Army Pvt. Bradley A. Parker, son of Penny Parker of Palm Harbor, graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
OZONA — Rick Bennett says his Speckled Trout Marina here must expand to survive. However, his neighbors fear his expansion plans would harm the historic waterfront community.
DUNEDIN — A new marketing strategy aimed at drawing a buyer for the long-vacant Nielsen Media Research property crossed the first hurdle Thursday as city commissioners preliminarily approved a land-use designation change.
Dredging company tackles creek
The dredging of Stevenson Creek in north Clearwater has been a snake-bitten project, repeatedly stalled by one problem after another.
OLDSMAR — For years the Oldsmar Little League has used the Canal Park ball fields as home base under an agreement with the city that required the league to help maintain the facility and pay certain fees.
TARPON SPRINGS — The campaign for the March city election will have a three-way race for one vacant seat on the City Commission.
Stevens Tree Service of Pinellas County owner Bob Dixon and his crew worked all day Nov. 27 grinding stumps and removing hazardous branches at Pinellas Hope, a "tent city" for the homeless located near Largo.
For conceiving, initiating and organizing the area's first Adoption Day ceremony in 2003 and chairing the committee that planned and presented each program since, 6th Judicial Circuit public information officer Ron Stuart was presented with the fourth annual Irene Sullivan Adoption Advocacy Award, which honors an …
If part of the pleasure of the holidays for your family is attending holiday-themed public events, load up the car and the babies because event planners have laid out a buffet of treats this weekend in North Pinellas.
CLEARWATER — As the city nears its centennial, local history buffs and an iconic sports club are teaming up in an attempt to secure their future on the site of the city's oldest school.
Scientology event could close streets
The Church of Scientology has asked the city for permission to close some downtown streets and sidewalks for its third major event this fall — its New Year Celebration.
SAFETY HARBOR — Commissioners and city government retirees who lag behind on their health insurance payments will now see their coverage terminated after 45 days, the City Commission decided Monday.
DUNEDIN — A developer says PNC Bank's failure to promptly accept his company's offer to purchase Pinellas County's iconic Fenway Hotel has forced him to abandon a deal to raze and rebuild the landmark.
OLDSMAR — It was sunny and a balmy 74 degrees on a recent Saturday afternoon, but Craig and Christine Battlehorn's car was one of only two in the parking lot at Mobbly Beach Park.
A musical holiday program, "A Noel Garden of Seasonal Delights," will begin at 3 p.m. Sunday at Peace Memorial Presbyterian Church, 110 S Fort Harrison Ave., Clearwater.