ST. PETERSBURG — A city internal investigative report obtained Friday by the Tampa Bay Times concluded that St. Petersburg fire Chief Jim Large made missteps when he hired a rescue chief in April.
ST. PETERSBURG — For months, arts advocates have waited for city officials to discuss a proposal City Council member Charlie Gerdes made this spring to carve out a portion of the Weeki Wachee Fund to use as a permanent source of arts funding.
ST. PETERSBURG — Curbside recycling moved closer to reality Thursday as City Council members advanced a proposal to buy new trucks and containers using a $6 million loan.
Following the discovery of inappropriate material on the city-owned iPad that Largo Commissioner Curtis Holmes uses, city officials are preparing a "resolution of censure" for a City Commission vote on Tuesday. Holmes has denied wrongdoing and accused the city of violating his privacy. Some of the material Holmes …
KENNETH CITY — This town still has no budget for the coming year and won't have one by Wednesday, the start of the new fiscal year.
The Pinellas County school system returns this year to nine-week grading periods — or quarters — for middle and high schools. The move replaces the six-week grading periods employed over the last few years. With most of the first quarter finished, we asked high school journalists to find out how students and …
TREASURE ISLAND — Police officers will soon receive a 2 percent wage increase and be eligible for up to a 2 percent merit increase as the result of a new three-year contract with the city.
Holiday-appropriate inflatable skull, Fog machines cited in arrest
In step with band leadership: Cathy Kersten, executive director of the Florida Marching Band Championships, was elected to the Second Time Arounders Marching Band board of directors. She has spent years and countless hours organizing regional high school band competitions throughout Florida and instructing and …
LARGO — Florida voters still have a few weeks to decide whether medical marijuana should be legal, but Largo officials are planning ahead.
Like most little girls, Sharon Norwood played with dolls and placed them in imaginative, storybook settings.
Former Seminole High School outfielder Brett Phillips recently completed his first full season in the Houston Astros' minor-league system. Phillips played 103 games for Class A Quad Cities and 27 games with Class A advanced Lancaster. He hit .310 with 29 doubles, 14 triples, 17 home runs, 69 RBIs and 23 stolen bases and …
Hi Doc Delay, do you know what the winery sign at 66th Street and Fourth Avenue N is referring to? There are other signs like this around town. I've seen them for years, but don't know what they are all about. What winery are the signs referring to? Is the winery still around? Thanks so much for any information you …
Sept. 6, 2014
Freshly inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, onetime Tampa Bay Buccaneer Derrick Brooks was the keynote speaker at the Pinellas County Urban League's annual Equal Opportunity Day gala.
ST. PETERSBURG — Council members on the city's youth services committee had a singular goal earlier this year: Strengthening a diversion program for kids caught up in the criminal justice system.