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4 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
Four hundred and forty-nine years ago, in September 1565, Admiral Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles stepped ashore on Matanzas Bay and founded St. Augustine, Florida, the oldest continuously occupied, European city, port, and parish in the continental United States.
9 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
The Pilot Club of St. Augustine celebrated 78 years of friendship and service July 20 when members hosted an afternoon tea at the Davis Shores home of Faith Tiberio of St. Augustine and Sherborn, Mass.
9 hrs ago | Historic City News
Floridians face a Monday 5:00 p.m. deadline to register to vote in the August 26 Primary Election; an election in which many St Johns County voters will decide the outcome some important election contests.
12 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Today, the Saint Augustine Tea Party 's Town Crier committee returned to the streets in the historic district of St. Augustine, Florida to assess public opinion.
PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COM A family photo shows Janie Price, second from the left on the front row, when she graduated from nursing school in 1947.
Homes For Our Troops held their 3rd key ceremony in St. Johns County since 2011.
Today St. Augustine showcases and boasts about its historic buildings. Some are almost 300 years old.
From St Augustine to Chicago, Godzilla fan 13-year-old Raphael Cosme Jr. flew with his promo film and a lot of energy to participate in the XXI G-Fest July 10-13 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Chicago.
From left, Jayson, 13, Lisa, Brandon, center, Nicole and Claire, 3, Long await to enter their new specially adapted home at Honey Branch Lane on Saturday morning, July 26, 2014.
PETER.WILLOTT@STAUGUSTINE.COM Jon Williams is the owner of St. Augustine Textiles, a store that specializes in colonial clothing, cloth, weapons and household items from 1530 to the American Revolution.
One of three Farm to Family collection boxes in St. Augustine is located in the Starving Artist Gallery on Cuna Street.
Civil rights landmark returning to St. Augustine ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - A 1960s civil rights era landmark is returning to its St. Augustine roots.
If your house in St. Augustine Beach is worth about $200,000, the property taxes you pay to the city should remain just below $500 a year, if city commissioners end up approving a proposed budget they will begin tinkering with Monday.
Laurie Sanderson reported the following St Augustine and St Johns County locations to Historic City News where the Florida Department of Transportation will be conducting roadwork that is expected to have an impact on driving, beginning this morning and continuing through the coming week.
El Galeon, the tall ship based in St. Augustine, sets sail for a 5-city tour. Jessica Clark shares photos and videos from the week she lived aboard.
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Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 12:50 pm
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