ST. PETERSBURG — Steve Nadel remembers clearly when he first thought of luring the Tampa Bay Rowdies away from George M. Steinbrenner Field in Tampa.
Advertisements will start popping up by next year on the 47-mile Pinellas Trail.
Pinellas should change its emergency medical services system to allow firefighter-paramedics to take people to the hospital, says an outgoing state representative who is running for a seat on the County Commission.
ST. PETE BEACH — Masses of people came to the beach for the July 4 weekend, and with them came their trash.
ST. PETERSBURG — Interim police Chief Dave DeKay promoted five officers Thursday, capping a process clouded earlier this year by allegations of impropriety during testing.
A Local longboard lives up to its name. Its handcrafted deck is made of an exotic hardwood with a maple core from Central Florida. The wheels come from a manufacturer in St. Petersburg or Jacksonville. A few are designed by local artists. When the board leaves the Local Longboard Company to cruise down the Pinellas …
ST. PETERSBURG — Council members will have months to sift through the proposed budget Mayor Rick Kriseman submitted to them last week.
ST. PETERSBURG — Jeff Schorr has witnessed the evolution of the city's homeless problem over the years from his Central Avenue gallery.
CLEARWATER — The best key lime pie in America can be found on Sunset Point Road, according to some folks who ought to know.
On this much we can all probably agree. Rudy Ciccarello appears to be a man willing to put his money where his museum is — or will be.
ST. PETERSBURG — Pinellas County Property Appraiser Pam Dubov says her office will correct its records to show that the city, not a mysterious land trust, owns a large swath of Smacks Bayou.
ST. PETERSBURG — A New York investor could change the face of Central Avenue's EDGE District with construction of a retail incubator, loft apartments and a large garden.
ST. PETERSBURG — The fight between businessman Bill Edwards and the nonprofit St. Petersburg Baseball Commission over a popular downtown sports facility could be headed for a courtroom.
There is no official record book for such things, but the rumbling in local political circles is that Largo Mayor Pat Gerard already has raised more money than any other Democratic candidate for Pinellas County Commission.
MADEIRA BEACH — Residents could be facing their first city property tax rate increase in nearly 30 years in order to fund an ambitious citywide revitalization program and expansion of city services, a proposal the City Commission received without comment Monday.