Historic City News was notified that firefighters were responding to a residential structure fire at 2:46 a.m. this morning in the Ravenswood Subdivision at 4 McWillams Street.
St. Augustine Fire Chief Carlos Aviles informed local Historic City News reporters that his department was awarded a $31,595.39 grant to cover 100% of the purchase price of a new special use all-terrain vehicle.
Bryan L. Shorstein, Public Information Officer for State Attorney R.J. Larizza, informed local Historic City News reporters that at the conclusion of a hearing this morning, 47-year-old Michael McCabe of Port Orange was sentenced to […]
Public Information Officer Cecilia M. Aiple reported to Historic City News today that officers were called to Target, located at 1440 S. Ponce de Leon Boulevard in St Augustine, just after 9:30 p.m. on Thursday […]
United States District Judge Brian Davis today sentenced 30-year-old Justin Gregory Pennington who resides on Magnolia Shoals Way in Ponte Vedra Beach, together with 54-year-old Marcelene M. Keesbury and 50-year-old Charles M. French, both of […]
During the morning hours on December 28, 2017 the St. Augustine Beach Police Department reported to Historic City News that complaints had been received from two local businesses whose front windows had been smashed in […]
Brittany Kershaw informed local Historic City News reporters Friday that a Palm Coast man has been arrested in Knoxville, Tennessee and he is in the process of extradition back to Florida. According to the arrest […]
Public Safety reporters for Historic City News periodically obtain the results of physical inspections of public food service establishments from the records of the Florida Division of Hotels and Restaurants located in Tallahassee.