ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman on Tuesday proposed raising the minimum wage for city workers to $12.50 an hour.
ST. PETERSBURG — Walt Miller has a vision for the tiny port he manages: Woods Hole, Florida edition.
Immigrant law student to tell his story at Eckerd
ST. PETE BEACH — If contract negotiations are successful, the city's future will be in the hands of a new city manager who says he has dealt successfully with comprehensive plan, infrastructure and redevelopment issues.
LARGO — Voters here have a stark choice between the candidates running for Seat 1 on the City Commission.
Dwight Tully believes this is his last chance.
Good news for FIRE Departments: Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation celebrated the donation of equipment to Seminole Fire Rescue and the Treasure Island Fire Department. Seminole Fire Rescue received fire prevention and safety materials worth more than $20,000. The equipment will be used to educate members of …
Beach Drive's success has bred traffic jams, parking shortages and the demand for more valet services. • Though these aren't the worst problems to have, Mayor Rick Kriseman and other city officials are talking with business owners to figure out how to address them.
BrewHaHa is Saturday
BrewHaHa, a Halloween-themed extravaganza that includes food, fire cannons, psychic readers, costume contests, music and more, this year benefits the 1Voice Foundation to help children who have cancer. The party starts at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Rutland-Farley estate, 5030 Sunrise Drive …
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 …
ST. PETERSBURG — Later this week, residents will start to see a new kind of meter around downtown.
ST. PETERSBURG — The foreclosure auction of Vegas Showgirls strip club at 10568 Gandy Blvd. has been canceled, according to its owner and the Pinellas County Clerk of Court's foreclosure calendar.
When city officials publicly kicked off the downtown waterfront master planning process in August, they described the nearly seven miles fronting Tampa Bay as a beautiful gem that set the city apart.
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.
ST. PETERSBURG — City Council members debated at some length Thursday whether they should study how to become more efficient.