ST. PETERSBURG — The city must reinstate a police officer who was fired last summer for shooting at a car carrying two teenagers, an arbitrator ruled this week.
The 28th annual Eckerd College marine yard sale: Used boats and marine equipment for sale, including a large selection of power and sailboats, motors, accessories and electronics. Proceeds support the college's search and rescue team. 9 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Eckerd waterfront, 4200 54th Ave. S, St. …
ST. PETE BEACH — Tuesday's election result had one clear message: It's a "new day" in this contentious and lawsuit-prone city.
Jane Seymour toasts distinctive women
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH — In the three years since Kelly Rothwell's disappearance, loved ones have struggled to hold public attention on the missing police cadet's case.
The bride carried a bouquet of bright-yellow freesias. Chris Giftos was the floral designer, and in his presentation at the annual Art in Bloom luncheon to benefit the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, he entertained the crowd of more than 400 guests with celebrity anecdotes along with …
So, how should we refer to the winner of Tuesday's special congressional election to succeed the late Rep. Bill Young?
There has quite a bit of construction going on at Third Street and Sixth Avenue S with the road and the pipes underneath. On Third Street, the work has been completed, but whoever paved the road did a terrible job. In some places it's almost like a washboard effect and the water puddles when it rains instead of …
LARGO — After learning some new information, this city's elected leaders are having serious second thoughts about Largo's strict sign law. Some are ready to do away with it entirely, while others aren't prepared to go that far.
ST. PETERSBURG — Cesar Morales and his wife, Danni, stumbled across their charming Lang Court home on Craigslist.
To them, they struck gold.
LARGO — The popular French Market returns Saturday, celebrating its 12th year with a daylong shopping spree and fundraiser for the Botanical Gardens Foundation.
ST. PETERSBURG — Another high-rise residential project is in the works for downtown St. Petersburg. The city recently approved plans for a Mediterranean-style 16-story condominium tower with 72 homes on Fourth Avenue N.
TREASURE ISLAND — The city is making another attempt to settle a decades-old dispute with the city of St. Petersburg over sewage treatment fees.
PINELLAS PARK — If it's spring, it's time for two of this city's biggest events — the Chili Blaze and Country in the Park.
If there's a term equal to "one-armed paper hanger" or "chief cook and bottle washer" for the commercial development business, it would apply to Carlos Yepes. The head of Pinellas Park-based Belleair Development Group has nine projects in various stages going on in southern Pinellas County.