ST. PETERSBURG — City officials confirmed rumors Monday that next year's Grand Prix of St. Petersburg will take place in early March, a couple weeks sooner than it has in past years.
ST. PETERSBURG — When crime scene technicians process evidence at the St. Petersburg Police Department, they go to in a cramped area on the ground floor of an 85-year-old building.
LARGO — This city's leadership is perceived as "stale" and wedded to status quo thinking that leaves many residents and employees wondering why they should try to be creative, concludes one Largo commissioner.
Do you ride a Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority bus? It's time to start paying attention.
ST. PETERSBURG — Just in time for the dog days of summer, Dandy's Pet Grooming is opening at 2150 First Ave. S.
The community is invited to participate Tuesday in National Night Out. The annual event, held in communities all over the country, is aimed at fostering good relationships between residents and their police department. St. Petersburg's celebration will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. at in the Target parking lot at 8151 Dr. …
LARGO — Construction is about to begin on a long-awaited health clinic for Pinellas County's homeless residents.
DUNEDIN — While Anthony Alford's University of Mississippi teammates were beginning their preparation for a Southeast Conference matchup with Alabama in Week 6 of the college football season, he was in the process of making a life-altering choice.
ST. PETERSBURG — A gourmet frozen fruit bars store is among three new businesses in the 600 block of Central Avenue.
ST. PETERSBURG — A 59-year-old man accused of walking naked in downtown while holding a cup of cranberry juice and vodka was arrested last week, according to police reports.
I would like to ask if you can find out who changed the traffic light pattern at Park and Seminole Boulevards. During rush hour, Park Boulevard backs up westbound through the light at Home Depot, causing major issues. Cars are running the red light to enter and leave Home Depot due to the backups. It now takes an …
SAFE BOATING CLASS: The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, Gulfport, will be presenting a "About Boating Safely" education course from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Aug. 8. This course meets the requirements for a Florida boater safety ID card. Student keeps all books and handout materials. Upon completion of the course and …
MADEIRA BEACH — A proposed 10 percent property tax rate increase to fund a $21 million budget is justified, city officials say, because of the progress made in the past few years, continuing capital improvements and the need to replenish the city's savings.
REDINGTON SHORES — An ongoing legal battle between town officials and the owner of the Redington Long Pier could result in more than $100,000 in fines for the pier owner.
Minson Rubin recalls signs that forbade and corralled "coloreds."