“It’s been a very, very hard year for us to say the least,” Seminole resident Holly Middleton said, referring to the death of her 5-year-old daughter in July. “We really needed some good news.” Her family got some when “Military Makeover,” a Lifetime reality show that changes the lives of military veterans and their families through home renovations and other gifts, selected the Middletons to be featured on the program.
DUNEDIN – Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri provided details to the press Feb. 18 at the conclusion of “Operation Punch List,” conducted Feb. 16-18 at a residence on Sky Loch Drive in Dunedin.
There’s only one Pinellas celebration that boasts both fresh local seafood and smokin’ hot blues: It’s time once again for the Clearwater Sea-Blues Festival, an event that features a full schedule of blues artists as well as seafood selections from local restaurants.
Pop quiz: How many feature films can you name that are based upon toy lines?
LARGO — The Pinellas County Historical Society will turn back the pages of history to present the 2019 edition of the Pinellas Folk Festival, set for Saturday, Feb. 23, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at H…
TARPON SPRINGS — Unique and innovative art-making processes will be the central theme of the upcoming exhibition “Unexpected: Art by Alternative Means” featuring Nathan Beard, Akiko Kotani and…
For years, Pinellas Park’s Taking it to the Streets Ministries delivered thousands of pounds of donated food to area food pantries. But when its pastor was diagnosed with cancer a year ago, the church was forced to shut down operations.
That’s when Dave Spano, owner of Seminole Garage, and his wife, Sunila Spano, swooped in to save the day.
MADEIRA BEACH — The City Commission passed a resolution Feb. 6 censuring and reprimanding former Commissioner Nancy Oakley for “behavior unsuitable and unbecoming” a commission member. The act…
LARGO — The city of Largo’s map is notorious for being riddled with unincorporated properties that leave plenty of gaps. It’s most commonly described as looking like Swiss cheese.
CLEARWATER — Clearwater’s police chief this week hit back at a cable series that portrayed his officers as part-time enforcers for the Church of Scientology.