TREASURE ISLAND — The Suncoast Surf Shop isn't answering nearly as many phone calls these days, but that's a good thing, says manager Joanna Braddock.
On her 72nd birthday, Ray Jackasal had a list of things to do. At the top? Get to the doctor, where she would get an injection in her knee. Once, a few years ago, Jackasal would have driven herself. But a bout with breast cancer resulted in her losing her home and car.
INDIAN SHORES — Last spring, a Virginia man sued the founder of the Suncoast Seabird Sanctuary, accusing him of taking money for a car he later refused to sell.
Civil rights group Calls for Police body cameras
Blanton Elementary celebrates gardens: Blanton Elementary School in St. Petersburg dedicated Oct. 11 to celebrate its American Heart Association Teaching Gardens. Parents, students and teachers spent a few hours composing boxes and planters in soil, doing maintenance of other gardens on school grounds and …
Hi, Doc, what's the latest on the U.S. 19 construction in Clearwater? Wasn't it supposed to be done this month?
Tampa Bay Watch dinner
"Evening for the Bay," a fundraiser for Tampa Bay Watch restoration and education efforts, will feature a buffet dinner and live music from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday at 3000 Pinellas Bayway S, Tierra Verde. $80 members, $90 all others. tampabaywatch.com; (727) 867-8166, ext. …
ST. PETERSBURG — One of the two pile drivers at a downtown construction site will continue to clang away through the holidays, further aggravating some nearby residents.
ST. PETERSBURG — Mayor Rick Kriseman fired the city's main arts official on Tuesday and announced Wayne Atherholt will be the city's next director of cultural affairs.
Kathleen Peters has a pile of cash and plenty of powerful Republican supporters in her race for another term representing southern Pinellas beach towns, South Pasadena, Gulfport and west St. Petersburg.
ST. PETERSBURG — A judge ruled this week that an ordinance regulating two-hour parking restrictions in the city's downtown core violates the law, sparking questions about an often-buzzed-about topic.
ST. PETERSBURG — Organizers of the much-talked-about 2020 Plan have officially kicked off their five-year effort to reduce poverty in the city's poorest neighborhoods by 30 percent.
ST. PETE BEACH — It took the City Commission nearly three hours of debate this week over the meaning of a recent court decision to discover the city is still no closer to resolving its decadelong legal battle over development rules.
At many Pinellas high schools, the percentage of students opting for the traditional curriculum is getting smaller as special programs become more popular. That's the takeaway from a report this week by the Pinellas County School District showing significant enrollment increases over the last three years in high school …
Intoxicated MOtorcyclist tries to drink his way out of arrest