ST. PETERSBURG — Event organizer Sevell Brown dropped off a city sponsorship application earlier this year knowing it was missing a few details — namely, specifics on how to spend money for his Battle of the Bands event held annually in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
While many patriotic revelers will wait until daylight tomorrow, there are some who choose an early start to their celebration. About 2,500 runners will kick off their Fourth of July by kicking up their heels at the 36th annual Kiwanis-Virginia Street Dermatology Midnight Run. The featured event is a 10K race with …
SEMINOLE — In replacing their longtime city manager, council members here settled on a woman with extensive experience in municipal government.
One element of hurricane preparation that shouldn't be left until the last minute is evacuation route planning. For those who live or work in beach communities in particular, it's important to plot a drive plan well ahead of time and share the information with family, friends and co-workers.
Perhaps former Tampa City Council member Mary Mulhern expected to arrive in Pinellas County with all the adoration and folderol of Elizabeth Taylor sitting upon a massive sedan chair atop the shoulders of slaves entering Rome in Cleopatra.
ST. PETERSBURG — Officers were dispatched to 4510 19th Ave. S last week when Jeremie Robinson yelled he wanted to go to jail, according to arrest reports.
The Sunshine Center Country Classics band is looking for experienced musicians. Old and some new country music will be featured in the jam session. Session are 1 to 3 p.m. on Fridays. Audience members are welcome to sing solo or with the crowd. The Sunshine Center, 330 Fifth St. N. For …
It was one of the most memorable protest-related moments of the 2012 Republican National Convention.
Pinellas County's transit agency is looking to bring in money by spending money — on a Washington lobbyist.
If you've missed David McKalip's Founders Corner monuments with their display of the Ten Commandments and other sayings that stood at Fourth Street and 62nd Avenue N, never fear.
ST. PETERSBURG — When St. Petersburg College's sparkling new Midtown Center opens in August, the three-story, $15 million building will have six regular classrooms, three computer labs, two science labs, a career center and a bookstore.
As an amateur photographer, I like taking pictures of wild animals in nature: alligators in the swamp, eagles on the treetops. But about a year ago, I decided to do the opposite. I picked up my camera and started hunting for wild animals in areas we consider human turf.
ST. PETERSBURG — In the stately Allendale neighborhood known for grand stone houses and spacious lawns, residents are concerned about the potential development of up to eight homes on a site where one house now stands.
ST. PETERSBURG — About six months ago, a Police Department staffer won a raffle at a law enforcement conference. The prize? A brand-new body camera.
ST. PETERSBURG — In between Craigslist listings for lawn care and children's summer camp, a plea for help catches the eye.