThe News Service of FloridaSpecial to Historic City News Florida lawmakers finished the 2019 Legislative Session Saturday by passing a budget for the upcoming year. During the two-month Session, lawmakers considered hundreds of […]
The Legislature sent Governor Ron DeSantis a bill making a number of criminal justice reforms today, and DeSantis has signaled to Historic City News that he supports the reforms. Some of the issues addressed have […]
With two men who’ve become the faces of Amendment 4 watching from the gallery, Florida lawmakers passed a controversial measure that would require repayment of financial obligations before felons’ voting rights could be restored.
In the case of the State of Florida vs Raye Annette Brutnell (18001779CFMA), Sheriff David Shoar’s handpicked Director of Financial Services, her attorney, Henry M. Coxe III, has filed for another continuance — further delaying […]
St. Augustine Beach Communications Coordinator Cindy Walker reported to Historic City News this morning that on Monday evening, April 29, the City of St Augustine Beach held a Special Commission Meeting, discussing and presenting issues, […]
Historic City News was informed that the St Augustine City Commission will hold a special meeting on Thursday, May 2 starting at 8:30 a.m. marking the start of the process to develop the city’s budget […]
After a lot of puffery from an embattled sheriff who does not like to be supervised or accountable to anyone, David Shoar fired off a damning letter to St Johns County Attorney, Patrick F McCormack, […]
Funding for VISIT FLORIDA is “closed out” and won’t be revisited unless the main budget heads decide to do so, Sen. Travis Hutson told Historic City News reporters Friday morning.
Former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum agreed today to pay a $5,000 fine in a settlement reached with a state ethics-commission attorney, who agreed to drop four of five charges of ethics violations related to […]
Come early to get a seat. We need you to speak to the commissioners during public comments (the first piece of business) in support of preserving the Ladies Memorial Association’s 1879 cenotaph.