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Groundbreaking is expected to begin within the next two months on a Children’s Discovery Garden that will allow kids to experience nature and teach them to be good stewards of the environment.

For the second week, Florida Department of Health reported an increase in COVID-19 cases compared to the previous week in Pinellas County. From March 29-April 4, DOH reported 1,590 new cases, bringing the total to 73,429. Six more people died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death to…

After four weeks of falling numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths, the downtrend came to a halt the week of March 22-28. Florida Department of Health reported 1,457 more cases than the prior week, bringing the count to 71,839. Twenty-eight more people died, upping the death toll to 1,554.

LARGO — Pinellas County commissioners agreed to waive their rules and take votes on requests to rename county property in honor of two men who have made a difference in the county’s justice system.

For the third consecutive week, Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County. From March 8-14, 1,231 cases were added to the count, bringing the tally to 69,192. Twenty-nine died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,510.

Florida Department of Health reported fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths in Pinellas County last week. From Feb. 22-28, 1,455 new cases were added, bringing the total to 66,646. Thirty-two more died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the death toll to 1,451.

If the trend continues, Pinellas County seems to on a track toward fewer COVID-19 cases and deaths this week. For the first six days, Feb. 22-27, Florida Department of Health reported 1,380 new cases, bringing the total to 66,571. Twenty-two more died due to the novel coronavirus, upping the…

LARGO — Pinellas County commissioners gave unanimous approval Feb. 9 to three funding agreements, including one that improves the county’s shelter capacity, another which helps with the local fight against the opioid epidemic and a third to enhance the seawall at Philippe Park in Safety Harbor.

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