ST. PETERSBURG — The city's reserves are poised to get a $1 million infusion in Mayor Rick Kriseman's proposed budget, the first replenishment in seven years.
No real ridership for rail system
Greenlight Pinellas is another ploy by a few politicians and businessmen to make money off the backs of the people of St. Petersburg. Building a rail line to anywhere is ludicrous. We are not a "train culture." We are a "car culture," and people will not give up their cars …
ST. PETERSBURG — A day after Mayor Rick Kriseman interviewed his top four candidates for police chief last month and introduced them to the community in a public meet-and-greet, he got on a plane to Dallas.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman has picked a surprise candidate to lead the St. Petersburg Police Department, after eliminating all four known finalists over the weekend.
ST. PETERSBURG — When he took office this year, Mayor Rick Kriseman wasted no time trying to jump-start the city's sputtering effort at universal curbside recycling.
GULFPORT— An early morning fiery car crash in St. Petersburg that killed three young women — two cousins and their aunt — left behind grieving families, and six children without their mothers.
MADEIRA BEACH — A special park dedicated to children who have died is about to be built in this beach community, thanks to more than a half-million dollars in donations from grieving families and community supporters.
TREASURE ISLAND — As city commissioners begin their workshops this week on the city's proposed $21.2 million budget for 2014-15, they might experience deja vu as they again struggle with ways to fund aging infrastructure.
A little more than a year ago, SPCA Tampa Bay announced an ambitious initiative aimed at keeping pets together with their caregivers as a way of reducing the number of animals that end up in Pinellas County's animal shelters each year.
KENNETH CITY — Property owners here would get no increase in taxes under a budget proposed for the coming fiscal year — the first spending plan under the town's new style of government.
SEMINOLE — In a rare move, irate council members here censured Patricia Plantamura, asking her "to cease and desist" from disruptive behavior or "step down from the Seminole City Council."
In late June, St. Petersburg police officer Daniel Poveda arrested a man without a name.
CLEARWATER — A seven-story parking garage at the north end of Clearwater Beach's tourist district keeps moving closer to reality despite persistent opposition by an assortment of nearby residents.
ST. PETERSBURG — Four city parks containing American Indian mounds are being primed for a digital upgrade and heightened protection status.
MADEIRA BEACH — Sharp political differences about future development in two of the county's largest beach communities were on vivid display Tuesday.