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  1. North Pinellas Hometown

    Briefs

    MEDAL CEREMONY HONORS KOREAN WAR VETERANS: The Ambassador Medal for Peace, issued by South Korea, was awarded to 11 Korean War veterans in a ceremony at American Legion Post 7 in Clearwater on March 24. …

    The Soccer Maniacs won the Girls’ Division Championship for the inaugural Champions Cup U12. 
  2. Spring football primer for Pinellas County

    Footballpreps

    Spring football practices start Monday for high schools around the state, and the annual evaluation of talent and position battles begins as teams retake the field. New coaches in the mix …

    S Craig Watts drops back into coverage during Gibbs High School Football practice in St. Petersburg  Monday afternoon (08/11/14).
  3. Pinellas news briefs

    News

    GREEN FESTIVAL: Safety Harbor will be holding its Green Festival from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday at Marina Park, 110 Veterans Memorial Lane. This is an interactive event where people can learn how to live healthier and more sustainable lives. The event offers a wide selection of plants, eco-friendly home products, handmade items, health treats including juices, holistic health options, educational activities and hands-on demos. For information, call (727) 320-2202 or visit Simplyeventsfl.com  …

  4. Hometown North Pinellas

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    PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES PRESENT CFY WITH CHECK: Just before the final 2015 spring training home game at Bright House Field on April 2, the Philadelphia Phillies donated $7,500 to Clearwater For Youth as a portion of their Spring Training fundraising auctions. CFY will use the donation to provide grants and scholarships to local youth sports programs and participants, continuing to ensure that financial needs do not hinder opportunities for any athletic program or child. Bonnie Clark and John Timberlake, along with the Phillie Phanatic, presented the check to CFY executive director Hank Webb and chairman Brian Aungst. …

    The $7,500 donated to Clearwater For Youth at Bright House Field in Clearwater on April 2 will provide grants and scholarships to local youths and youth programs.
  5. Pinellas Park police chief turns over helm to successor

    Briefs

    PINELLAS PARK POLICE CHIEF DORENE THOMAS RETIRES TODAY After 40 years in policing, Dorene Thomas will hang up her badge this morning at a change of command ceremony. Thomas will officially turn over command of the Pinellas Park Police Department to Michael Haworth at the 11 a.m. ceremony. …

    Chief Dorene Thomas retires with 40 years of service.
  6. South Pinellas Hometown

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    FEMALE LEADERS RECOGNIZED AT SWAT MEETING: At the March meeting for SWAT Networking at the St. Petersburg Chapter, the nine professional women pictured above were recognized as new and returning members. SWAT, which stands for Successful Women Aligning Together, meets at seven locations around Manatee and Sarasota counties with a new chapter in St. Petersburg. All women in business are welcome to attend to network and build relationships, meet other professional women and learn marketing techniques. For information go to www.swatnetworking.com. …

    National Merit Finalist Kelly Burke, a senior at St. Petersburg Catholic, is congratulated by the Rev. Mike Conway, school president.
  7. Pinellas births

    News

    Beck, Sarah and Ryan, Clearwater, a girl, 6 pounds 11 ounces, March 6, 2015, 7:26 a.m., Mease Countryside Hospital, Safety Harbor.Covais, Elisha and Errol Benson, Palm Harbor, a boy, 9 pounds 1 ounce, March 24, 2015, 1:11 p.m., All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg.

  8. Pinellas news briefs: Curlew Creek principal resigns abruptly

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    PALM HARBOR — The longtime principal of Curlew Creek Elementary School has resigned suddenly, and there is no public explanation as to why.  …

    A kayaker relaxes off Dunedin Causeway taking in the setting sun.
  9. How do Pinellas teachers feel about Common Core?

    The Gradebook

    Is there a buy-in problem when it comes to the Common Core State Standards in Pinellas County Schools? The answer may be yes if you believe the results of a recent survey of Pinellas teachers. …

  10. Pinellas births

    News

    Culbert, Melissa and Sean, St. Petersburg, a boy, 8 pounds 9 ounces, Feb. 27, 2015, 11:41 a.m., Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. Fallon, Elizabeth and John Bricker, Jr., St. Petersburg, a boy, 7 pounds 10 ounces, March 20, 2015, 12:47 p.m., Bayfront Health St. Petersburg. …

  11. Hometown North Pinellas

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    SCOTTISH AMERICAN SOCIETY HONORS DUNEDIN RESIDENT: Longtime Scottish American Society of Dunedin member and board member Dee Stultz was honored during a ceremony at the organization's annual Mince & Tatties Dinner on March 24 at the Scottish American Society Hall. …

    St. Paul’s students Cade Richards, Lyna Schaffer and John Stinnette help out at Pinellas Hope.
  12. Pinellas eyes solution for developing Toytown landfill: Remove the garbage

    Localgovernment

    ST. PETERSBURG — The ad for the sprawling piece of vacant land in the heart of Pinellas County reads like a developer's dream. …

    The 240-acre, county-owned parcel near I-275 and Roosevelt Boulevard is already zoned to allow for up to 2 million square feet of office space and 1.5 million square feet of retail, housing and hotel space.
  13. Pinellas news briefs

    News

    CALLING DUNEDIN HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI: The Dunedin High School Class of 1965 will be holding its 50th reunion on May 1-3. Graduates will be meeting at the Livingroom in Downtown Dunedin on May 1 at 4 p.m. for happy hour; May 2 will be a dinner at the Dunedin Country Club; and the event will finish up with breakfast at 10 a.m. at Casa Tina, Dunedin. For information, call Bev at (727) 393-5724. …

  14. Pinellas officials express concern about county's IT chief

    Localgovernment

    CLEARWATER — After 18 months on the job, Pinellas County's chief information officer has been put on notice by his high-profile bosses, who have concerns about his leadership and discord in his department. …

  15. Big properties hold big opportunities in North Pinellas

    Realestate

    STORY BY Keyonna Summers | PHOTOS BY JIM DAMASKE | Times staff For some, it was the recession. For others, it was hellish road construction. A few say it was simply the continuation of a years-long string of bad luck. …

    The former Wells Fargo, 2494 Bayshore Blvd., Dunedin.
  16. Pinellas relief bus driver named Florida's school-related employee of the year

    The Gradebook

    Cheryl A. Thomas, a relief bus driver and training assistant with Pinellas County Schools, was honored Friday in Orlando as Florida’s 2015 School-Related Employee of the Year. Thomas was selected from among five statewide finalists. …

  17. Plato charter school to open in Pinellas Park

    Education

    PINELLAS PARK — Acreage that once held a church and was destined to become a housing complex will be the site of a new charter school. …

  18. Things to do in North Pinellas

    Events

    10 Today Safety Harbor Boat Show: Boats of all shapes, sizes and styles fill the bay and the park for this show with clinics and other activities. Noon-8 p.m. Free. Safety Harbor Waterfront Park, 110 Veterans Memorial Lane. (727) 894-3644. …

    TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 06:  Actors Nia Renee Hill (L) and Bill Burr attend the "Black And White" after party presented by Nespresso at West Bar during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 6, 2014 in Toronto, Canada.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for LTLA)
  19. Motorcyclist killed in Pinellas Park crash

    Accidents

    PINELLAS PARK — A motorcyclist was killed Saturday night when police say a teen motorist stopped at a traffic light suddenly lurched into his path. …

  20. Dateline NBC to feature Pinellas murder trial

    Publicsafety

    Dateline NBC will feature a program at 10 p.m. tonight on the 2010 murder of Diane Kyne of Seminole. Her son Kevin Kyne was convicted of the murder in 2012 and sentenced to life in prison, but he won an appeal that gave him a new trial. This year a different jury found him not guilty and he is now free.  …

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