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.

Arts and Culture, Sponsored Stories

From France to Florida: Impressions of a 20th Century Artist

La Vie en Blue: The Life & Art of Marguerite Castaing will be displayed for the first time at the St. Augustine Art Association.

st augustine amphitheatre farmers market vendors



The Farmers Market is back with enhanced safety measures in place. Grab your masks and reusable bags to shop a variety of fresh produce and local artisan goods starting on October 10th.

Live music at restaurants in St. Augustine

Food, Music

St. Augustine Restaurants with Live Music

There are a lot of reasons to come to St. Augustine - the beaches, the history, the food, the art scene. It's time to add another one to that list.

Nights of Lights Dates Photos Information 2016 St. Augustine Florida

Community, Things to Do

St. Augustine Nights of Lights in 2020

Thankfully, Covid can't take down the best Christmas lights display in Florida, but it can change things a bit. Here's what you need to know about seeing the lights this year.

World War II Plane found washed up on shore near St. Augustine


Part of World War II Plane Found near St. Augustine

The tail section of a World War II-era plane washed up along South Ponte Vedra Beach during recent nor'easter.


23rd Annual Greek Festival in St. Augustine is To Go in 2020

Event provides authentic Greek feast via online ordering and contactless pick-up.


City solicits input for naming of Conservation Park Land at Lighthouse Park in St. Augustine

An online survey is available for two weeks to help the city in the naming of the conservation area at Lighthouse Park.

Community, Sponsored Stories

Childcare and Covid in St. Augustine, FL

What you should know about returning your child to Early Education facilities.

Best oysters in St. Augustine - Close up of raw oysters being served up with lemon


The Best Oysters in St. Augustine

They may not be the prettiest foods on your plate, but these mollusks could be the most delicious.

From left, Founder and Chairman Linda Sherrer and First Coast Blessings in a Backpack Managing Director Susan Evans.


Fighting Childhood Hunger in St. Augustine

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Network Realty raised $7,540 for First Coast Blessings in a Backpack.