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12 min ago | News 4 Jax
Protestors, including family members of Michelle O'Connell, are calling for a fresh investigation into her controversial death.
4 hrs ago | Historic City News
Historic City News spoke directly with Assistant City Attorney, Isabelle Lopez, and Director of Planning and Building, David Birchim, today to verify the unconfirmed report on Labor Day that the City of St Augustine had issued a permit allowing the construction of a controversial 7-Eleven convenience store and gas station at 179 San Marco Avenue.
7 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
Phillip Phillips, left, and John Fogerty perform onstage at the 'American Idol' finale May 23, 2012, in Los Angeles.
10 hrs ago | St. Augustine Record
While dining at the local Columbia Restaurant, patrons will have the opportunity to the St. Augustine Humane Society for the entire month.
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
A group of the Jacksonville's Veterans Day Parade walk with a balloon American flag near the Jacksonville Landing on Monday, Nov. 11, 2013.
Mariah N. Jones, 25, was in serious condition at UF Health hospital in Jacksonville when the Florida Highway Patrol released an accident report late Monday afternoon.
GARY LE VIELLE/CORRESPONDENT Samantha Cosme speaks with Maj. Betsy Evans, commander of the 53rd Brigade Special Troops Battalion during the "Honoring Those Who Perished" ceremony at The St. Augustine National Cemetery.
In a Sunday morning e-mail from Historic City News reader Kathy Schirmacher, the local news desk received unconfirmed bad news for North City residents that the building department of the City of St Augustine has issued a permit allowing the construction of a controversial 7-Eleven convenience store and gas station at 179 San Marco Avenue.
The attorney for the family of a St. Augustine woman who's death was ruled a suicide but later ruled a homicide in an independent investigation tells News4JAX there is a new witness coming forward.
Historic City News has learned that Commissioner Roxanne Horvath is taking a break from her "visioning" project for a few days to waste an estimated $2,553.17 more of the City's money on a two-week junket with her husband, Peter Rumpel, when they traveled to Aviles and Sevilla, Spain, last Tuesday, August 26th; returning home Sunday, September 7th.
With this much to say, it's best to have a nice, slow horse. That's the philosophy of former St. Augustine carriage driver, Phil King.
Like ships passing in the night, Vice-Mayor Nancy Sikes-Kline will need to stand in for St Augustine Mayor Joe Boles on Tuesday to receive an official delegation from our Sister City, Aviles, Spain; while our mayor, and a cadre of city staff members and their spouses are taking a couple of weeks to do some hobnobbing themselves - in Spain.
As someone who's spent enough decades living in St Augustine, Ponte Vedra Beach, and St Johns County; I can tell you, for a fact, that for a community that lives or dies by retelling the story of First America, we sure seem to be selling a lot of gobbledygook for truth.
Otis Mason is almost as busy in retirement as he was when he was St. Johns County's superintendent of schools.
A project by the Florida Department of Transportation would post signs at several intersections in or near St. Augustine letting people know when the bridge is raised.
Mentors: "Allen's mother meant so much to me. She was a teacher and she also taught me so much about family, always making a meal and doing something for someone.
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Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 08:51 pm
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