ST. PETERSBURG — The Downtown Looper will expand its route and its hours starting in October 2018 thanks to a $900,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation.
ST. PETERSBURG — For months, the cost of the city's sewage crisis has been measured in terms of environmental damage, legal ramifications and political repercussions.
Now residents are about to get the bill.
ST. PETERSBURG — The next city in Florida to ban single-use plastic bags could be St. Petersburg.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Memory Cafe, a regular get-together designed to help caregivers and people with a dementia diagnosis, is starting up in St. Petersburg. The event is billed as "an opportunity to get out, meet new people, share stories, learn a little, laugh a little and make new friends in a safe and friendly …
LARGO — Assistant City Manager Mike Staffopoulos made the short list of applicants for a city manager opening in Oldsmar.
The Florida Supreme Court's Chief Justice presented Pinellas Circuit Judge Peter R. Ramsberger the 2017 Chief Justice Award for Judicial Excellence.
The Tyrone area of St. Petersburg is a little light on drinking spots, so the locals must have been happy when a long-running neighborhood spot — formerly Donk's Sports Tavern and Double J's Sports Bar — reopened earlier this year as the Joint.
LARGO — The proposed budget included a recommendation for the property tax rate to remain the same, but city commissioners on Tuesday unanimously voted to increase the maximum rate in a move to give city officials more flexibility.
ST. PETERSBURG — Two doctors are suing Northside Hospital, seeking an injunction for what they're calling fraud in the election of the medical staff.
ST. PETERSBURG — Former Mayor Bill Foster fired one of his top administrators, Goliath Davis III, six years ago for disobeying an order to attend the funeral of a slain police officer.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority stands to lose $2 million a year if voters approve an expansion to Florida's homestead property exemption on the 2018 ballot.
Mayoral candidates Rick Kriseman and Rick Baker made their best pitch to voters in front of a live television audience on Tuesday night. The candidates essentially asked this: Is the city better off now than it was four years ago?
Clothes to Kids seeking donations for annual "Drop (off) Your Drawers" drive: The Drop (off) Your Drawers drive is collecting new, unopened underwear, specifically boys' sizes 4-16 (briefs and boxers), young men's sizes 30 and up, girls' sizes 6-16, juniors sizes 5 and up (primarily bikini style). Each …
LARGO — An Uber driver is in the hospital after he was shot in the abdomen early Tuesday morning while driving, causing him to crash his car.
ST. PETERSBURG — The mayoral race goes into the home stretch starting Tuesday.