On Nov. 3, Melba Rilott passed away in her sleep. She was a very active member in various organizations in Dunedin, especially the last 30 years to the Dunedin History Museum.
DUNEDIN — With a unanimous vote, city commissioners started the discussion process that will eventually lead to construction of a state-of-the-art aquatic center in Highlander Park.
DUNEDIN — The Stirling Hotel, planned for two parcels at 380 Main St. and 830 Douglas Ave. and potential successor to the once-promising Courtyard on Main project, received a less-than-unanimous recommendation for design review application approval from the Local Planning Agency earlier this month.
One-of-a-kind, affordable gifts will be plentiful at the 28th annual Downtown Dunedin Craft Festival on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 20-21, on Main Street.
PINELLAS PARK — Roughly two dozen leaders from several Pinellas County communities, including Clearwater, Largo, Dunedin, Oldsmar, and Indian Rocks Beach, recently convened on a newly mapped side street in Pinellas Park, but not for a legislative meeting.
DUNEDIN — City commissioners Oct. 21 authorized staff to work with developers on an agreement to build a hotel on Causeway Boulevard that would be used by the Toronto Blue Jays players.
Art Harvest, presented by the Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 6-7, at Highlander Park, 903 Michigan Boulevard, in Dunedin.
City officials continue to take steps to clear the regulatory path for their goal of making the 43-acre Gladys Douglas Preserve a park.
City commissioners and officials are mulling over several options for the future use of the Coca-Cola property, including the city buying the 27-acre site.
Talk about having a big bucket list. City officials and commissioners are planning on how to use $18.3 million they expect to receive from the federal government.
DUNEDIN — The city of Dunedin’s Water Plant on County Road One is partially operational and able to produce adequate supplies of safe, quality drinking water, according to Director of Public Works Paul Stanek.
Penny Lane is more than just a whimsical reminiscence from the minds of the Beatles’ Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Penny Lane is a real place, there beneath the blue Dunedin sky. But perhaps not for long.
DUNEDIN — City officials are moving toward buying a .77-acre parcel downtown for a new parking garage, but they emphasized it's far from being a done deal.
DUNEDIN — The Toronto Blue Jays want their players to have a good night sleep as well as a comfortable place to do their homework after a day of training.
DUNEDIN — City commissioners are mulling over recommendations expected to ensure the operations and condition of Dunedin Golf Club are on solid ground in the years to come.
DUNEDIN — Efforts are under way to hire a company to work on a digital presentation project showcasing the historic Kellogg Mansion now that fund-raising for the first tier has exceeded the goal of $25,000.
DUNEDIN — A discussion over a proposed raise for City Manager Jennifer Bramley became tense Sept. 16 when Mayor Julie Ward Bujalski strongly urged commissioners to also approve a $2,000 bonus for her.
DUNEDIN — Infrastructure, affordable housing, economic development, public safety and community services. City officials have plenty of ideas for use of about $18.3 million in funding through the the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
As the city continues to grow and build new bed-and-breakfast establishments, the new Hampton Inn on the Dunedin Causeway, and other Airbnbs that add to the list of places to stay and visit within our community, many people do not realize that at an earlier time in Dunedin’s history the comm…
DUNEDIN — The Dunedin Food Pantry needs some more elbow room. Because of the continued increase in patrons, representatives of the pantry hope a new building is in its future.
DUNEDIN — City officials have been getting questions about whether the collapse of the high-rise building in Surfside warrants government action locally.
DUNEDIN — It may not have the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, but Dunedin turned out to be the perfect setting for a romantic comedy with a distinct Hollywood flair.
DUNEDIN — The missing artifacts have been returned to the Kellogg mansion, and now community leaders are focusing on using technology to showcase its architecture and share its story.
This past weekend, the new owners of the historic Kellogg mansion in Dunedin arrived at the home with their four children to enjoy the sunset. It was their first visit to the 1925 home since closing on it in mid-June. Their joyous moment turned to dismay, however, when they learned the house had been stripped of historical artifacts the city had been working for months to preserve, officials said June 29.
DUNEDIN — Citrus Styles owner Jennifer Dorr says the decision to open her upscale women’s clothing store downtown may best be described as “entrepreneurial karma.”
DUNEDIN — The beloved 9,995-square-foot Kellogg mansion at 129 Buena Vista Drive S. will be demolished soon, but efforts are underway to prevent it from being lost to history.