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Pinellas County concealed weapons owners with expiring licenses now have a quicker, more convenient option come renewal time.
Periodic flood events aren’t the only potential hazard resulting from this extra wet, muggy summer.
TARPON SPRINGS — The chairman of the Tarpon Springs Public Art Committee updated city commissioners this month on the group’s financial health and projects.
The 2015 high school football season begins for most programs when Kickoff Classics get underway across the state Thursday and Friday nights.
TARPON SPRINGS — Given this summer’s heavy rains and extensive flooding, Tuesday’s update on stormwater system improvements couldn’t come soon enough.
TARPON SPRINGS — Tarpon Springs Fire Rescue has already begun improving response times north of the Anclote River, but those capabilities will be further enhanced once Station 71 come...
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority continues a series of public workshops and hearings to receive feedback regarding changes to routes and fees.
TARPON SPRINGS — It’s often said that all publicity is good publicity, but it certainly helps when that recognition is also positive in nature.
TARPON SPRINGS — The Tarpon Springs Middle School media center and library is spruced up and ready for student use.
TARPON SPRINGS — Everything from roadways to residential and commercial properties suffered during this summer’s heavy rain events, and golf courses are no exception.
TARPON SPRINGS — It wasn’t an agenda item at the last regular commission meeting, but important enough for City Manager Mark LeCouris to bring up before the night’s end....
Despite this past month’s above-average rainfall, temperatures remain at steamy and potentially dangerous levels for pets.
EAST LAKE — A pair of state representatives stopped into a local community meeting to brief residents on the issues affecting North Pinellas late last month.
TARPON SPRINGS — A local nonprofit organization that benefits disabled children received a welcome financial boost and some national publicity in the process last week.
TARPON SPRINGS — City residents eager to learn more about the inner workings of their local government will have a new option early next year.
PALM HARBOR — Proposed improvements to Wall Springs Park will be discussed during a public meeting held Tuesday.
TARPON SPRINGS — Much of Jeffrey Vinik’s attention may be focused on reshaping the Channel District of downtown Tampa, but the Tampa Bay Lightning owner has shown an affinity f...
EAST LAKE — After 12 years building East Lake football into one of the top programs in Pinellas County, head coach Bob Hudson has decided to hang up the headset.
EAST LAKE — Pinellas County residents are being advised to remember their bug spray and help reduce mosquito breeding grounds after confirming a positive test for West Nile virus last...
TARPON SPRINGS — A revitalized portion of Tarpon Springs’ U.S. 19 corridor will soon gain a new tenant.
With names like Blaze and Axe, would-be criminals and other nefarious characters throughout Pasco and Pinellas counties better be on their toes.
TARPON SPRINGS — Area seniors seeking a way to relieve stress and discomfort from chronic ailments will have a new option next month.
DUNEDIN — It can be hard to visualize now, but decades ago agriculture and Pinellas County went hand in hand.
A Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office deputy received national recognition for his work developing and initiating a newly formed unit.
PALM HARBOR — The lush fairways and undulating, emerald greens are no more.
EAST LAKE — Two groups of amateur radio enthusiasts came together late last month in East Lake to hone their skills and share some knowledge.