LARGO — Monday through Friday, for 40 years, Tasker Beal awoke before the sunrise.
DUNEDIN — Maureen "Moe" Freaney, former assistant city manager, says she plans to run for City Commission this November, and her reason is simple.
CLEARWATER — Two ballgames, all-you-can-eat-food and a fireworks show isn't all you'll get for $18 at Bright House Networks Field this weekend. Entry fees will help two local law enforcement officers fight cancer.
CLEARWATER — The City Council hired consulting firm HR&A Advisors at $378,000 to develop a master plan to revitalize the Bluff/Waterfront area.
CLEARWATER — The City Council unanimously voted to purchase the triangular lot near Cleveland Street and Gulf to Bay Boulevard, where Gulf Rent-A-Car currently sits.
CLEARWATER — The city will give away 1,850 trees Saturday in honor of Arbor Day at the Public Service Complex at 1650 N Arcturas Ave. from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
For centuries around the world — before glossy boxes and cans lined grocery store shelves — hungry folks have traveled to open markets for fresh food in barrels, on tables, in stacks and mounds.
CLEARWATER— The city has extended its agreement to subsidize the Clearwater Ferry by two months, now going through July 4.
OLDSMAR — At the end of last week's City Council meeting, council member Jerry Beverland, a 50-year resident, seemed a little grumpy when he used unpleasant verbiage to describe St. Petersburg.
OLDSMAR — Graduate students from the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design will present their design of the city's redevelopment district, officially named the Town Center, at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
SAFETY HARBOR — Rick Blake and his wife bought a property made up of two separate lots in 2012, planning to sell one and use the money to build a house for his mother to retire in on the other. But that may not be possible come Monday when commissioners vote on a series of zoning changes.
After years of concern that part of these marshy mangroves would be destroyed by development, the city will purchase 111 acres of wetlands and submerged lands surrounding the now-defunct Clearwater Christian College for preservation and restoration projects.
When you think of the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, from the images of destroyed wetlands and dead animals to the spill circulating through the Gulf of Mexico, the memories remain all too vivid.
GIVE DAY TAMPA BAY: This communitywide, 24-hour online challenge is hosted by the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay. This charitable event helps nonprofits raise money and bring awareness to the challenges facing these organizations. To donate, visit giveday.org/ anytime on Tuesday. The minimum donation is $25. …
Four years ago, Canterbury School of Florida's Danielle Romanello committed to play softball at the University of Florida, the school she had always dreamed of attending.