St. Petersburg police: Man robs taxi driver, leaves wallet in the back seat
SAFETY HARBOR — Almost a year after a conflict of interest complaint was filed with the Florida Commission on Ethics, City Commissioner Janet Hooper has been cleared.
DUNEDIN — Starting Saturday, dog owners will have another place to hang out with their four-legged friends.
CLEARWATER — City officials are anticipating heavy traffic and parking shortages on Clearwater Beach this weekend because of a series of community events and damage to a major garage.
CLEARWATER — The City Council has committed $12,000 a year for three years to help the Clearwater Historical Society convert the historic South Ward Elementary School at 610 S Fort Harrison Ave. into a museum and cultural center.
TARPON SPRINGS — The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation is investigating the city's building development director after receiving an anonymous complaint regarding his expired license.
Their art is everywhere — a manatee sculpture in City Hall, mixed media mobiles in the community center and Whimzeyland, their multicolored house on Third Street with its collection of countless bowling balls. For more than two decades, Safety Harbor has been Kiaralinda and Todd Ramquist's …
CLEARWATER — There may be hope for Clearwater's tallest eyesore.
LARGO — The ex-Dunedin city manager who resigned last month amid criticism of his job performance is a semifinalist in Largo's search for a new city manager.
Palm Harbor University's wrestling team knows how to weather a storm.
If you're thinking of enjoying a relaxing day at Clearwater Beach, better leave now. You might get there by Monday. And if you're lucky, you might find a parking spot by Wednesday. And you might get home by Saturday. And yes, we're having way big fun now.
Locked and stored away in heavy-duty filing cabinets, some nearly a century old, in a fireproof room at the headquarters for Minor League Baseball in St. Petersburg, rest some of the most interesting historical documents in the game: the player statistical cards.
If it didn't open at 7 p.m., you might think that Dunedin's Wine & Brew was a community coffee shop. It's small and cozy, decorated with the work of local artists, and it hosts a freestyle hip-hop night every week. Many of the bar orders are for tea and coffee, but the rest are mentioned right in the name of the …
. St. Cecelia students pay it forward: Each year the second-grade students at St. Cecelia Interparochial Catholic School participate in several Pay it Forward projects. In January, students helped an organization called Food for the Poor and its We Pledge 100 campaign. Students were so inspired by the words of …
In the early '90s, a series of events took place that helped revive a dying downtown, including a Main Street streetscape program, the completion of a 10-mile stretch of the Pinellas Trail and the formation of an active Downtown Dunedin Merchants Association that held events to draw in the …