Baseball is a game of tradition — hot dogs, peanuts, Cracker Jack, the crack of the bat, the seventh-inning stretch, and rooting for the home team. • Around here, there's a local baseball tradition that's about to return: an annual migration of Northerners arriving to escape the brutal winter weather in …
OLDSMAR — The three candidates running for City Council in the March 10 election seem to agree that a main concern is Market Square, the city's downtown redevelopment project along State Street.
DUNEDIN — The roughly 2-mile stretch of Dunedin Causeway bridges that connect Honeymoon Island State Park to the mainland is about five years away from a facelift.
Downtown Dunedin is entering a new phase in its evolution from a blighted, mostly vacant, dilapidated traffic corridor to the vibrant arts and entertainment district it is today. Four major development projects (Victoria Place, Highland Town Homes, The Gateway, the Keller Property) are about to displace almost 50 …
Kassindjaa Montague's academic success had taken a dreadful turn.
If this well gets poisoned any further, the relationship between the Tampa Bay Rays and the St. Petersburg City Council is going to make the Ukraine dustup look like a neighborly spat over a borrowed lawn mower.
Leigh Anne Brown has said "I do" only once, yet she owns 102 wedding gowns. ¶ The Brandon resident, a historian and collector of antique and vintage wear, has amassed a collection of bridal confections that range from 1890 to the present.
ROTARIES SUPPORT SCHOOL: The Chi Chi Rodriguez Youth Foundation and local Rotary Club leaders celebrated campus improvements recently during a tour day at the Chi Chi Rodriguez Academy.
Grant benefits wetlands
The Tampa Bay Estuary Program has awarded the city a $70,000 matching grant to assist with wetland restoration and cleanup at Safety Harbor's planned waterfront park.
TARPON SPRINGS — A drunken man who police found sitting on a sidewalk surrounded by power tools was arrested early Friday for the overnight burglary of a nearby brewery.
OLDSMAR — Out of destruction has come a rebirth.
Black cops, judges to talk with kids
In an effort to avoid the type of confrontations that have racked communities from Ferguson, Mo., to Staten Island, N.Y., a group of black police officers and black judges are meeting with black youths and their parents at a judicial forum Saturday at …
BELLEAIR — A former town commissioner will take on two incumbents in a three-way race for two at-large seats up for grabs in the March 10 election.
CLEARWATER — Some people who call for emergency medical services in this city may be surprised by what they don't see — a fire truck or a red ambulance-style truck.
KENNETH CITY — This town was the first in Pinellas to install red-light cameras. Now it's following the crowd in getting rid of them.