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  1. Pinellas news briefs


    SHINE seeks volunteers  …

  2. Pinellas man shares connection through drums


    ST. PETERSBURG — Steve Turner stood with his drum strapped across his shoulders at the center of a circle of chairs assembled in at the multipurpose room at PARC. …

  3. Pinellas detention corporal fired after DUI arrest


    REDINGTON SHORES — A Pinellas County Sheriff's Office corporal was fired after deputies arrested her early Monday on a driving under the influence charge. …

    Jo Anna Barker, 35, was fired from her position as a Pinellas County Sheriff's Office detention corporal after she was arrested on a driving under the influence charge. Barker had worked for the Sheriff's Office since October 2011. [Pinellas County Jail]
  4. Pinellas news briefs


    Business professionals invited to 'lunch and learn' –  …

  5. Hometown South Pinellas


    Clearwater Sun reunion seeks former employees …

  6. Hometown North Pinellas


    Clearwater Sun reunion seeks former employees …

  7. Pinellas County Urban League expands help


    The Pinellas County Urban League has expanded into Hernando, Lake, Marion, Pasco, Seminole and Sumter counties. …

  8. Driver dies when car leaves road, crashes into ditch in Pinellas Park


    PINELLAS PARK — An 18-year-old St. Petersburg man was killed Saturday afternoon after his vehicle left the roadway and crashed into a concrete wall in a ditch, police said.  …

  9. Pinellas news briefs


    Heart of Pinellas Decorative Artists host annual luncheon: The Heart of Pinellas Decorative Artists will host their annual luncheon at Faith Community Church in Seminole on March 11. Baskets and art pieces will be raffled to support the club and its philanthropic efforts. Luncheon tickets are $20 and may be purchased by contacting Toni VanKirk at (727) 392-2670. The organization has more than 75 members and is the local chapter of the international group, the Society of Decorative Painters.  …

  10. Hometown Pinellas


    St. Pete student named to dean's list at Stephens College: Aja Depass of St. Petersburg was named to the honors dean's list for the fall semester of the 2016-17 year. Depass is a senior majoring in theater management. Stephens College is located in Columbia, Mo.  …

    ,    GREETINGS FROM GASPARILLA: Pirates from Ye Mystic Krewe of Gasparilla made a special trip across Tampa Bay to visit patients, families and staff at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital and shower them with colorful beads.
  11. North Pinellas Hometown


    Clearwater sailor trains with Navy in Japan: Master-at-Arms Second Class Kelsey Carlton from Clearwater serves aboard Fleet Activities Yokosuka in Japan. FLEACT Yokosuka provides, maintains and operates base facilities and services in support of the fleet.  …

    Inner Wheel of Dunedin North members show off their floral arrangement creations.
  12. Student targeted in 2013 attack at Calvin Hunsinger School sues Pinellas district


    It's been four years since Vanessa Chauvin left Calvin Hunsinger School in an ambulance after a classmate grabbed her ponytail and repeatedly kneed her stomach and face. …

    In 2013, Vanessa Chauvin, then 14, was attacked by another student at Calvin A. Hunsinger School. She has filed a lawsuit.
  13. Hometown South Pinellas


    Seminole student earns Eagle Scout status: Steve Keller earned Eagle status, the highest rank in Boy Scouts, after completing his project to build a kayak kiosk to house kayaks for the city of Largo. Keller is a member of Troop 340 in Seminole. …

    CASA released a new logo for its 40th anniversary. (Photo courtesy CASA).
  14. North Pinellas news briefs


    DUNEDIN council welcomes town questions Are you new to Dunedin and curious about its Scottish heritage? Do you need a building permit for a new addition to your house? Or maybe you want to take an art class but aren't sure where to sign up. Whatever questions you have, you're in luck. …

  15. Pinellas licensing board will negotiate settlement with ex-leader Rodney Fischer


    LARGO –– The governing board of the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board voted unanimously Thursday to hire an interim executive director and to negotiate the exit of its old executive director. …

    Rodney Fischer, former executive director of the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board, asked the governing board to give him a $100,000 payout at Thursday's meeting. The board voted to negotiate a settlement with its former leader. [SCOTT KEELER   |   Times]
  16. Pinellas Park police: teenage brothers arrested after altercation


    PINELLAS PARK — Two teenage brothers were arrested after an altercation between the two led to one brother barricading himself in their residence, according to police. …

  17. Pinellas' Meadowlawn Middle experimented with no bells, too

    The Gradebook

    Silence is golden for students and staff at Seminole High. Eliminating the use of bells to signal class changes has worked so far for the Warhawks this year, but they weren't alone in experimenting with bell-free school days. …

    Claudius Effiom has served as the principal of Meadowlawn Middle since 2013.
  18. Troubled Pinellas board would face ethics training in House bill

    The Buzz

    The Florida House is forging full speed ahead with a plan to impose higher ethics laws on most city and town elected officials and to thousands of political appointees to local boards, including the Pinellas outfit that's the target of a grand jury investigation following a series of reports in the Tampa Bay Times. …

    Rep. Larry Ahern supports mandatory ethics training for Pinellas Construction Licensing Board members.
  19. MLS holds its version of spring training in Pinellas County


    Spring training in Florida has always meant baseball in March. That used to be especially true in St. Petersburg, where over the years Al Lang Stadium was the spring home for teams like the Yankees, Orioles, Mets, Cardinals and the early years of the Devil Rays. …

    The backdrop at Al Lang Stadium isn't too shabby as visiting MLS teams play in the Rowdies' annual Suncoast Invitational. (Courtesy of the Rowdies)
  20. South Pinellas social scene


    1.26.17 ST. PETERSBURG — While most folks don't relish a meeting with their lawyer, for more than 100 third-graders across the Tampa Bay area, it's something to enjoy. …

    Dr. Michael Grego, superintendent of Pinellas County Schools, right, spoke at a Lawyers for Literacy event hosted by Tara and Lucas Fleming.

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