Monday, November 19, 2018

St. Pete Times News

Family and city mourn loss of Ben Shirley, 48-year St. Petersburg employee

Family and city mourn loss of Ben Shirley, 48-year St. Petersburg employee

St. Petersburg Sanitation Director Ben Shirley died last week at age 68, ending his nearly half-century employment with the city. He left behind two grieving families.
Published: 11/16/18
Hometown Pinellas

Hometown Pinellas

'Women who care' raise money for charity
Published: 11/16/18
Paper or plastic? Either will cost you under St. Petersburg proposal

Paper or plastic? Either will cost you under St. Petersburg proposal

In addition to new regulations on straws and Styrofoam, the city is looking at implementing a fee for all single-use bags
Published: 11/16/18
Victim in fatal wrong-way crash was a veteran who died on Veteran’s Day

Victim in fatal wrong-way crash was a veteran who died on Veteran’s Day

He was fatally injured Monday while loading his bike onto the front of a bus on Gulf Boulevard. The wrong-way driver was impaired, deputies say.
Published: 11/13/18

Madeira Beach referendum tightens development regulations

Among the 10 questions was one approved by voters that requires four of five commissioners to okay certain rezonings.
Published: 11/15/18

Dr. Delay: is anything happening with 40th Avenue bridge?

It will likely be several years before a new bridge is completed, according to the city.
Published: 11/13/18
Seminole Chamber president to retire

Seminole Chamber president to retire

Roger Edelman, who has been president for six years, will stay through the end of the year. He will remain on the city Council.
Published: 11/13/18
FHP: Daytona Beach man killed crossing St. Petersburg street

FHP: Daytona Beach man killed crossing St. Petersburg street

The 59-year-old pedestrian walked into the path of an oncoming car, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Published: 11/13/18

Hometown Pinellas

Tarpon Springs writer honored
Published: 11/12/18
New St. Petersburg Pier starting to rise above ground

New St. Petersburg Pier starting to rise above ground

After months of work under the ground and water, construction is becoming more visible as it rises vertically.
Published: 11/14/18