Would you buy it for $250,000? This property, approximately 0.64 acres total, is conveniently located next to a city sewer lift station on a street that Public Works Director, Michael Cullum, says is susceptible to […]
The City of St. Augustine proudly recognizes the personal achievement and the continued professional development of two hard-working employees who recently completed advanced degree programs; City Archeologist Andrea White and Corey Sakryd, the city’s Grants […]
Wayne E. Fusco MFCEP, Assistant St Johns County Supervisor of Elections, wants to be sure that any Historic City News readers who might not understand how the adoption of Florida’s Constitutional Amendment #4 will affect […]
A second special public meeting will be held to discuss the subject of paid parking within the City of St Augustine Beach on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 beginning at 5:00 p.m. in the commission meeting […]
As the scandal involving how, for more than five years, St Johns County Sheriff David Shoar allowed the embezzlement of more than $700,000 to occur at a desk 15-feet from his own, the Florida Department […]
On Wednesday November 21st, when St Johns County Sheriff David Shoar called a make-shift, 27-minute press conference in his private office, inviting reporters he felt would be sympathetic to his predicament, he talked about how […]
Solid waste collection schedule changed for December 25-26 only Offices for the City of St. Augustine will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, December 25 and 26, and on Monday and Tuesday, December 31 and […]
Carl Edward (Bud) Markel passed away December 19, 2018, with family members at his side. He was born in Hillsboro, Illinois on February 1, 1935.
Yesterday, the State Board of Education reported to Historic City News that former Speaker of the House Richard Corcoran was unanimously appointed to serve as Florida’s next Commissioner of Education during the State Board of […]
The Seventh Judicial Circuit reported to Historic City News that they have welcomed two new Circuit Judges and announced changes to judicial assignments for several sitting judges.