Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a stay-at-home order that began Friday, April 3, and continues through the end of the month. Under the executive order, people are required to stay home and “limit their movements and personal interactions to only those necessary to obtain or provide essential services or conduct essential businesses.” To assist the public, county staff and the sheriff’s office made a list of what would be considered nonessential.
Florida Highway Patrol reported on the death of a 92-year-old Largo man involved in a crash that occurred about 5:48 p.m. March 26 on 66th Street North south of 123rd Avenue North in Pinellas Park.
The long-awaited demolition of the historic Redington Pier has begun, bringing an end to what has been considered a historic treasure. The wooden pier dates to 1962 and is the only such structure left on the Pinellas beaches. Check out our gallery as we chronicle its dismantling in photos.
SEMINOLE — Former Councilor Jim Quinn will come out of retirement to fill the Seminole City Council seat left vacant following the March 18 death of Councilor Bob Matthews.
REDINGTON SHORES — Following her win over longtime District 1 Commissioner Tom Kapper, Commissioner-elect Jennie Blackburn told Tampa Bay Newspapers what issues are important to her and what s…
LARGO — The City Commission unanimously on March 17 approved a 3% salary increase for City Manager Henry Schubert that will increase his annual salary to $208,296 for fiscal year 2020.