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Florida residents will enjoy a little financial relief each year with lower vehicle registration rates, and the Pinellas County Tax Collector began mailing out renewal notices to its populace Monday.
TARPON SPRINGS — In an effort to help ease local flooding issues and improve stormwater systems, the city is exploring acquiring seven properties near North Safford Avenue.
TARPON SPRINGS — Downtown is for the dogs Saturday afternoon.
Depending on whom you ask, a new school year brings a mix of emotions. Excitement, relief, irritation, glumness — these and plenty of others were all expressed Monday morning, when the 2014-15 academic calendar of...
PORT RICHEY — A new football season is fast approaching and the local Salvation Army youth league needs help.
EAST LAKE — A polarizing vote on the future of Pinellas County transportation is fast approaching, but a local advocacy group would like to broaden the discussion.
DUNEDIN — Dunedin Elementary teachers and administrators had high hopes for its new Neighborhood Knock program, but the outpouring of support has outpaced expectations.
TARPON SPRINGS — Hippie Fest, Tarpon Springs’ annual tie-dyed celebration of all things groovy and out of sight, pulls back into town from 4– 10 p.m. Saturday afternoon....
TARPON SPRINGS — The possible existence of a water-bourne disease has resulted in Tarpon Springs temporarily shutting down its newly opened splash park.
TARPON SPRINGS — Commissioners and residents got an early look at the city’s financial health for the coming fiscal year during a budget workshop last Tuesday.
The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County is warning residents of a pair of infectious diseases while also busting some misguided myths.
Last year, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office created a way for youths to get a look into its inner workings with the creation of the Teen Citizens Academy.
A team of local, high-school aged baseball players continued to run its way through the Big League World Series in Easley, South Carolina, earlier this week.
A Pinellas Park man was sentence to four years in prison Friday for the severe abuse of his wife’s dog, the Pinellas Park Police Department reported.
PALM HARBOR — Anyone familiar with the intersection of U.S. 19 and Tampa Road knows that no news involving that general area typically means good news.
PALM HARBOR — Jumping out on the dance floor can be a nerve-wracking experience for people in full possession of all their faculties.
Pinellas County is giving residents a visual clue of what they can be expected in the event of a major hurricane.
Nearly $16 million in funding this year will go toward the Coast to Coast Connector Project, Gov. Rick Scott’s office announced Monday.
DUNEDIN — Dunedin High baseball’s co-MVPs from this past season have officially signed Letters of Intent.
TARPON SPRINGS — Tarpon Springs became the latest municipality to back Greenlight Pinellas, voting 3-2 in favor of the regional transit plan last Tuesday.
TARPON SPRINGS — Work on the city’s reverse-osmosis water treatment plant continues to flow toward its 2015 completion date, according to project managers.
TARPON SPRINGS — Flames that gutted the 701 Tap House Bar and Grill on North Pinellas Avenue last week have long been extinguished, but their impact on the establishment’s owne...
The five Gulf Coast states affected by the 2010 BP-Deepwater Horizon oil rig blowout will soon receivefederal funds to help restore local environments.
PALM HARBOR — So much for being a little rusty.
TARPON SPRINGS — After spending nearly a decade on the drawing board, Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos can finally grasp a tangible version of her creative vision.
A recent spate of so-called “distraction schemes” in Pinellas County has resulted in authorities actively warning residents of the potential risk.
TARPON SPRINGS — A small refurbished portion of U.S. 19 in Tarpon Springs is beginning to come back to life.
TARPON SPRINGS — Florida Hospital North Pinellas is promoting a pair of fundraising efforts that will finance an international outreach program it is inaugurating.
TARPON SPRINGS — In recent years the short downtown stretch of Hibiscus Street was an afterthought for consumers and business owners alike.