DUNEDIN — Introducing Henry and Sylvia — a pair of turtles that will adorn a mural on the Curlew Water Tower.
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.
CLEARWATER — The Philadelphia Phillies confirmed today that five players and three staff members working at the club’s Clearwater facility have tested positive for COVID-19.
DUNEDIN — Jeff Gow, his voice choked by emotion, asked fellow city commissioners to denounce racism, acts of intolerance and discrimination. They had his back.
In 1919, the world had just seen the end of World War I, and a horrible pandemic called the Spanish Influenza of 1918. By 1920, 100 years ago, the country and Dunedin made it to the decade that would later be called the “Roaring 20s.” During the 1920s, Dunedin went through an amazing decade …
DUNEDIN — Bracing for a reduction in sales tax revenue stemming from the novel coronavirus, city officials spoke in favor of shelving plans to build a new parking garage and aquatic center in the near future.
“My best friend has just succumbed to influenza, and several thousand cases are in the city with a great shortage of nurses and doctors. The theaters, churches, and all gatherings of every kind have stopped.”
DUNEDIN — Cutting through the legal weeds on a highly publicized case of a homeowner at odds with the city over unmowed grass, the latest is a court ruling expected in several weeks.
DUNEDIN — The founder of a virtual tip jar to help raise money for servers and others in the hospitality industry is delighted by the response to his project.
DUNEDIN — The Our AIM Foundation has been providing basic services and necessities, such as food, water, education and shelter, in impoverished and developing communities around the world for more than a decade.
DUNEDIN — Though the streets in town are quiet, there's no shortage of activities behind the scenes underway in the community to support local businesses and the economy.