Advertisement
  1. Archive

St. Petersburg Recreation gets it kicks

Base runner Ripley Brown, 9, of St. Petersburg, a kickball player for J.W. Cate Recreation Center, right, gets back to third base as third baseman Donnie Summers, 9, St. Petersburg of Campbell Park Recreation Center, awaits the throw, left, Friday, 4/14/17 at Woodlawn Park. 130 children, ages 6-11 representing 10 City of St. Petersburg recreation centers participate in the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department kickball games each Friday. The season concludes with playoff gamers in May. J.W. Cate defeated Campbell Park 7-2.
Published Apr. 14, 2017

130 children, ages 6-11, representing 10 city recreation centers, are currently participating in the City of St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Kickball League at Woodlawn Park, St. Petersburg each Friday. The season began with games in March and runs through May when it concludes with a playoff series.

ALSO IN THIS SECTION

  1. Hillsborough County Commissioner Kimberly Overman is spearheading anti-human trafficking efforts. [OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times]
    The new commission is the latest in a string of initiatives aimed at snuffing out human trafficking ahead of upcoming events like WrestleMania in April and the Super Bowl in 2021.
  2. Hillsborough County Center, located at 601 E Kennedy Blvd. in downtown Tampa. LUIS SANTANA  |  Times
    The new year will bring a new cast of characters to Hillsborough County politics, from county administrator, tax collector and clerk of courts to a new school superintendent.
  3. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates. Tampa Bay Times
    David Walter Engberg, 29, died from his injuries near the intersection of Daughtry Road, troopers said.
  4. Tampa Mayor Jane Castor (far right) and her dog Alcaldesa joined students from Rampello K-8 Magnet School on a Nov. 14 walk across the school's newly-painted crosswalk, located at the intersection of Jefferson and Washington streets in downtown Tampa. CITY OF TAMPA  |  City of Tampa
    Hundreds of transportation and public safety advocates from across the country brought their ideas to Tampa for the Safe Routes to School National Conference.
  5. Sally Carlson of Seminole talks to her newly adopted 5-year-old miniature poodle held by Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center volunteer Mary Claire Streator. Potential owners browsed some of the 300 puppies that were put up for adoption Sunday in the gymnasium at All People's Life Center in Tampa. The designer-breed dogs had been rescued from Trish's All Breeds Pet Grooming in Tampa, where they were found sick and malnourished. Prospective owners were chosen out of thousands who applied during a lottery-type system and were able pick out a dog. LUIS SANTANA   |   TIMES  |  Tampa Bay Times
    The animals were found in deplorable conditions at a grooming business in September. Their new owners had 15 minutes to make a selection.
  6. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates. Tampa Bay Times
    The fire destroyed one business and damaged others inside a strip mall at the corner of 49th Street South and 1st Avenue South
  7. Chief Veterinarian Mallory Offner examines a female rescue puppy at the Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center in Tampa. MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE  |  Times
    With 250 of the pooches ready for adoption, each potential puppy parent has a 1-in-4 shot at getting picked in today’s drawing.
  8. Hillsborough Community College solicited "non-binding letters of interest or intent” last month from developers interested in purchasing the Dr. Gwendolyn W. Stephenson District Administration Center on Davis Islands. OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times
    Developers have eyed the 3.7 acre waterfront parcel for years, but recent interest has prompted the college’s trustees to finally start the conversation.
  9. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates. Tampa Bay Times
    Pasco firefighters said the blaze broke out at a home in the 3000 block of Thistledown Lane.
  10. Four, six-week old puppies rescued from inadequate breeding conditions, wait to be checked by veterinary staff at the Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center. Over 300 small-breed dogs were rescued from a breeder on Monday, Sept. 23, 2019. MARTHA ASENCIO-RHINE  |  Times
    To qualify for a Hillsborough County lottery, apply in person Sunday and pass a background check.
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement