PALM HARBOR — JoAnn Tilley, 84, climbed the steps, one hand on the rail and one hand on her cane. Once inside the tiny house, she showed other visitors where she had slept as a toddler.
CLEARWATER —The idea of merging city and Pinellas County government offices into one building has been floated for a decade.
CLEARWATER –– In what officials called a historic meeting, Pinellas County's 12 elected leaders met Tuesday for the first time as a new government body, the County Attorney Oversight Board. Their first order of business: figure out how to conduct a nationwide search for the next county attorney.
PALM HARBOR — The outside northbound lane of U.S. 19 north of Curlew Road was closed Tuesday afternoon following a sewer pipe break that caused a depression in the roadway.
CLEARWATER — A lawyer faces a grand theft charge after an investigation found he stole more than $100,000 from a Clearwater law firm.
CLEARWATER — Retiring Pinellas County Attorney Jim Bennett enjoys a few perks that no other county employee receives.
FUMC announces keynote speaker for Heritage Sunday
Pinellas County seeks volunteers for Great American Cleanup
LARGO — A Pinellas County Sheriff's corporal underwent three surgeries for a broken rib and a punctured spleen after being assaulted inside the cell of a jail inmate.
ST. PETERSBURG –– After Mayor Rick Kriseman transferred his longtime personal secretary to the Fire Department, his chief of staff ordered the employee to not say anything negative that could hurt the mayor, records show.
CLEARWATER —Although the City Council formally approved the 10-year, potentially $55 million downtown waterfront revitalization plan this week, a centerpiece of the design will immediately be stalled in legislative red tape.
CLEARWATER — Beachgoers can hitch a free ride to the beach starting today until April 30 through the city's Spring Break Park and Ride promotion.
SAFETY HARBOR — Safety Harbor Library Foundation is seeking artists of all ages to donate and decorate an artsy plastic flamingo for its second annual Flamingo Fundraiser. Group entries are also encouraged. Artists must supply their own flamingo and will not be paid for their time or materials; however …
DUNEDIN — The City Commission blocked a sprawling mixed use development proposed for the corner of Main Street and Douglas Avenue after fierce public opposition and questions about compatibility.
A Pinellas Sheriff's Office report released last week summarizing the first quarter of the Adult Pre-Arrest Diversion program showed that 179 people have completed it since the start date in October.