Resident in the clear after tree removal complaints
TARPON SPRINGS — Ellen Posivach, a driver of reform and a source of controversy as city manager of Tarpon Springs and later Port Richey, died Saturday (March 8, 2014).
At Tarpon Springs Middle School, we are very proud of our school's rich history as a high-performing neighborhood school with deep ties to our beautiful community.
DUNEDIN — A $15 million mixed-use project that would transform a long-vacant grass lot into a bustling downtown gateway is seeking city approval.
OLDSMAR — Corey Newman frequently walks from her apartment to the Walmart on Tampa Road, pushing her toddler, Sky, in a stroller. On a recent Friday, she checked out the construction going on at Forest Lakes Plaza.
The Jewish holiday of Purim, commemorating the Jewish people's salvation in the Persia of old, will be celebrated at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at Chabad of Clearwater, 2280 Belleair Road.
Valspar Championship: The PGA Tour comes to Tampa Bay through Sunday to play the Copperhead Course. Defending champion Kevin Streelman returns. This event will be televised on the Golf Channel and NBC Sports. $40 daily, $65 week pass; 15 and younger free with ticketed adult. Innisbrook Resort …
SAFETY HARBOR — In downtown Safety Harbor, there is a turquoise house with a white fence, a series of colorful patio chairs under umbrellas and a vertical sculpture of a dolphin in bright neon colors.
Just as baby birds warble and baseballs smack mitts each spring, musicians in the Dunedin Concert Band are fine-tuning their seasonal sounds.
Voters in three North Pinellas cities will go to the polls Tuesday to choose new leaders.
Weekend beach parking fee drops
The City Council voted unanimously last week to lower the $10 fee for parking at the Mobbly Beach parking lot on weekends and holidays to match the $5 weekday fee.
TARPON SPRINGS — Marco Velez had an aversion to cars.
LARGO — Very soon, whenever someone lights up a cigarette in a Largo picnic shelter, there will be a problem.
OLDSMAR — Last month, former Mayor Jim Ronecker said he didn't want to be considered to fill the vacant seat on the City Council created by the death of Janice Miller on Feb. 8.
CLEARWATER — As the Clearwater Marine Aquarium unveils a long-awaited study on the feasibility of a new downtown aquarium today, a plan for a parking garage for the anticipated rush of visitors is taking shape.