TREASURE ISLAND — A recent decision by Florida's 2nd District Court of Appeal opens the door for the city to again stage events on the beach, though public parking on the sand will remain illegal.
Charities that feed the poor around Tampa Bay say they've seen a bump in demand since Hurricane Irma that is continuing into the holidays.
When it comes to weighing the options for regulating medical marijuana through the law passed this year, Dunedin city commissioners declared local governments face a "conundrum" and "a false dilemma."
Pinellas names top support employees
Five finalists have emerged from 120 nominees to be the 2017-18 Support Employee of the Year in the Pinellas County school system. The finalists were chosen in five categories. Debra Canning, 21st Century iClass Liaison for the district's Transformation Zone schools, led …
ST. PETERSBURG — World and national tragedies are changing the city's approach to security for special events at North Straub Park.
ST. PETERSBURG — The City Council on Monday approved a lease for the Manhattan Casino, a landmark building in the city's historic African-American business and entertainment community.
The Largo Mall entrance stoplight on Ulmerton Road just east of Seminole Boulevard has been causing traffic delays on eastbound Ulmerton at Seminole Boulevard. It appears that the light at the Largo Mall entrance is being triggered on-demand by folks exiting Largo Mall on the south side and the Publix/Home Depot …
Edie Lutnick initially was relieved to receive a call from her brother Gary, who worked for Cantor Fitzgerald finance firm in One World Trade Center on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
2nd Stage Studio Theater Offers classes for homeschooled
Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital receives $2.5 million NIH grant to study childhood obesity: Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital and four other institutions received a five-year, $2.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study how social adversity impacts the risk of childhood obesity. …
LARGO — The classroom was full, but the chatter was quiet as the students picked at doughnuts and sipped coffee from paper cups.
SEMINOLE — Deputies are investigating a report of a gunshot that resulted in two schools being put on lockdown Friday morning.
LARGO — Driving down West Bay Drive, you may notice some changes to downtown Largo.
Bishop Rogers Sanders Harris, the first Episcopal bishop to allow female Episcopal priests in Southwest Florida, died Wednesday in South Carolina. He was 87.
ST. PETERSBURG — What does disgraced Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein have to do with the city's fight against the influence of money in politics?