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.
Good for you
On a recent patrol of the Intracoastal Waterway aboard Coast Guard auxiliary vessel Broad on the Bow, coxswain Karen Miller and crew members Ann Bennett and Rob Mancuso spotted what they thought was a white plastic shopping bag floating in the water.
BELLEAIR — Votes on two new zoning measures that could smooth the path for demolition of all or part of the former Belleview Biltmore hotel sparked passionate speeches last week by several town commissioners and a member of a preservationist group attempting to buy and save the historic structure.
CLEARWATER — Thornell Strawn was on his usual delivery route as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service when he noticed something suspicious on Corona Avenue.
Valpak Direct Marketing Systems is moving its corporate headquarters from Largo to a St. Petersburg office park to get closer to its manufacturing center.
Scientology building okayed
The Community Development Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a Church of Scientology warehouse to be built in the city's industrial corridor.
On May 23, 1964 a group of organizations in Dunedin decided to begin meeting and sharing ideas and opinions on issues of communitywide interest. Calling itself the Dunedin Council of Organizations, its delivery method was in-person monthly meetings.
Events celebrating the Easter season will be presented by Hope Presbyterian Church, 1698 S Belcher Road, Clearwater.
Looking for things to do Easter weekend in North Pinellas? Check out these events. Whether you are a kid or a kid at heart, there is something for everyone at these Easter-themed festivals and activities.
CLEARWATER — A long-running fight that erupted after some north Clearwater Beach residents roped off sections of the sand and declared them private has gained the attention of a wary City Hall.
CLEARWATER — It's Friday afternoon and Clearwater police Officer Andrew Anderson is on the prowl for jaywalkers on Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard. It doesn't take long before he sees a pedestrian dart across the six-lane road — one of Pinellas County's busiest.
Biltmore rezoning options will receive some action
TARPON SPRINGS — For 40 years, John Mroczek has been creating silver and gold jewelry embedded with stones, from diamonds and pearls to emeralds. For a decade, he and his wife, Denise, who live near South Bend, Ind., have sold his jewelry at the annual Tarpon Springs Fine Arts Festival in Craig Park.
CLEARWATER — Before customers see the jewelry displayed inside glass cases at Bradley Harris' jewelry store, they are greeted by a mug shot of a man who once worked there.