Happening in St. Augustine

Stay in-touch with the most recent St. Augustine news, announcements and activity happening in the ancient city. From new restaurant openings, Q&As with community leaders, event updates, and round-ups from our editors you'll want to bookmark this page for a quick link to see what's new in the nation's oldest city, St. Augustine, FL.

Gamblefest performer Michael Jordan joins Sing Out Loud virtual sessions in St. Augustine

Arts and Culture, Community, Music

Gamble Rogers Music Festival performers from St. Augustine join Sing Out Loud Virtual Sessions

The 25th Annual Gamblefest continues with live stream concerts in 2020 with St. Augustine musicians joining together to perform virtually from St. Johns County locations.

Health, People, Sponsored Stories

A Patient-Centered Approach to Skin Cancer Treatment

Cancer Specialists of Northeast Florida at Flagler Health+ has the philosophy that patient-centered care should be consistent with one’s personal values while offering leading-edge treatments delivered in a community-based setting close to our patients’ homes and loved ones.

ribbon cutting ceremony at rain river learning center in st augustine florida


Rain River Learning Cuts the Ribbon on a New Center in St. Augustine

The center seeks to fill a local need for safe, curriculum-based, comprehensive, compassionate childcare for children.

a dog in a suit with a manila folder that says top secret


St. Augustine Humane Society Names Winning Pets of the 2021 Pin Up Paws Pet Calendar

Twelve local dogs and cats will strut their stuff for a good cause as the calendar funds the mission of the Humane Society.

a senior carer walks with a senior and his dog


Senior Care Experts Serving St. Augustine Offer Pandemic Solutions for Older Adults

Home Instead Senior Care is sharing tips and tools to help older adults stay healthy and happy at home as COVID-19 impacts continue.

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Arts and Culture, Community

St. Augustine Author & Flagler College Professor Pens Book About British Musicals That Came to America

Thomas S. Hischak has released “The Mikado to Matilda: British Musicals on the New York Stage," an exploration of titles from across the pond and their success in the US.

owners Alayna Brewer and Jamie Umberger in southern vibes tasting room and wine cellar


Southern Vibes Tasting Room and Wine Cellar Opens for Business in St. Augustine

With a small batch glass of wine in hand, you can settle in for a sip at this new and inviting tasting room in Murabella.

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A Virtual Town Hall will be Held with St. Johns County Commission Candidates

The virtual town hall will be hosted on August 13, and the Traditional Straw Poll open for votes August 11-14.

a competitor in The Liqui Moly ProWatercross National Tour on the water in daytona beach


The ProWatercross National Tour is Coming to Vilano Beach

For two days of racing, the Liqui Moly ProWatercross National Tour will appear in Vilano Beach on August 8-9.

the st augustine lighthouse against a blue and purple sky with dark palm trees in the foreground

Arts and Culture, Community

World War II Exhibit Set to Open at the St. Augustine Lighthouse on August 1

“Guardians of the First Coast: Building Readiness for World War II" will honor the men and women who defended our shores during the war.