Earlier this year, Polish artist Piotr Janowski decided to wrap his rental home and several trees in aluminum foil as part of his first outdoor art project.
Along with a variety of entertainment each night, Santa Claus will be on hand to visit with kids through Dec. 23.
There's hell. And then there is U.S. 19, where all hope really is lost.
ST. PETERSBURG — All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine is moving forward with plans to transform a parking lot into an $85 million research and education building.
OPERATION TWINKLE: Dunedin is holding its annual holiday food drive Operation Twinkle through Dec. 18. Drop off nonperishable food items, gift cards or toys in the lobby of City Hall, 542 Main St.; Solid Waste, 1070 Virginia St.; the library, 223 Douglas Ave.; or the Planning and Development Department at …
A long-term project on the Pinellas Trail is under way and could affect travel on the 47-mile linear park. Through February, different sections within a 2-mile portion will be undergoing shoulder repairs and maintenance to further stabilize the trail's banks. Crews will close one section at a time and closure signs will …
PINELLAS PARK —Council members Rick Butler and Jerry Mullins were re-elected this week after filing unopposed to run in the March 15 election.
Assistant State Attorney Dora Komninos has twice been on Gov. Rick Scott's short list of potential appointees for open Pinellas judge seats. Now the prosecutor is running for one.
ST. PETERSBURG — The battle over the sale of the historic former YMCA building is over and developer Nick Ekonomou, who bought it more than a year ago, is ready to begin restoration.
ST. PETERSBURG — They filled the seats in the City Hall chamber, uniting to have their say about a nearby affordable housing project.
It was a good year for Pinellas County sea turtles.
A diverse crowd of more than 200 people shared three collective experiences at the Museum of Fine Arts for the induction of Helen Pruitt Wallace as St. Petersburg's new poet laureate. Guests all said goodbye to a beloved home with its creaking doors and memories, shuddered at the constantly …
I read your recent article regarding the construction on Gulf Boulevard in St. Pete Beach. As a resident of SPB who travels the length of Gulf Boulevard daily, I was happy to hear about the transition to night-time road construction/paving. But I wonder if anyone else has commented on the terrible paving job. There …
DUI charge follows sip taken in traffic
A deputy stopped in traffic Nov. 20 looked at the car next to him and saw the driver sip from a 12-ounce bottle of Coors Light, according to an arrest report.
ST. PETERSBURG — After a sluggish start, word is spreading about the city's ParkOnce program, which gives people a free shuttle ride to Beach Drive or Central Avenue on weekend nights if they park in one of two city garages.