Two workshops scheduled for April 28 and April 30, are being held by the SJC Tourist Development Council (TDC) to assist not-for-profit groups in applying for Category II funding support for special events. Last year, […]
St. Johns County Fire Rescue coordinated with the City of Palatka for their quarterly Special Operations Training, according to a report filed by St. Johns County Administrator, Michael D. Wanchick.
The St. Johns County Administratorâ€™s Bi-Weekly Letter filed Friday, April 18, 2008, provided announcements regarding the following members of the Board: Commissioner Jim Bryant attended the 2nd Annual Chase-Rescorla Scholarship Fundraiser on Friday, April 5, […]
The Wednesday, April 16 meeting of the City of St. Augustine Planning and Zoning Board will be rebroadcast in its entirety on Wednesday, April 23 at 9:00am on GTV, Comcast Channel 3, according to an […]
The second quarterly edition of the City of St. Augustine Beach newsletter was released this month. This issue covers the appointment of the new Assistant Chief of Police, Joni Mathis, who replaced Joseph Sisti; City […]
Local discussion forums and news sites have been speculating whether George Gardner will in fact run for re-election. Gardner, a former Mayor, currently holds Seat 3 on the St. Augustine City Commission; a seat which […]
Two items on tonightâ€™s regular agenda before the Hastings Town Commission are likely to spark some debate. During the â€œOld Businessâ€ segment, Lt. Dan Chitwood will address actions taken at the commission’s meeting last month […]
As more local students and St. Augustine residents consider using their computerâ€™s high-speed Internet connection for making and receiving telephone calls, a potentially lifesaving service that most of us take for granted must also be […]