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SEMINOLE — First Friday Seminole will return for an Independence Day weekend celebration Friday, July 2, 6 to 9 p.m., on the main street in front of Studio Movie Grill at Seminole City Center, 11201 Park Blvd. N., Seminole.

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LARGO — More than three dozen seniors from Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School in Seminole took part in the Seminole magnet school’s first ever graduation ceremony, held in the Largo High School auditorium on Thursday, June 3, 2021.

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After listening to almost three hours of presentations May 25, Pinellas County commissioners voted unanimously to deny a future land use map amendment, which ended the latest attempt to develop land formerly known as the Tides Golf Club in Seminole.

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City of Seminole officials held a ribbon-cutting at Waterfront Park March 3, officially opening its playground to children of all mobilities.

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Should the city of Seminole take over ballfields of the Seminole Youth Athletic Association? That’s the question the City Council is considering following a plea for action from a representative of the Greater Seminole Area Special Recreation District from which the SYAA fields are leased.

SEMINOLE — The city’s signature event of the year has been postponed, allowing organizers to create a safe and healthy environment for festival-goers.

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A lot has transpired in the country and the world since the Bucs beat the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII in San Diego on Jan. 26, 2003. One thing hasn’t changed since the team’s last title — the attitude of the Bucs’ loyal fan base.

SEMINOLE — Seminole City Center recently welcomed back Earth Fare, the grocery store that specializes in organic and health food. The store celebrated its grand reopening Jan. 23.

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A bald eagle that was found severely injured in early December was back in the sky last week as staffers and supporters of the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary set the majestic creature free. Seminole resident Richard Rushing and his wife, Alisa, found the bird in their naturally-kept yard on 74th …

St. Petersburg College students who lost jobs, fell behind on their tuition, or dropped out due to the coronavirus, got a little help from the school — $500 checks from the college’s COVID-19 relief package.

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. 

SEMINOLE — Seminole has grown a lot since it was incorporated in 1970. This includes its business community. As the city celebrates its 50th anniversary, let’s take a look at some of the oldest businesses in Seminole.

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