Former Mayor Nancy Shaver may be one of Historic City News’ best qualified sources of current information and most familiar with the resiliency issues facing St. Johns County. While in office, she traveled as part […]
Communications and Events Coordinator Melinda Conlon reported to Historic City News that at the City Commission Meeting on Monday, January 4, 2021, the City of St. Augustine Beach elected its Mayor, Vice Mayor and installed […]
Historic City News was informed that in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the following County offices will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021. All offices will resume standard business hours on Tuesday, […]
For the first time in 16-years, Historic City News is pleased to report that today, St Johns County has a new sheriff — many readers commenting that it is about 12-years overdue.
Historic City News was informed today that President Trump has signed into law a bill introduced in the US House by Representative John Rutherford of Jacksonville. This new law expands access to mental health services […]
Historic City News was informed of a failure by the private telephone company selected by city management in St Augustine to provide phone service. The failure has resulted in telephone service outages at several City […]
St Johns County Sheriff’s Patrol Shift Leader, Sergeant Coby Brandon Seckinger, died unexpectedly on Monday evening, December 14, 2020. He would have turned 43-years-old next month on his birthday, January 14, 1978.
Monday evening at the time and place proscribed by an outdated charter that nobody in City Hall seems willing to move forward for review and revision, 59-year-old Barbara I Blonder, will assume her seat at […]
Acting Chairman Marco Rubio (R-FL) released the following statement to Historic City News today regarding the findings of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence pertaining to the challenge posed to the United States by the […]
Florida Department of Transportation Community Outreach Specialist Allen Nelson has updated Historic City News with the weekly lane closure report containing information regarding ongoing construction projects and traffic impacts for the coming week. Our readers […]
At yesterday’s meeting of the St Johns County Commission, the public had their say about one of the most controversial movements in local business news in the past couple of years — impacting the tourist […]
St Johns County Property Appraiser Eddie Creamer is excited to announce to Historic City News subscribers that his office has reached a partnership with CycloMedia to provide high resolution and street level imagery of all […]
With ballots representing 48-out-of-48 precincts reporting, Historic City News editor-in-chief, Michael Gold, stood by as the Supervisor of Elections in St Johns County, Vicky Oakes, posted her Election Day results at about 9:17:01 Tuesday night. […]