Tampa Bay Through The Times - This special report on the 125th anniversary of the St. Petersburg Times explores how the St. Pete Times and Tampa Bay share a history. Tampa Bay history offers many examples of how the St. Petersburg Times and its editors shaped and influenced events not just in St. Petersburg, but throughout Pinellas County, in Tampa and Hillsborough County and into Pasco County and Hernando County.
Picking the most important or most interesting front page out of 12 decades of publishing is an impossible task. Still, a panel of St. Petersburg Times editors combed through the archives and chose these 10 as having a significant impact. Of these, which would you pick as number one? Look through them and cast your vote at right.

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Dec. 13, 1962 - Brrrrrrrrr!! - This is certainly not the most important, but perhaps it is the most unusual front page the St Pete Times ever printed. During a record cold spell, the entire front was printed with blue ink.
St. Petersburg Times - Dec. 13, 1962 - Brrrrrrrrr!! - This is certainly not the most important, but perhaps it is the most unusual front page the St Pete Times ever printed. During a record cold spell, the entire front was printed with blue ink.