Just before 8:00 a.m. this morning, Public Information Officer Brittany Kershaw reported to Historic City News local reporters the discovery of a human body, found floating in the water at Graham Swamp located at 1635 […]
When Historic City News got the call in the pre-dawn hours Friday, that an arsonist had attacked the 1879 Confederate Veterans Memorial now located at Ringhaver’s Trout Creek Fish Camp, one source for the story […]
Historic City News subscribers who park downtown can reach high ground and park for free at the Historic Downtown Parking Facility, now through Tuesday, September 22nd.
The Mobility Office of the City of St Augustine informed local Historic City News reporters of immediate road closures today and Thursday along Avenida Menendez to accommodate the transfer of the historic 1879 cenotaph honoring […]
Pursuant to Section 403.077, F.S., the Florida Department of Environmental Protection informed local Historic City News reporters that they have received the following Public Notice of Pollution for a reportable release that occurred within St […]
As the City of St Augustine begins the destruction of a 141-year-old memorial to local war dead, some citizens are expressing their frustration as to how as few as three people in City Hall could […]
Historic City News was informed by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office that a beachgoer found a kilo of cocaine that washed ashore in Palm Coast on Friday.
Historic City News received word this week of an altercation that occurred Wednesday night during a political debate between Robert Hardwick and Chris Strickland, the two candidates for St Johns County Sheriff whose names appear […]
Thursday evening at approximately 4:30 p.m., the investigations unit of the St Augustine Police Department obtained an arrest warrant for 40-year-old St Augustine resident James Michael Margwarth alleging 10-counts of possession of child pornography, each […]
County spokesman Michael Ryan announced to local Historic City News reporters that St. Johns County has named a new interim director and deputy director of emergency management, which is tasked with helping the county respond […]
Although the City of St Augustine Beach announced to Historic City News last week that they would not adopt a similar ordinance, and the St Johns County Commission announced neither would they, the latest overzealous […]
Historic City News subscribers are being notified that the by the St Augustine City Commission has enacted Administrative Order 2020-11, pursuant to Resolution 2020-22, creating the following regulations. These several regulations became effective today, Saturday […]
The Florida Department of Health issued a Public Health Advisory on June 20 in response to COVID-19, providing recommendations to protect Floridians and visitors from this virus.
Historic City News articles show that graffiti has been an issue in downtown St Augustine in recent years. Under instructions from city manager John Regan, the local police department has been quiet about such incidents, […]