PINELLAS PARK — Derek Donnelly remembers the small town of his childhood, where hanging out at the Pinellas Square Mall was one of the only things to do.
St. Pete Beach bars always seem to be a little higher on the quirkiness scale compared with the inland, and, by the name on the sign alone, Nikko Mussolini Dog Barrrrr — that's five R's — and Boutique is no exception.
MADEIRA BEACH — Citing her husband's failing health, Elaine Poe has resigned her District 3 seat on the city commission effective Friday.
ST. PETERSBURG — When Callee Connon was in second grade, her teacher asked students to do a project to show they care about the community. The only requirement was that it had to be something they cared about.
Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge delivers holiday food baskets: Gulf Beach Masonic Lodge No. 291 prepared and delivered Thanksgiving food baskets to eight families in the area. The baskets included a large turkey, pies, and sides. Part of the crew posed for a picture before delivering the food. They are, from left, Joan …
When Alexandra Mookerjee was in fourth grade her parents got a call from the school principal. A girl with Down syndrome was starting at the school and the principal thought Alexandra would be a good student to help look out for her.
ST. PETERSBURG — Sweeping vistas of waterways edged with miles of public parkland and bustling sidewalks helped entice the owner of a charter yacht company to set course for St. Petersburg.
CLEARWATER — Once or twice a year, Teri Bridenback makes the trek from Jacksonville to Robert's Christmas Wonderland in Clearwater to shop and bask in the yuletide spirit.
When they resurfaced Bayshore Drive SE in St. Petersburg, they moved the southbound bicycle lane and combined it with the northbound bicycle lane. This change has made for nicer views when riding a bicycle, but it also makes the biker ride against traffic, and the few times I've ridden it, I've almost been hit a few …
CLEARWATER — The Pinellas County Commission took the first steps Tuesday toward asking voters to renew the fourth round of a countywide 1 percent sales tax that is expected to generate $2 billion over the next decade.
SEMINOLE — Micah Thompson, 35, said that while growing up as a pastor's son, he often went on mission trips and thought he was pretty familiar with them.
Wade Hamby doesn't have a favorite. Each one of the 50-plus windup toys he sets up around his St. Petersburg home every holiday season makes him smile.
LARGO — The Pinellas County board that oversees construction contractors voted Thursday to issue a letter of warning to its own executive director for his profanity-laced tirade directed at a Tampa Bay Times reporter who inquired about nominations to that board.
I love a hidden gem. A place that has hundreds of five-star reviews across several online review and social media sites doesn't seem like it would qualify, but I can't think of a better way to describe TiKanis, an unassuming pizza joint on Bay Pines Boulevard in St. Petersburg that I never would have come across had a …
CLEARWATER —When Wayne Chase retired from his nuclear plant job in 2012 and bought a waterfront condo overlooking Tampa Bay, he knew he'd pay the typical fees that come with gated community living.