The Florida Department of Transportation reported to Historic City News that the City of St. Augustine is currently on-site addressing a water main break on San Marco Avenue between Dismukes Street and Missouri Avenue.
Two students at Flagler Palm Coast High School were charged with assault on Wednesday morning following an incident that began at the school on Monday, according to a report filed with Historic City News this […]
In the early-hours of Sunday morning, at about 1:15 a.m., local Historic City News reporters were notified by Florida Highway Patrol Trooper J.T. Rountree, of a two-vehicle collision that occurred when both vehicles were traveling […]
Historic City News reporters received word from motorists and businesses along Ponce de Leon Boulevard Wednesday morning that heavy black smoke was rising from an apparent structure fire across the San Sebastian River.
The Florida Highway Patrol reported to Historic City News in St Augustine the investigation of a multi-vehicle traffic homicide that occurred on I-95 just north of CR-210 at about 2:50 a.m. this morning.
At the conclusion of an emotional sentencing hearing this morning, Historic City News watched as 38-year-old James Terry Colley Jr., previously convicted in the murder of his wife and friend in her north St. Johns […]
On Wednesday November 14, 2018, two financial division employees, one of whom has been employed for 15-years, the other for 25-years, told Sheriff David Shoar that they were concerned about “suspicious vendor accounts” being paid […]
St Augustine Police Chief Barry Fox told Historic City News that he informed State Attorney R J Larizza that there are nine individuals who he believes are in violation of state law regarding the operation […]
Raye Annette Brutnell, former executive assistant to Sheriff Perry and Sheriff David Shoar, most recently Shoar’s appointee as Director of Finance for the St Johns County Sheriff’s Office, has surrendered herself to the custody of the Flagler County […]
As part of a continuing Florida Department of Transportation drainage improvement project, detours will be in place to safely complete drainage work on SR-207 at SR-206 starting Monday, November 26, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.