ST. PETERSBURG — It's not just artists who see the potential of the Warehouse Arts District. A Polish vodka distillery, a high-tech company, a custom furnituremaker and a real estate investor who spent $1.7 million buying up property last year see it too.
ORANGE BLOSSOM GROVES SELLS; HOMES TO BE BUILT ON SITE
TREASURE ISLAND — City voters will have only one race to decide when the March 10 election arrives.
LARGO — Sewer rates are expected to jump at least 15 percent next year and could go even higher to pay for a $37 million plan to revamp the city's system.
When Daryl Blume took over the Shorecrest Prep boys basketball program midway through the 2010 season, he wasn't exactly handed a powerhouse.
Art Festival Beth-El
Art Festival Beth-El celebrates its 42nd year with a three-day extravaganza Saturday through Monday at Temple Beth-El, 400 Pasadena Ave. S, St. Petersburg. The invitational juried show and sale features works indoors and outdoors.
It is one of the oldest public safety axioms: That if doing X, Y or Z will save but only one life, just one, then whatever the proposal, it is still worth the cost and effort to implement.
TAKE A STEP to FIGHT HUNGER: Join walkers for Church World Service's Pinellas CROP Walk on Feb. 22. Money raised and food collected from the walk help to fill a gap by providing food to two local food pantries, Daystar Life Center and the St. Petersburg Free Clinic. Registration starts at 1:30 p.m. at First …
Alexander, Tara and Jason Zach, St. Petersburg, a girl, 6 pounds, Jan. 8, 2015, 7:33 a.m., Bayfront Health St. Petersburg.
I have not seen much progress on the improvement at Ulmerton Road and Roosevelt Boulevard. The construction has made a nightmare of all cross traffic and turning traffic and is not getting better. The traffic lights on 34th Street at Ulmerton are extremely long during morning hours and the eastbound turns from …
ST. PETERSBURG — The new art gallery on St. Petersburg's historic 22nd Street S features art, of course — specifically African and Caribbean art. But depending on when you stop in, owner Carla Bristol has other offerings in her Gallerie 909.
COLLEGE FUND: The Board of Directors of the College Fund of Pinellas County hosted a holiday luncheon to recognize student grant recipients Dec. 22 at Anona United Methodist Church in Largo. College students who brought satisfactory grade transcripts for the fall semester were given $500 by treasurer Sherry …
Think Paris, and you often think of lights and love, so the theme for the annual Charity Ball presented by the All Children's Hospital Guild Evening Branch was appropriate: "Amour au Clair de Lune." or "Love Under the Moonlight."
Broken Microphone ends in arrest
An intoxicated man who wanted to sing was arrested on charges that he broke a microphone at a bar, police said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Jason Mells says he thinks two things when he sees a car with tinted windows following him.