SEMINOLE — Micah Thompson, 35, said that while growing up as a pastor's son, he often went on mission trips and thought he was pretty familiar with them.
Wade Hamby doesn't have a favorite. Each one of the 50-plus windup toys he sets up around his St. Petersburg home every holiday season makes him smile.
LARGO — The Pinellas County board that oversees construction contractors voted Thursday to issue a letter of warning to its own executive director for his profanity-laced tirade directed at a Tampa Bay Times reporter who inquired about nominations to that board.
I love a hidden gem. A place that has hundreds of five-star reviews across several online review and social media sites doesn't seem like it would qualify, but I can't think of a better way to describe TiKanis, an unassuming pizza joint on Bay Pines Boulevard in St. Petersburg that I never would have come across had a …
CLEARWATER —When Wayne Chase retired from his nuclear plant job in 2012 and bought a waterfront condo overlooking Tampa Bay, he knew he'd pay the typical fees that come with gated community living.
LARGO — John Piazza Sr. first became interested in collecting military artifacts when he received a gift, a World War I German mortar from a friend's father.
Three environmental groups are threatening to sue the cities of St. Petersburg, Gulfport and Treasure Island for discharging raw and partially treated sewage in local water, violating the federal Clean Water Act.
A sergeant and lieutenant were suspended from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office after one of them chased a car going up to 100 mph and the other failed to stop it, according to an internal investigation.
LARGO — Linda Schroll remembers the way baby Olivia cooed when she had her bottle, how her dark hair, in those last few days, looked like it was fading to auburn. She weighed 8 pounds, a bit more than a bag of sugar.
TREASURE ISLAND — It's a call from City Hall about trash pickup changes, but it leaves people chuckling.
Tampa Bay's almost half-million Roman Catholics have a new leader.
Days after being blamed for submitting questionable nominations to a Pinellas County board, the Tampa Bay Builders Association says the construction board's executive director provided the names to select.
CLEARWATER — Most Pinellas County hospitals offer paramedics free drinks. Some provide snacks. At least one gives the first responders free meal vouchers worth $8.
LARGO — A restaurant once voted "Best of Largo" and a magnet to the city's aspiring downtown is facing several lawsuits claiming the owner has missed rent payments and left thousands of dollars in debts unpaid.
ST. PETERSBURG — A St. Petersburg man was killed Wednesday after his friend shot him during an argument, police said.