Taking in the musical melodrama Six Guns and Sasparilla is a bit like watching a political convention.
I have heard that at long last, construction on the Duke Energy trail has finally started up. What is the expected completion date for this project?
INDIAN SHORES — The Park Boulevard Bridge will be reduced to one lane during a two-week maintenance project that starts Wednesday, according to a Pinellas County news release.
For 11 years, Pinellas County judge candidate Curtis Korsko had an unblemished track record as a traffic hearing officer — until last year in May, when a clerk sent a scathing email to court officials.
CLEARWATER — Police honored three quick-thinking vacationers Friday for their efforts that helped save the lives of two lightning strike victims earlier this week.
CLEARWATER — The Clearwater City Council on Thursday gave initial approval to next year's budget, which would keep the city's property tax rate the same for the eighth consecutive year.
TARPON SPRINGS — Interested in learning more about the city's day-to-day operations? If so, you can apply to be a part of the second annual Citizen's Academy, a program designed to educate residents about the city they live in. The classes will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, from Aug. 10 to Oct. 5. …
DUNEDIN — Tampa Bay Rays announcer Dewayne Staats will visit the Dunedin Public Library on July 30 for a book signing of his newly released Position to Win: A Look at Baseball and Life From the Best Seat in the House.
DUNEDIN — The city is collecting school supplies for the Dunedin Elementary Back to School Bash, an event where students come to receive a backpack full of the items they need to start the school year.
SAFETY HARBOR — The city's overall crime rate has dropped about 30 percent in the last year, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
PALM HARBOR — Freaky fast subs made their way to Palm Harbor this week as a new Jimmy Johns restaurant opened. The sub shop, known for its speedy sandwich-making, is at 34190 U.S. 19 N. Call (727) 216-6335 for information.
OLDSMAR — Equestrians turned out in force on Tuesday to persuade the City Council to reverse a 15-year-old ordinance disallowing trail riding in Oldsmar. By the end of a 90-minute discussion, it appeared riders received a leg up when the council agreed to ask city staff to develop "requirement documents for …
Pokémon GO has fully descended on Tampa Bay, and local trainers say the digital creatures have shown up in some rather unexpected places.
CLEARWATER — Twelve years of rejections, and Hilanius Phillips isn't giving up yet.
LARGO — City property values are projected to rise for the fourth year in a row, allowing officials to maintain this year's property tax rate, add new positions and put away money in the city savings account, according to the proposed budget.