BELLEAIR — Part of the former Belleview Biltmore will be saved under a new plan unveiled Monday by a developer in the process of buying the deteriorating historic site.
Voters in this race will decide between two longtime city commissioners who often disagree on policy issues. Julie Scales, on the panel since 2003, is touting her experience and track record while Julie Ward Bujalski, elected in 2006, is pushing her deep community roots. The victor will lead a …
WITH no crystal ball, city is hesitant about experts' ideas for downtown
CLEARWATER — At U.S. 19 and Sunset Point Road, there's a well-known eyesore — a dead McDonald's that has been vacant for 14 years.
Camp registration: The Long Center, Countryside Recreation Center, and Ross Norton Recreation Center offer a school-day-out camp from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., on Oct. 20 and Jan. 5 for grades K-8. Holiday camps include a three-day camp from Nov. 24-26 and two four-day camps, Dec. 22-26 and Dec. 29 to Jan. 2.
OLDSMAR — County and water management officials expect construction to start soon on restoring Mobbly Bayou, a project that has been in the works since 2006.
Immigrant law student to tell his story at Eckerd
There is a serious need for a traffic study at two locations in downtown St. Pete: Fourth Avenue at Fifth Street S, where there is only a stop sign for northbound and southbound traffic, and Third Avenue at Fifth Street S, with a flashing light — red for north and south and yellow for the eastbound and …
Woody Herman pursed his lips and played his trumpet from the back of a rented flat bed trailer set up in Coachman Park for a crowd of about 2,000 people that first year.
Check out the Church of Scientology's latest glossy Freedom magazine, and you'll see some advice for the city of Clearwater from former Tampa Mayor Dick Greco.
Tyler Dierwechter felt bad. After shooting 75 in last year's district tournament to help the East Lake High boys golf team advance to regionals, he was unable to play in the next round due to a family cruise.
SAFETY HARBOR — City commissioners are working as fast as they can to protect trees.
CLEARWATER — Call it the final revenge of the spurned employee.
TARPON SPRINGS — For the past month, city officials have been talking about getting rid of a city rule limiting tax increases. But whatever they decide won't change the fact that the rule has been effectively useless since voters approved it nearly 20 years ago.
It has been more than a decade since animal activists first asked county officials to loosen rules covering stray animals so something could be done to reduce the feral cat population.