Scores of small business owners who pleaded to keep their pole signs left a big impression on city leaders March 19, as commissioners moved forward with repealing a 12-year-old deadline that would ban the signs come June.
CLEARWATER — Despite uncertainties about money for a local match, Pinellas County commissioners voted, 5-2, March 12 to continue work toward securing a grant to fund construction of a Tampa Ba…
Florida Highway Patrol troopers charged a 37-year-old St. Petersburg woman with DUI, reckless driving and driving in the wrong direction in connection with a crash that occurred about 3:17 a.m…
It’s what all True Believers have been waiting for since the closing credits of 2018’s “Avengers: Infinity War.”
A number of new movies will hit theaters this week, including the following film opening in wide release:
ST. PETERSBURG — The exhibition “A Feast for the Eyes: European Masterpieces from the Grasset Collection,” will open Saturday, March 23, at the Museum of Fine Arts, 255 Beach Drive NE, St. Pet…
ST. PETE BEACH — Here come the craft artisans!
OLDSMAR — The City Council will be female-centric moving forward after former council member Linda Norris and political newcomer Katie Gannon won on March 12.
Mayor Leslie Waters told council members at their March 12 Seminole City Council meeting that leaders at American Legion post in Madeira Beach are “concerned” that there is no American flag installed at Seminole City Center.
It is such a tiny park to win such a big award. After years of planning, the Pocket Park at Gulf Boulevard and Walsingham Road is complete and the planning and building of it has won the American Public Works Association West Coast Branch’s Project of the Year — Structure Award for the year 2019.
As more emphasis is placed on the future of downtown Largo, the scope and budget of a project that aims to make roadway and multimodal improvements to that section of West Bay Drive are getting larger.
The City Council has given two young entrepreneurs permission to bring their unique business to Clearwater Beach. Spencer LaBarbera and Ryan Barca of New Fairfield, Connecticut, own and operate a beach valet service on Treasure Island called Sand Runners, carrying heavy coolers, beach bags, and other items for beachgoers who don’t want to “schlep” all that stuff across the sand.