St. Augustine Local Business
Local business in St. Augustine, FL
Friday | via The Sand Trap
I enjoy playing by myself. I use the time to practice. This summer I played at the crack of dawn sometimes before 5 AM. Comment?
Wednesday Mar 5 | via Folio Weekly
The wisecracking captain of the Osprey opted out of the insurance industry to lead scenic tours out of St. Augustine After 25 years, Brooks Mitchell quit the insurance industry cold turkey to find his true calling. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 4 | via SBWire
Leading high-end real estate firm, Distinguished Homes Realty LLC , says that 2014 will be year that sees an upswing in investment in oceanfront homes. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 4 | via GlobeSt.com
Join us at the Convene in NYC, where we will be covering the entire national net lease, sales leaseback and 1031 exchange market across the property type. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 4 | via CSRwire.com
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla., Mar. 04 /CSRwire/ - Nominations are now open, running until June 8, 2014, for the 2014 EthicMark Awards for ads and media campaigns that "uplift the human spirit and society." Comment?
Monday Mar 3 | via Business Journal
Flagler Development has sold a large tract of residential and commercial land in St. Augustine, according to St. Johns County property records. Comment?
Friday Feb 28 | via News 4 Jax
He's charged with burglary and possession of burglary tools. [REAL-TIME CLOSED CAPTIONING PROVIDED BY U.S. CAPTIONING COMPANY] A SUSPECTED BURGLAR CAUGHT ON THE ROOF OF THIS SOUTHSIDE WINN-DIXIE, NOW LOCKED UP AND POLICE BELIEVE THEY MAY HAVE SEEN THIS M.O. BEFORE. Comment?
Thursday Feb 27 | via PR.com
Leading Jacksonville and St. Augustine, Florida, real estate company Davidson Realty, Inc. announces that agent Michael Narace has earned the nationally recognized Military Relocation Professional Certification. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 26 | via Town Topics
In November of 2012, there were no commercial airplanes flying in and out of Trenton/Mercer Airport. Comment?
Monday Feb 24 | via Business Journal
NTE Energy CEO Seth Shortlidge, left, poses with Kings Mountain Mayor Rick Murphrey at the $450-million power plant announcement Monday. Comment?