ST. PETERSBURG — Bay Pines VA Health Care System Volunteer Services was instrumental in securing two grants from the Armed Forces Families Foundation for projects that directly benefit veterans and staff.
"Life is winning." That's the message Vice President Mike Pence sounded Wednesday afternoon while speaking to members of the Susan B. Anthony List, a national pro-life group, at Starkey Road Baptist Church in Largo.
SEMINOLE — When it comes to leadership, the two members of the Seminole City Council seeking reelection have a similar message: If it ain’t broke.
SEMINOLE — Despite the adverse effect the COVID-19 pandemic is having on various revenue streams, the city of Seminole will once again not be raising its property tax rate.
SEMINOLE — The North Pinellas Woman's Club of General Federation of Women's Clubs recently partnered with Seminole Lake Rotary Club for a Books Across Pinellas project.
Several leaders of local governments and organizations in Pinellas County had been patiently waiting with fingers crossed on Gov. Ron DeSantis to make his final decisions on the state budget.
TARPON SPRINGS — As Florida experiences a sudden surge in positive coronavirus cases, health care workers continue to fight the pandemic on the frontlines as they have every day for the past three-plus months.
SEMINOLE — John Elias, a former city attorney and Mr. Seminole who left his mark on the community, died May 31 after a lengthy illness.
SEMINOLE — The sanctuary was dark and a trifle too warm for comfort as Pastor Avis Smith walked through the room that could seat 600 worshipers at any given time.
SEMINOLE — It was a balmy Tuesday morning; the sun was beating down and a light breeze teased the air. Cars were lined up in a makeshift maze on the campus of Seminole United Methodist Church as their drivers waited patiently for a truck to arrive.
SEMINOLE — Gov. Ron DeSantis may have relaxed restrictions on restaurants so they can open up 50% of their dining rooms, but they still have 100% of their bills to pay.
Each year, hundreds of spectators pack Bay Pines National Cemetery, Largo Central Park or Veteran’s Memorial Park in Oldsmar for annual Memorial Day ceremonies to honor America’s fallen soldiers.
SEMINOLE — As a token of appreciation, Alexander Spine Center through June 30 will be providing complimentary chiropractic treatment, including examination, X-ray and adjustments, to Pinellas County police officers, firefighters, paramedics, nurses and doctors.
SEMINOLE — The first week of May was a tragic one for a Seminole nursing facility. Thirteen more residents of Freedom Square of Seminole died between May 2-7 from COVID-19, according to District 6 Medical Examiner’s office reports.
SEMINOLE — State and county leaders have each started to implement plans focusing on the recovery process from the COVID-19 pandemic. But plenty of uncertainty still lies ahead.
Joanne Kennedy was fully prepared to open her Indian Rocks Beach hair salon this past Monday. Gov. Ron DeSantis’ stay-at-home order had forced her business to be closed for a month, but she was certain that was going to end when he made his announcement April 29.
SEMINOLE — While most businesses in the grips of the coronavirus pandemic are worried about closing, one company is forging ahead with a grand opening. And it’s bringing 110 jobs with it.
The death toll at two Pinellas County nursing facilities beleaguered by outbreaks of the novel coronavirus continues to mount. According to reports from the District Six Medical Examiner’s office, 12 residents of Freedom Square of Seminole and four from St. Mark Village in Palm Harbor have now died.
The number of positive cases of coronavirus at a Seminole nursing facility continues to rise. Freedom Square executive director Michael Mason announced Sunday that 39 of the facility’s residents and patients have tested positive for the virus, 56 have tested negative, and test results for 29 are still pending.
Three elderly residents of a Seminole nursing and rehabilitation facility have died from complications of coronavirus, the company’s executive director said on Friday. He added that 36 patients at the facility have tested positive for the respiratory disease, 53 patients have tested negative, and six tests are still pending.
SEMINOLE — S.S. White Technologies, a local manufacturing company, has shown its creative and fighting spirits by setting up a quick production line to make face masks and distribute them free of cost.
SEMINOLE — Former Councilor Jim Quinn will come out of retirement to fill the Seminole City Council seat left vacant following the March 18 death of Councilor Bob Matthews.
SEMINOLE — Though the Seminole Recreation Center is closed indefinitely because of the coronavirus pandemic, its staff is working hard to remain connected with city residents.
SEMINOLE — Forced to temporarily close because of the coronavirus pandemic, Fluff’s Stuff Re-Tail for Rescue, a Seminole thrift shop that supports the advocacy work of the nonprofit Fluff Animal Rescue, will host daily virtual auctions for the foreseeable future.
SEMINOLE — Because of concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic, Seminole City Council and city administrators have postponed the Pow Wow Festival & Parade, which was set to run Friday, March 13, through Sunday, March 15, at the Seminole Recreation Center.
SEMINOLE – When councilors voted to purchase two pavilions for Waterfront Park for approximately $159,000 at the Feb. 11 Seminole City Council meeting, several members of council expressed concerns over the project.
SEMINOLE — As part of the summer Freshman Transition Program, in addition to getting to know each other and the school, incoming Seminole High School students are also asked to come up with a way to improve the school.
As the city of Seminole turns 50, the Pow Wow Parade & Festival honors this historic milestone at the annual community event, this year held Friday through Sunday, March 13-15, at Holland G. Mangum Recreation Center.
SEMINOLE — Seminole city staff is designing signage for Waterfront Park to let the public know where to find various elements of the park, located next to Home Depot on Park Boulevard.
SEMINOLE — On top of recognizing their 10th anniversary since forming, the Seminole Sharks had another reason to celebrate this season: the team took home the Lightning High School Hockey League championship for the first time.
SEMINOLE — In 2018, in the wake of Hurricane Maria, which devastated much of Puerto Rico, the Rotary Club of Seminole Lake took its first humanitarian trip to the United States territory.
SEMINOLE — More than 200 students attending Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School at Seminole collaborated with the Pinellas County chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a nonprofit organization, to build the components for 40 bunk beds donated to families and children in need.
SEMINOLE – Councilor Bob Matthews was honored as the 2020 Mr. Seminole at the Greater Seminole Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards ceremony Feb. 22 at the city’s Parkview Room.
SEMINOLE — As the owners of the former Tides Golf Club, 11832 66th Ave., seek a land-use change for the property in hopes of building 273 detached single-family homes on the site, Pinellas County staff announced the upcoming hearing schedule regarding the development plans at a Feb. 19 commu…
SEMINOLE — The Seminole High School boys soccer team’s state championship journey ended with a 2-1 loss against Lely High School at home Feb. 19.
SEMINOLE — In the mid-1960s, when Thornton “Duke” Doudna retired from the U.S. Marine Corps after 21 years of service, he followed his sister and brother-in-law to Pinellas County.