Campaign seeks donations of school supplies
LARGO — Just before noon on a recent Sunday at Proino Breakfast Club, the dining room was bustling as owner George Soulellis chatted with a customer.
When is the Florida DOT going to accept E-ZPass on its toll roads? Orlando's Central Expressway accepts it.
Chi Chi Rodriguez Ladies' Golf Association seeks new members
ST. PETERSBURG — Denver Park, a popular gathering spot in Shore Acres, already features a basketball court, baseball diamond, playground, volleyball net and tennis courts.
Principal Kristy Cantu pored over Sutherland Elementary's test scores last year, looking for trends.
PINELLAS PARK — Two 17-year-old Boca Ciega High School students were arrested for bringing a semi-automatic handgun with them to a Friday night football game at Pinellas Park High School, police said.
ST. PETERSBURG— Mayor Rick Kriseman has chosen a controversial restaurant concept to occupy the Manhattan Casino, saying he made a decision 11 days before the mayoral primary because he didn't want politics to get in the way of progress in struggling Midtown.
ST. PETERSBURG — If Rick Baker is elected mayor, he said he will not recuse himself from any city business involving his current boss, businessman Bill Edwards.
CLEARWATER –– Pinellas County relies on more than just beaches to attract visitors. County government also spends millions to help sponsor big-name events to draw even more tourists.
TREASURE ISLAND — The first hint of the extent and potential cost of replacing city facilities became public Tuesday.
ST. PETERSBURG — Ernestine Mittermayr was proud to be a Salty Sister, one of a group of women sailors in the city.
ST. PETERSBURG — The City Council was forced to consider its first labor dispute in years Thursday when it gave the firefighters union most of the pension enhancements it has long asked for.
LARGO — A 43-year-old man was arrested Wednesday after detectives found thousands of child pornography images and videos on his laptop.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Tampa Bay Business and Culture for the Arts will hold a special "Cultural Encounter" with folk artist Ruby C. Williams at 6 p.m. on Thursday at the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum, 2240 Ninth Ave. S.