The Taoist Tai Chi Society's newly released plans for the historic Fenway hotel in Dunedin contain good news for local residents who worried the private religious organization would seal off the landmark from the public. The plans not only call for public meeting space inside the 90-year-old Fenway, but also …
New garage necessary for Clearwater Beach editorial, Aug. 29
The high school boys swimming season in Pinellas County started with a new script. For the first time in a decade, Palm Harbor University is not expected to dominate the opposition.
Weary of the long winter chill of upstate New York, Ray Fisher had promised his wife, Jamie, that if the couple ever moved to that paradise called Florida, they'd live on the water.
Dr. Oscar Menendez of Comprehensive Dental Care in Palm Harbor has received the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the Florida Academy of General Dentistry. As one of the most active state academies in the nation, the nonprofit organization of 1,600 Florida members honored Menendez for his charitable and civic …
SAFETY HARBOR — A developer is suing the County Commission, saying the board twice illegally blocked plans for a controversial apartment complex against the recommendation of an administrative judge and the advice of its own attorney.
Ahhh, the scents of summer in Florida. The salty breeze. Exotic blossoms. Fresh-cut grass.
Police: Car thief used search for cat as an excuse but didn't own one
The state recently resurfaced Fourth Street N, and when they finished repainting the traffic lanes/lines there are new lines that were not there before. Going north on Fourth Street and attempting to turn left on to 71st Avenue N, there are lines that indicate to me you cannot turn at that intersection. The design is …
Hotel proposed for south end of beachWalk
CLEARWATER — Even as red-light cameras are in retreat elsewhere in Florida, some elected officials in Clearwater are thinking about spreading the cameras to more intersections.
And they're looking at U.S. 19.
DUNEDIN — Fire up your taste buds in preparation for this coming week's mouth-watering mashup: the Taste of Dunedin and Dunedin Restaurant Week.
New Clearwater police Chief Dan Slaughter strides into the recreation center looking energetic, trim and snappy in his black uniform and shiny shoes. He says hello to two kids leaving the center, steps into the office to greet workers, then enters the meeting room and works the audience.
Government can't do everything, but it can make public safety a priority. That's what the city of Clearwater did throughout the recession in keeping its lifeguards on Clearwater Beach. And it proved it again this summer by beefing up its lifeguard schedule in response to growing crowds at the beach. As they have for …
Thanks to the turmoil on the Gaza Strip, more than 100 world-class windsurfers from all over the planet will soon head to Clearwater Beach to compete for an international championship.