ST. PETERSBURG — It's good to be green, especially if it makes the city millions in cash.
LARGO — Monday through Friday, for 40 years, Tasker Beal awoke before the sunrise.
ST. PETERSBURG — Over the objections of police Chief Tony Holloway, council members on Thursday tentatively approved a measure that would allow people caught with small amounts of marijuana to avoid jail and instead pay a fine.
CLEARWATER — Two ballgames, all-you-can-eat-food and a fireworks show isn't all you'll get for $18 at Bright House Networks Field this weekend. Entry fees will help two local law enforcement officers fight cancer.
OLDSMAR — At the end of last week's City Council meeting, council member Jerry Beverland, a 50-year resident, seemed a little grumpy when he used unpleasant verbiage to describe St. Petersburg.
ST. PETERSBURG — A small piece of land on one of the most visible intersections in the city changed ownership Tuesday.
LARGO — City Manager Henry Schubert has created a section on a community forum website to discuss ideas for Largo's identity and future.
GULFPORT — After a fire engulfed a plaza with four shops this month, community leaders are raising money to get the businesses back up and running.
ST. PETERSBURG — Neighborhood leaders in the southern end of town are effusive in their praise of police Officer Dennis Kelly.
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Two businesses that have operated in the city for more than a half-century are being forced to move or close their doors to make room for a parking garage planned by the Postcard Inn.
LARGO — A former Largo plumbing inspector is suing the city, claiming that officials violated a law meant to protect whistle-blowers by firing him in retaliation for a complaint he filed with a state agency.
When you think of the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, from the images of destroyed wetlands and dead animals to the spill circulating through the Gulf of Mexico, the memories remain all too vivid.
GIVE DAY TAMPA BAY: This communitywide, 24-hour online challenge is hosted by the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay. This charitable event helps nonprofits raise money and bring awareness to the challenges facing these organizations. To donate, visit giveday.org/ anytime on Tuesday. The minimum donation is $25. …
TREASURE ISLAND — Residential and commercial building is on the rise in the city, enough so that the city plans to hire another employee to issue permits and do inspections.
Four years ago, Canterbury School of Florida's Danielle Romanello committed to play softball at the University of Florida, the school she had always dreamed of attending.