ST. PETE BEACH — The city must spend millions of dollars to repair and refurbish its aging sewer system or pay severe penalties to the state Department of Environmental Protection.
ST. PETERSBURG — Last year, police officers were dispatched to more than 9,700 calls triggered by false security alarms, an average of about 27 a day.
Police: Hotel burglar snags erectile dysfunction meds, ostomy pouches
With authentic music from Ybor City's Orquesta Infinidad, and food from Parkshore Grill, the St. Petersburg Museum of History's "Hot Havana Nights" fundraiser also offered spectacular nighttime views of the city's waterfront from inside historic Hangar 1 at Albert Whitted Airport.
SEMINOLE — Developers want millions in tax rebates from Pinellas property owners for redeveloping Seminole Mall and they want the city's help in convincing county commissioners to agree to the deal.
ST. PETERSBURG — They became friends at Lakewood High School more than 25 years ago, a bond born through basketball.
Fundraising firefighters: A group of ambitious firefighters from Lealman put down their hoses and trained for Tough Mudder Central Florida on Nov. 8 in Kissimmee. Carl Joyner, Daniel Gregory, Jason Sharpe, Jeremy Graham and Eddie Robertson competed in a challenging series of obstacles as a fundraiser for the …
CELEBRATE FESTIVAL OF TREES THIS WEEKEND
One sprite is soaking in a tub of hot cocoa, while another is diving into a pot of icing. Hey elves, only 35 days until Christmas. Quit smelling the cookies and get back to work.
Downtown's residential development boom is in full swing. Three apartment buildings are completed, four more are in various stages of construction and six condo projects are under way. • By the time they are all finished, 2,031 new homes will be added within less than a mile of …
What's in dispute in St. Pete Beach
ST. PETE BEACH — A whisper of clarity has entered this city's decade-long debate and legal fighting over its comprehensive plan and development rules.
Can you tell me what kind of work is going on along 49th Street and about 30th Avenue N?
ST. PETERSBURG — Four weeks ago, Mayor Rick Kriseman stood on the steps of City Hall to announce his city would be the first in the Tampa Bay area to raise the floor on wages for its workers.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city will end its budget season with a surplus for the first time in years, despite months of projections about a possible deficit.
ST. PETERSBURG — Anyone hoping for a radical makeover on the city's waterfront likely left disappointed from a public meeting held Thursday at the Vinoy Renaissance resort.