Bicyclists and joggers know the disappointment well.
ST. PETERSBURG — The City Council defeated a city-initiated plan to designate the city's first commercial block downtown as a historic area.
ST. PETERSBURG — Deputies said Thomas Edward Machuta and Mary Lynn Flack were having a "picnic" with a 6-month-old baby Oct. 21 when they smoked synthetic marijuana, also known as "spice," and passed out in the grass.
ST. PETERSBURG — For the past year, Patti Bradfield has sold gifts, jewelry, cards apparel and home accents, handcrafted by artists from the area as well as from Africa, Thailand and Indonesia at her store at 7126 Central Ave. On Nov. 1, Pieces of a Dream will open at its new location, 2430 Central Ave. in the …
ST. PETE BEACH — The fate of the proposed bus rapid transit system, or BRT, connecting St. Petersburg and the beaches moved no closer to resolution this week.
ST. PETERSBURG — In some ways, the candidates running for Florida House District 69 are a study in contrasts.
Might itty-bitty Oldsmar be the little town that could?
Sheriff Bob Gualtieri has drawn a vocal opponent in his re-election bid who has made it his mission to unearth and change what he believes are corrupt practices by a poorly run agency.
GULFPORT — Patricia Williams Preaster may be running a one-woman campaign to increase the visibility of businesses on Gulfport Boulevard, but she's starting with a crawl.
It has been a busy time for Treasure Island city workers, who in the past few weeks have cleaned up 40,000 pounds of dead fish on the city's beachfront.
ST. PETERSBURG — Donna Brown stepped back to look at the "Peace" wreath draped in black "creepy cloth" and the orange icicle lights she'd spent the day installing.
"That's good," she said softly.
SEMINOLE — Beyond the presidential race, legislative candidates and state constitution amendments, voters within the Pinellas Suncoast Fire and Rescue District will have one more choice to make.
LARGO — Patrick Evans, the former Jabil executive accused of killing his wife and her friend in 2008, finally learned Tuesday how his fate will be decided when his retrial starts next week.
James McLynas, an Indian Shores man running for Pinellas sheriff, is suing the agency he wants to lead for failing to fulfill his public records requests over the past three years.
ST. PETERSBURG — The opening reception for "Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond" photographic exhibition at the Studio @620 is 5 to 8 p.m. tonight. The community is invited to see 100 photos taken by students in kindergarten through 12th grade at the Centers for Journalism and Multimedia at Melrose Elementary, …