TARPON SPRINGS — Officers arrested 10 students at Tarpon Springs High after a large fight broke out Tuesday morning, police said.
The police officer was just outside department headquarters when he noticed a parked car, motor running. The driver looked like he was asleep behind the wheel.
CLEARWATER — Only two of the four Pinellas County Commission incumbents have so far drawn challengers for the Nov. 6 election as qualifying approaches next month.
SOCIAL SERVICE GRANT APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE: Social service agencies may now apply for $333,500 in competitive grants from the city of St. Petersburg. Funding is limited to social service programs that provide homeless services and/or homeless prevention services. Priority for funding: homeless …
CLEARWATER — An administrative law judge rejected a challenge to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium's expansion plans on Friday, saying the city provided residents ample notice to voice their disapproval.
CLEARWATER — With the help of dry-erase boards, cushy chairs, boxed lunches and wide-screen computer projectors, Pinellas County commissioners spent almost six hours in a St. Petersburg College classroom Thursday deciding criteria for the $7.2 million BP settlement.
Every serious beer drinker should try their hand at brewing beer.
CLEARWATER — The city will host four community forums this month to discuss proposed zoning updates and explain how the changes will guide the future development of the 7-mile stretch of the U.S. 19 corridor in Clearwater.
CLEARWATER — Clearwater police officer Cathi Long has been named School Resource Officer of the Year for Pinellas County Schools.
Pinellas County residents can give feedback of what they'd like to see on the U.S. 19 corridor from Curlew to East Klosterman roads through a study being conducted by county officials.
A photo taken by St. Petersburg High School student J.C. Pritchett III was chosen as the centerpiece of Pinellas County's 2016 Watershed: LiveWorkPlay campaign.
CLEARWATER — Crabby Bill's Clearwater Beach recently served the final meal in its home of 16 years, but the well-known beach staple won't be gone for long.
CLEARWATER — The Clearwater Downtown Partnership recently honored businesses and individuals that are contributing to the enhancement of downtown at its 9th annual Momentum Awards.
TARPON SPRINGS — The Pinellas County School District has received state approval for a $10 million renovation project that will give more space to students in the Tarpon Springs High School magnet arts program.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum opened on Broadway in 1962 and won several Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The farce was made into a film in 1966, has experienced several Broadway revivals and has played in many a high school auditorium.