I have heard that at long last, construction on the Duke Energy trail has finally started up. What is the expected completion date for this project?
TREASURE ISLAND — Lack of interest by surrounding fire departments in taking over Treasure Island's fire and emergency medical services means the city will keep operating its own service, at least for now.
You could say that the entrepreneur in Lauren Davenport began to emerge in middle school.
INDIAN SHORES — The Park Boulevard Bridge will be reduced to one lane during a two-week maintenance project that starts Wednesday, according to a Pinellas County news release.
The police officer strolled into the assisted living home on a mission to find Miss Betty.
For 11 years, Pinellas County judge candidate Curtis Korsko had an unblemished track record as a traffic hearing officer — until last year in May, when a clerk sent a scathing email to court officials.
ST. PETERSBURG — Credit card skimmers were found at one of 15 local gas stations checked on Friday, police say.
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ST. PETERSBURG — When Mayor Rick Kriseman announced in 2015 that there was enough money to construct a new, but long-delayed police …
CLEARWATER — The city is hosting three public forums to gather citizen input for the ongoing master planning process of revitalizing the downtown waterfront.
KENNETH CITY — City officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for a RaceTrac convenience store and gas station set to open at the end of the year.
LARGO — Keona Jordan, the daughter of pastors Jerome and Kisha Jordan, will debut her album, Misfit, during a concert Saturday at her parents' City of Refuge Christian Church, 13272 66th St. N.
ST. PETERSBURG — Organizers of Interfaith Week 2016 are seeking participants for the event that will be held in September.
ST. PETERSBURG — Music promoter Tom Nestor, who tried to buy the historic former YMCA building downtown, is suing a title company because of the failed transaction.
ST. PETERSBURG — When the St. Petersburg City Council returned from its monthlong vacation last week, a string of well-wishers congratulated one council member on her recent nuptials.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city kicked off its public discussion this week on how to reimagine the 85 acres around Tropicana Field as planners and city officials promised a dense, walkable destination that, for now, includes a baseball stadium.