St. Augustine Discontinues Park Now Card

COSA: 💳 Effective immediately, the City of St. Augustine is no longer issuing new ParkNow Cards 💳 Here’s what you need to know: 💳 Current ParkNow cards Current ParkNow cards with funds will still work in the meters/kiosks and at the parking garage and should be used until balances are depleted. 💲 Existing funds Residents can transfer existing funds from the ParkNow Card to a virtual wallet on the ParkStAug mobile app. The card must be surrendered to the Parking Division, so this must be done in person at 50 Bridge Street. 🚗 Using your license plate When parking in…

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Child Struck And Killed In Hit And Run Monday Night

SJSO: At 6:16pm SJSO deputies were dispatched to the area of North Volusia Street and West King Street in reference to a hit and run incident involving a 6 year old child who was struck by a vehicle. The child was rushed to the hospital, and tragically was pronounced deceased. The SJSO Traffic Unit has initiated a Traffic Homicide Investigation. The suspect vehicle has not been located at this time, no description is available. This is an active investigation, further updates will be provided as applicable.

Two Men Found Dead in Car Following Shooting in St. Augustine

The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office in St. Augustine, Florida, is investigating a shooting incident after two men were found dead in a car on North Orange Street. The deputies responded to reports of gunshots around 11:30 p.m. on Monday. No suspects have been identified yet, but the authorities believe it was an isolated incident posing no threat to the community. The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information to contact them or call Crime Stoppers to remain anonymous. More… Read Full story: Action News Jax

Sarah Arnold elected as Chair and Roy Alaimo as Vice Chair for the St. Johns County Board

At the recent November 21 Special Reorganizational Meeting of the St. Johns County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC), notable changes in leadership roles took place. District 2 Commissioner Sarah Arnold was unanimously elected as the new chair, while District 3 Commissioner Roy Alaimo was unanimously elected as vice chair. Both will serve one-year terms in their respective roles. Chair Arnold, who previously held the position of Vice Chair, expressed gratitude for the opportunity and voiced her dedication to guiding St. Johns County’s progress. Arnold says she is deeply invested in the community. She’s involved in various local organizations, including serving…

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