Public Safety

Pedestrian dies in Friday night collision

April 14, 2018

Charges are pending in a fatal car-vs-pedestrian crash that occurred Friday night, according to a report filed by the Florida Highway Patrol this morning.

Public Safety

ABC 20/20: Michelle O’Connell – suicide or homicide

April 12, 2018

Suicide or homicide? That question still lingers for Michelle O’Connell’s family and friends nearly eight years after she was shot inside her boyfriend’s St. Augustine home and died. Historic City News readers will be watching […]

Public Safety

Compliance with asbestos removal notice at Echo House

April 12, 2018

Historic City News received word Wednesday that activist Ed Slavin has asked St Augustine city officials to delay approval of the permit to demolish the last remaining portion of the 1920’s era Echo House building […]

Public Safety

Shooter captured and held under $1.5 million bail

April 6, 2018

A twice-prior convicted felon was arrested this week, and he remains in custody at the St Johns County Detention Facility in lieu of over $1.5 million bail.  Anthony Terrell Williams, Jr who resided at 135 […]

Public Safety

Watch for increased congestion during Spring festivals

March 23, 2018

Historic City News readers have become accustomed to increased traffic congestion during the Spring festival season. The following popular events may necessitate road closures and detours in the city’s downtown area.

Public Safety

Attempted carjacking in downtown St Augustine

March 22, 2018

Historic City News received information this evening that, at about 7:30 p.m., a driver was southbound on Avenida Menendez approaching the crosswalk to the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument main entrance when she says […]

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