ST. PETERSBURG— Bill Edwards' cash — $1.5 million, to be exact — to fix up Al Lang Stadium is what helped change attitudes at City Hall about his management of the facility.
ST. PETERSBURG — The St. Petersburg branch of the NAACP has been ordered to cease operations as state officials of the civil rights organization work to reorganize the unit, according to a letter sent to local board members Friday.
ST. PETERSBURG — When Bill Edwards complained about the poor conditions at Al Lang Field earlier this year, he demanded action. The mayor's office said the local business magnate knew the challenges of the aging waterfront icon when he bought the stadium's home team, the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
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In St. Petersburg a first-time juvenile offender who commits a nonviolent misdemeanor and admits to it can be given a civil citation and the tools to change through a program called the Juvenile Arrest Avoidance Program. But a recent survey showed that some police officers didn't know the program existed, and some who …
LARGO — The neighborhood in southwest Largo has tried hard over the years to overcome the challenges facing it.
GULFPORT — Property owners will pay the same city tax rate for the third consecutive year, but that doesn't mean the money is being spent in the same ways.
MADEIRA BEACH — The city is considering borrowing $2 million to bury all overhead utility lines along Gulf Boulevard's more than 2-mile length.
TREASURE ISLAND — City commissioners are sticking with this year's tax rate and rejecting City Manager Reid Silverboard's proposal to raise taxes to pay for infrastructure costs.
They brought colored eggs, cheese pizza from Hungry Howie's, bananas and pans of macaroni and cheese.
In late May, St. Petersburg High School volleyball coach Alex Sevillano held a meeting for new and current players. Before she entered the room, she prepared herself for the reality that junior Kaylan Marckese would not be attending.
Enoch Davis Center celebrates: Enoch Davis Center, 1111 18th Ave. S in St. Petersburg, is celebrating 33 years in the community from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday. This event features free goodie bags, haircuts, massages, nail polishing, face painting, clothes, light lunch, toiletries, blood pressure …
SEMINOLE — It would apparently be a first for Pinellas County if elected officials here give a developer millions of dollars in tax rebates for rebuilding Seminole Mall.
ST. PETERSBURG — It isn't just bad luck.
ST. PETERSBURG — Celebrated chef Michael Mina's farm-to-table restaurant in Sundial is going to be considerably smaller than first envisioned but will have room to grow.