TALLAHASSEE — House and Senate leaders announced Wednesday that they had agreed to include $650,000 for St. Petersburg's 2020 antipoverty plan.
ST. PETE BEACH — In a surprise move Tuesday night, Mayor Maria Lowe, supported by Commissioners Melinda Pletcher and Terri Finnerty, gave City Manager Mike Bonfield warning that they intend to fire him.
ST. PETERSBURG — Organizers of the 2020 Plan have an ambitious goal: reduce poverty by 30 percent in the city's poorest neighborhoods by the end of this decade.
ST. PETERSBURG — Residents will get their first official shot today to let Mayor Rick Kriseman know what they'd like to see in next year's budget.
ST. PETERSBURG — The saga of the historic YMCA at 116 Fifth St. S continues. Tom Nestor, who has a purchase agreement to buy the 88-year-old building for $1.4 million, is suing the owner, V P C 3 II.
When county officials hired a consultant to analyze proposed changes to Pinellas' emergency medical services system, they used real statistics from 2010-2011 for comparison.
ST. PETE BEACH — Preservation of historic Pass-a-Grille will be the focus of a $22,000 consultant study beginning this week.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city is moving forward with changes to make it easier for food trucks to operate downtown.
ST. PETE BEACH — The spring growing season often results in piles of tree and shrub trimmings and bags of yard waste lining and sometimes spilling into city streets, sometimes for days.
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Battle lines are being drawn over a proposal to make sweeping changes designed to hold down the costs of Pinellas' emergency medical services system.
What better day than Easter to launch a new ministry, the Rev. Robin Hager asked.
ST. PETERSBURG — Organizers of the city's inaugural and much-anticipated BLUE Ocean Film Festival were looking for more than just a nice proclamation when they went before the City Council last week.
They also were expecting a check.
ST. PETERSBURG — Several weeks have passed since a group of officers, community leaders and city officials gathered at a church to discuss racial tensions at the Police Department.
ST. PETERSBURG — When a national report ranked Tampa as the leading city in Florida for its promotion of equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents last fall, officials on this side of the bay took notice.
Okay, maybe a little umbrage, too.