KENNETH CITY — Voters here have a chance to put two new faces on the council and change the direction of town government.
PINELLAS PARK — Voters here have a choice of three candidates for the open seat on the City Council in Tuesday's election — two who tout their experience and one who seems to have disappeared from the campaign trail.
What's the story with all the road closures downtown that started about two weeks ago?
ST. PETERSBURG — A day before a scheduled council vote on whether to end the city's controversial red light camera program, Mayor Rick Kriseman said he is likely to remove the cameras in September if they are no longer profitable.
ST. PETERSBURG — A dozen years ago, the city embarked on a months-long endeavor to get feedback from residents on what they wanted the community to look, feel and be like for the next generation.
SAFETY HARBOR — Alligator Lake is a magnet for nesting birds — snowy egrets, wood storks and roseate spoonbills. Two islands in the lake were created to be bird habitats, and wading birds can be seen all around the lake.
Jo jo's is no more in progress plaza
Nineteen candidates will be vying for elective office Tuesday in five beach communities. Here are the towns and cities where voters will choose among the candidates:
LARGO — Tanya Pistillo is a one-woman band who's beating the drum for a monthly community market in downtown Largo.
After 123 years downtown, its tranquil courtyard a respite for passers-by and the stained glass-illuminated sanctuary a continuous setting for worship and community gatherings, Christ United Methodist Church refuses to fade away.
LARGO — Before she sentenced Kimberly Sue Ross, Pinellas Circuit Judge Nancy Moate Ley gave her a history quiz.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city's port has befuddled officials for years.
ST. PETERSBURG — City Council member Wengay Newton will once again try to persuade his colleagues Thursday to kill the city's red light camera program.
This time he might have a chance.
ST. PETERSBURG — Five years after the revered Italian restaurant Basta's closed a Mexican restaurant is opening in its place.
Fashion fights abuse
Members of Infinity, the League to Aid Abused Children and Adults, will present "Mardi Gras Madness VIII," a fashion show and luncheon at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the St. Petersburg Yacht Club, 11 Central Ave. The even benefits Brookwood Florida, Community Action Stops Abuse (CASA) and the …