ST. PETERSBURG — Allison Pinto's front yard was full of kids and none of them were hers.
ST. PETERSBURG — The St. Petersburg Housing Authority defended its handling of the Jordan Park housing complex Thursday and asked the city to forgive a $3.1 million loan as it prepares to buy back and upgrade the troubled property.
LARGO — A list of potential stadium sites for the Tampa Bay Rays includes a former citrus grove in the city of Largo that developers are eyeing for townhouses.
ST. PETERSBURG — City officials asked Hillsborough County and Tampa last week to delay final action on the ferry contract.
MADEIRA BEACH — The appointment of Housh Ghovaee to the City Commission earlier this month violated the Sunshine Law, according to a lawsuit filed in Circuit Court last week.
ST. PETERSBURG – Residents and businesses around the 400 block of Central Avenue can expect a noisy, dusty few months as workers demolish a former hotel, bank and parking garage.
ST. PETE BEACH — Deborah Schechner, a longtime city activist and foe of tall buildings, was named interim mayor Tuesday after the City Commission interviewed 10 candidates.
ST. PETERSBURG — As a building began going up at the corner of 34th Street and 26th Avenue S, rumors included that it was a Starbucks, or even an apartment complex.
CUPCAKE CONTEST: The Morean Center for Clay is looking for volunteers to help with the sixth annual Great St. Pete Cupcake Contest. The center needs to fill the following times and slots Aug. 20: Two people are needed from 9 a.m. to noon, set-up and contestant escorts: Five people are needed from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., for …
You have to have a grudging sympathy for St. Petersburg's self-proclaimed civil rights icon, Omali Yeshitela.
I have heard that at long last, construction on the Duke Energy trail has finally started up. What is the expected completion date for this project?
TREASURE ISLAND — Lack of interest by surrounding fire departments in taking over Treasure Island's fire and emergency medical services means the city will keep operating its own service, at least for now.
You could say that the entrepreneur in Lauren Davenport began to emerge in middle school.
INDIAN SHORES — The Park Boulevard Bridge will be reduced to one lane during a two-week maintenance project that starts Wednesday, according to a Pinellas County news release.
The police officer strolled into the assisted living home on a mission to find Miss Betty.