DUNEDIN — Fittingly, bicyclists whizzed by participants in a small ceremony commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Pinellas Trail.
City commissions and councils around Pinellas County met for the first time since the Nov. 3 general election this past week, and some new faces made their first appearance with their respective boards.
DUNEDIN — After more than an hour of digesting figures provided by staff and consultants, city commissioners are preparing to raise utility rates.
DUNEDIN — When it comes to enforcing regulations adopted to help control the spread of the coronavirus, law enforcement officials' goal is just getting people to do the right thing.
DUNEDIN — An anonymous couple, referred to as “nature lovers,” have pledged to give $2 million to the city for the purchase of the 43-acre Gladys Douglas-Hackworth property.
DUNEDIN — The Downtown Dunedin Merchants Association presented the Orange Award to Tampa Bay Newspapers marketing executive Kristina Garcia for her work in the community.
DUNEDIN — City commissioners and officials on Sept. 29 praised outgoing attorney Tom Trask and his firm for their legal work for city government over many years.
In honor of Veterans Day, I am proud to introduce this piece about a Dunedin History Museum member who grew up in Dunedin. “AC” recently retired with 41 years of military and government civilian service.
This year has been unprecedented and unpredictable, but there’s still time to get your finances on track. We’ve got a few tips to help wrap up this year and prepare for whatever 2021 brings.
Commissioners agreed to put $2 million on the table toward a cash transaction using Penny for Pinellas funds that have been made available by city officials. That's due to a decision weeks ago not to fund a parking garage project adjacent to a new city hall.
DUNEDIN — To build or not to build. Plans for a new city hall remain a hot topic as two candidates for City Commission and two for the mayor’s seat were split on the issue at a virtual forum Sept. 29.
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Institute for Strategic Policy Solutions, Dunedin Council of Organizations and the Downtown Dunedin Merchants Association, will host a virtual candidate forum from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29.
DUNEDIN — Though city commissioners said they recognize residents' financial hardships stemming from COVID-19, they unanimously decided to maintain city's current tax rate for the sixth consecutive fiscal year.
DUNEDIN — After hours of interviews and discussions over several weeks, city commissioners Sept. 15 hired the Tampa law firm of Bryant Miller Olive to provide legal services to the city.
DUNEDIN — It was not the first time — and probably not the last — that a plan to develop land considered to be environmentally sensitive has drawn stiff opposition in the community.
DUNEDIN — City officials are trying to encourage more affordable housing projects through a proposed ordinance that will modify some regulations and offer incentives to developers.
DUNEDIN — For many years, city officials have seen development ideas come and go for what's known as the Gateway property on the east end of town.
DUNEDIN — Executive leadership and board of trustees members of Mease Manor, a Life Plan senior living community in Dunedin, unveiled a new name and logo while breaking ground for a new Aquatic Center at the community Aug. 20.
DUNEDIN — The city of Dunedin has come together and designated a task force, gathering local nonprofits and business owners, to collaborate on an outreach campaign with a strong grassroots approach. Love Dunedin will share places to visit, eat, drink, play and shop local.
DUNEDIN — When Steve Olson of Dunedin lost his mother to Alzheimer’s disease in 2018, he became determined to help find a cure. Last year, he hosted the inaugural Paint Dunedin Purple fundraiser, which raised nearly $10,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association.
To many people in Dunedin, July 15, 2020, was just another day of trying to get through the strange events of our world with COVID-19. This month’s story is about an important event that happened on July 15, 1970, more than 50 years ago. For the Dunedin History Museum and several other indiv…
DUNEDIN — If having to revamp your entire business model, create new health and safety standards, all while adhering to new social distancing guidelines, were not enough for local business owners to worry about, imagine having to do all of that in the face of angry, defiant and abusive customers.
DUNEDIN — The coronavirus pandemic has forced the Scottish American Society and Cultural Center on Louden Avenue to close its doors to all activities and gatherings since March, which effectively cut off all of the center’s relied-upon revenue.
DUNEDIN — The city's Community Redevelopment Agency is discussing which projects to defer amid concerns about revenue shortages stemming from the coronavirus.
DUNEDIN — City officials are moving forward with plans to make their proposed $22 million city hall project shovel-ready despite uncertainty over funding and other issues related to the coronavirus.
DUNEDIN — City commissioners complimented plans for a 15-unit townhome subdivision at the northeast corner of Skinner Boulevard and Highland Avenue.
The abrupt halt to the 2020 spring training season in mid-March because of the coronavirus pandemic dealt a huge economic blow to Pinellas County, where the Toronto Blue Jays play in newly refurbished TD Ballpark in Dunedin and the Philadelphia Phillies have trained in Clearwater for more th…
DUNEDIN — Concerns about coronavirus prompted Commissioner Deborah Kynes to suggest that city officials consider having requirements pertaining to masks.
DUNEDIN — The race is on. Six candidates confirmed they are running for offices in the municipal election Tuesday, Nov. 3. They are Mayor Julie Ward Bujalski versus Commissioner Heather Gracy; Commissioner Moe Freaney versus Stacy Rush; and John Tornga versus Mike Quill.
DUNEDIN — Imagine finding the perfect spot to open your dream barbecue restaurant in downtown Dunedin and spending several months remodeling, only to open in March and face the impact of the coronavirus two months later.