LARGO — Terance Ryan Fairman, 21, told police officers he thought he was in a video game when he tried to push a man off a motorcycle on Belcher Road about 12:30 a.m. Sept. 26.
ST. PETERSBURG — The St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market, billed as the largest farmers' market in the Southeast, will reopen for its 15th season Saturday in the Al Lang Field parking lot.
A controversy is clucking in Pinellas County over chicken sandwiches, sweet tea and voter registration cards.
ST. PETERSBURG — State Sen. Jeff Brandes wants to make one thing clear: He's not interested in Mayor Rick Kriseman's job.
ST. PETERSBURG — Former U.S. Rep Gabrielle Giffords, who survived a 2011 assassination and mass shooting that left six people dead in Arizona, is set to appear at an anti-gun violence rally on the steps of St. Petersburg City Hall at 11 a.m. Thursday.
ST. PETERSBURG — For shoppers missing their neighborhood Publix near the Sunshine Skyway bridge and Pinellas Bayway, the wait is almost over.
There are message boards on Park Street near Park Boulevard saying that Augusta Boulevard is closed until Oct. 3. Do you have any idea what the reason for this might be?
On a recent Friday inside the University Partnership Center at St. Petersburg College, Shadi Fackih chatted with breakfast customers while sipping coffee near the front counter of Nature's Table.
GULFPORT — The display window beckoned, but on it were a couple of quirky requests: "Do not tap the glass. Do not feed the artist."
LARGO — It was a decade ago the city bought property off West Bay Drive that was home to the Largo Hotel.
The price tag? A hefty $775,000.
CLEARWATER — Pinellas transit officials acknowledged Wednesday that they may have a tough time talking St. Pete Beach into helping pay for a proposed bus rapid transit bus line that would connect the city to downtown St. Petersburg.
WHAT'S NEW AT THE MOVIES: The Safety Harbor Public Library welcomes Tampa Bay Times movie critic Steve Persall at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday. Persall will discuss what new movies are coming to the big screen. The library is at 101 Second St. N and the event is free. For information, call (727) 724-1525 x …
TREASURE ISLAND — In hopes of educating voters, the city is hosting question-and-answer sessions on nine charter amendments and referendum questions on the Nov. 8 ballot.
Red Tide, the toxic algae that has plagued Florida's coasts since the days of the Spanish conquistadors, is making a big mess on Pinellas County's beaches this week.
You dread bringing it up. You know she must have heard it about a thousand times. But it is hard not to ask about the origin of her first name.