DUNEDIN — A Dunedin couple have succeeded in their fight to bring home their dying adopted son from the Democratic Republic of Congo, say advocates who have been assisting them.
OLDSMAR — The City Council voted 4-1 on Tuesday to keep its red-light camera program despite the risk of lawsuits stemming from a recent court decision in South Florida involving American Traffic Solutions, the same vendor Oldsmar uses.
Linemen are the heart of an offense. They are sometimes called the "big uglies" by coaches and fans. They have the thankless job of trying to create holes against other oversized defensive linemen so their running backs can gain yards and get the credit.
One sprite is soaking in a tub of hot cocoa, marshmallow bubbles and all, while another is diving head first into a pot of icing.
TARPON SPRINGS — This is a band that's used to the spotlight. After all, Tarpon Springs has been to Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, among other venues.
DUNEDIN — The new owners of the Fenway Hotel volunteered to sit down and answer questions, and members of the Edgewater Drive Advisory Committee had plenty.
Can you tell me what kind of work is going on along 49th Street and about 30th Avenue N?
DUNEDIN — The city made history on Election Day when voters not only cast their ballots in an unprecedented race between two female candidates but chose Dunedin's first female mayor in nearly three decades.
Calvary Christian High School is in the midst of a major renovation to build a showcase campus.
The grouchy green giant is back to burping, passing gas and falling in love as Shrek the Musical takes the stage at the Largo Cultural Center tonight through Sunday.
HOLIDAY LIGHTS BACKERS: The Florida Botanical Gardens Foundation is accepting volunteers and sponsors for Holiday Lights in the Gardens, a fundraising celebration nightly from Nov. 27 to Dec. 31. Volunteers greet guests and sell products from the foundation's gift cart. Work one night or many; training will be …
Chalk it up to artistry: The Clearwater Beach Chamber of Commerce hosted its Third Annual Chalk Art Festival Oct. 24-26 along Beach Walk. More than 35 chalk artists decorated the sidewalks and promenades as they competed for $3,000 in prizes. A silent auction also went on throughout the weekend to raise money for …
PALM HARBOR — Rick Watson realized he would spend many days alone, away from any help, when he decided to make the 1,700-mile trek on his bicycle from the Lincoln Memorial to Lincoln, Neb.
Largo High School's Dakarai Allen was a fleet and talented, yet unproven wide receiver at the start of the season. Allen, a junior, caught just two passes last season. Those numbers did not seem as if they would improve dramatically this season considering Allen was caught in a logjam with proven receivers. But Allen …
Sixteen employees from the Pinellas County School District have been named semifinalists in the 2014-15 Support Employee of the Year recognition program. They were selected from a group of 110 nominees and chosen in six categories: