Florida Senator Travis Hutson (Rep Dist 7) reported to Historic City News in St Augustine that Tuesday, March 5th marked the Opening Day of Florida’s 2019 Legislative Session. The Senate, House of Representatives, and Cabinet […]
In one of the most refreshing announcements for an elected public official in St Johns County, Historic City News was notified that St Johns County Property Appraiser, Eddie Creamer, has begun publishing monthly financial statements […]
Historic City News learned today that 62-year-old Tracy Wilson Upchurch, who is a resident of Old Quarry Road on Anastasia Island, officially became St. Augustine’s 120th mayor since the end of the city’s colonial period […]
At the conclusion of last night’s continuation of the March 4th regular City Commission meeting, high profile and controversial St Augustine Beach Commissioner Rich O’Brien announced his resignation, effective immediately.
On March 4, 2019 the City of St Augustine Beach informed Historic City News of the details of their regular City Commission meeting. Cindy Walker reported that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss […]
Historic City News local reporters watched this morning as the remaining four members of the St Augustine City Commission took less than 30-minutes to unanimously decide that 62-year-old Tracy Wilson Upchurch will serve out the […]
With Nancy Shaver’s resignation as St. Augustine Mayor yesterday, Thursday, February 28th, the clock started running for the remaining four members of the city commission to select an interim mayor to complete her term of […]
Historic City News learned that former St Johns County Assistant County Administrator, Jerry Cameron of St Augustine, starts a new contract as the interim County Administrator for neighboring Flagler County effective today, March 1, 2019.
St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver says that she has come to a difficult decision. After talking with her medical team and family members, it is with deep regret that she resigns her elected position effective […]
In what turned out to be nothing more than a three-minute verbal assault against the mayor and city commission Monday night, Historic City News listened closely as Gainesville resident Ronald Rawls, Jr.; an overbearing man […]