LARGO — Volunteers at the Greater Largo Library Foundation are planning on purchasing a mobile library to reach underserved communities.
If you think this August has been a hot one, wait until the Dunedin Fine Art Center's Wearable Art 11 arrives.
What's happening with Ulmerton Road? Judging by the number of requests for updates we've received from construction-fatigued motorists, lots of folks want to know. After all, about 250,000 vehicles traverse that major thoroughfare at its peak on weekdays.
LARGO — Overtime for firefighters is expected to cost Largo taxpayers more than a million dollars this year — about 90 percent more than the fire department's overtime budget.
ST. PETERSBURG — She thought the osprey would never fly again.
In theory, the idea of a water taxi shuttling people from downtown Clearwater to the beach to help them avoid an inevitable battle for parking seemed like a foolproof business.
Today marks the official start to the 2015 football season — one that promises up to 16 weeks of competition. But outside of the X's and O's, playoff favorites and highly touted recruits, there are a lot of fun things that Pinellas County high school football has to offer. Here are some of our favorites:
ST. PETERSBURG — Since taking over the city's fledgling recycling program three weeks ago, Mike Dove has spent at least three hours a day in the hundreds of miles of alleys that crisscross the city.
TREASURE ISLAND — Treasure Island is losing two of its key employees — police Chief Tim Casey is retiring after 19 years on the force and city attorney Maura Kiefer has abruptly resigned following months of citizen complaints.
LARGO — Crime and other problems at Bayhead Action Park have become so bad that some neighbors are calling for more police and that the skate park be closed.
ST. PETERSBURG — Developers are looking beyond the residential tear-down or rare vacant lot near aging apartment buildings for the latest wave of condos and luxury homes near downtown. And it's the proximity to the Old Northeast neighborhood and downtown, not a water view, that are their main draws.
ST. PETERSBURG — Julian Bond was a historic figure in the civil rights movement, but for some local residents, he was more than a distant hero.
ST. PETERSBURG — Lionel Roberts moved to St. Petersburg more than 30 years ago bringing the life experience of a northern transplant and a Caribbean immigrant.
BOX CAR RALLY TO BENEFIT LOCAL SCHOOLS: There will be a Box Car Rally in downtown Clearwater's Cleveland Street District that will benefit local schools through the Achieva Foundation.
A man already incarcerated and accused of forcing minors into prostitution picked up an additional battery charge when he fought with another inmate about watching The Jerry Springer Show, according to an arrest report.