Florida Highway Patrol traffic homicide investigators reported to Historic City News that last night about 10:10 p.m., a 65-year-old St Augustine resident was killed while she attempted to cross US-1 on foot.
The St Augustine City Attorney, Isabelle Lopez, told Historic City News that she is relying on a decision in Homeless Helping Homeless, Inc. v. City of Tampa, Florida, No. 8:2015cv01219, Middle District of Florida, to […]
Historic City News learned that the City of St Augustine Fire Department was dispatched to a residential structure fire before 6:00 a.m. Sunday morning at Las Palmas on the Intracoastal condominiums in North City.
A 39-year-old St Augustine businessman pled guilty today in an agreement with federal prosecutors to charges that he violated the “anti-kickback” statute. He faces a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison.
The Florida Highway Patrol reported to Historic City News this morning that a 19-year-old man is dead after the motorcycle he was driving crashed on SR-A1A near A Street in St Augustine Beach.
According to the latest weather update from the National Hurricane Center, Historic City News local reporters have learned that Tropical Storm Emily no longer poses a danger to Florida’s Historic Coast.
Historic City News has learned that on Monday 7/24/2017, former Putnam County Sheriff, 51-year-old Jeffrey Scott Hardy, was arrested and charged with driving, or being in actual physical control of, a vehicle in Ormond Beach […]
Two brothers, both of whom have pending criminal cases in St Johns County Court, were arrested today and are being held without bond on additional charges stemming from an assault against a high-profile government activist […]
A 17-year veteran of the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office, and member of the SJSO Dive Team, Jeremy Jennings Galentine, was arrested yesterday and charged with misdemeanor battery and domestic battery by strangulation, a third-degree […]
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Flagler County sheriff’s deputies are inspecting all gas pumps after several skimming devices were located on fuel pumps at four different gas stations in Palm Coast last week.