This tiny beach town of about 1,500 people is engaged in a potentially epic political and legal battle between beach residents and the town’s government over who has the right to use the dry sandy portion of its gulf-front beaches. “Yes, this could go as far as the U.S. Supreme Court,” says Redington Beach Town Attorney Robert Eschenfelder.
LARGO — During a Sept. 16 discussion on the best use of American Rescue Plan funds, Pinellas County Administrator Barry Burton asked commissioners if they would consider spending up to $4 mill…
PALM HARBOR — One man was killed and three people were injured in a crash that occurred about 3:23 a.m. Sept. 22 on northbound U.S. 19 at Innisbrook Drive.
In a classic case of misinformed decision-making, my father took me to see “Every Which Way but Loose” when it was released during the winter holiday in 1978. To his credit, the Motion Picture Association of America bestowed a PG rating on the Warner Bros. action-comedy film, so it probably …
The Suncoast Corvette Association held its 29th annual car show at the Seminole City Center on Sept. 11. The show, which featured hundreds of cars in all makes and models, recently relocated from the Pier in St. Pete and served as a benefit for Seminole Fire Department first responders.