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St. Petersburg Sanitation Director Ben Shirley died last week at age 68, ending his nearly half-century employment with the city. He left behind two grieving families.
'Women who care' raise money for charity
The story of prostitution, stripping and crime is becoming a movie called Zola. The production has been filming in the Tampa Bay area since Oct. 29, confirmed St.Petersburg-Clearwater film commissioner Tony Armer.
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH — Mary-Rose Holmes and her husband Dwight had seasonal tourists in mind when they bought their place among the small cottages on the sand two decades ago.But they’ve never once offered it for rent. Instead, they moved...
Hoyt Hamilton asks for apology from Doreen Caudell for her words in Letter to the Editor. She apologizes but claims she was misquoted in her own letter.
The 25-year-old faces a first-degree murder charge for fatally shooting his 68-year-old father, according to Tarpon Springs police.
Among the 10 questions was one approved by voters that requires four of five commissioners to okay certain rezonings.
It will likely be several years before a new bridge is completed, according to the city.
Roger Edelman, who has been president for six years, will stay through the end of the year. He will remain on the city Council.
Tarpon Springs writer honored
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