Old school sendoff: Largo High School, which will be torn down this summer for a two-year rebuilding project, is inviting alumni and the greater Largo community to a "Final Homecoming" on the evenings of May 12 and 13.
As part of Florida's School Recognition Program, more than 40 Pinellas County schools will receive a little more than $4.2 million in funding.
CLEARWATER — The city's 10-day Fun 'n Sun Celebration starts Friday with a roster of events expected to attract more than 100,000 people.
Easter brings out the 'Greek bomb' squad
Tarpon Springs residents gathered at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Cathedral for Easter services on Sunday under the watchful eye of law enforcement.
DUNEDIN — Officials say a new land use and zoning designation for the former Nielsen Media Research site has already sparked interest from at least one developer, who made a purchase offer even before the changes won final approval from the City Commission last week.
CLEARWATER — A long-awaited renewal project on a faded edge of downtown has been unexpectedly delayed yet again, this time by muck.
Board the SS American for a two-hour cruise back to 1934, where tap-dancing sailors hit the deck with steel-toed shoes, and white-gloved society gals dish out campy jokes.
First Presbyterian Church of Dunedin can trace its origins back to 1871, when there were only roughly 200 residents in the area that later became Pinellas County.
Three elementary students received March Student of the Month trophies from the Safety Harbor Kiwanis Club.
Paul Scott Polgar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Polgar of Safety Harbor, completed Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Ill.
City wants mediator for beach access brouhaha
FrankCrum, a pioneer in the professional employer organization industry, presented a check for $134,300 to Trinity Cafe in Tampa, a nondenominational charity that has served the hungry and homeless in Tampa Bay since 2001.
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TARPON SPRINGS — City officials have torn up parts of a $1.3 million plan to enhance the Sponge Docks tourist district and are going back to the drawing board.
In the mid 1980s, retired Navy Cmdr. Gerald "Jerry'' Pulley began mailing boxes filled with pictures to his son, Donn Pulley.