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Summer break for area youths is rapidly approaching, and Pinellas County is allowing parents to get an early jump on filling up their kids’ down time.
TARPON SPRINGS — Local residents looking for a reprieve from rising heat indexes continue to take full advantage of the Tarpon Springs Splash Park.
The Florida High School Athletic Association released its annual reshuffle of baseball and softball programs throughout the state this month.
The Tampa Mustangs ’02, a fast-pitch softball team comprised of youth players from around the region, has qualified to play in the 2015 Amateur Softball Association 12U National Tournament.
DUNEDIN — Only eight teams across the entire state end their seasons with wins.
The Rotary Club of Tarpon Springs is inviting the public to its 2015 Spaghetti Dinner next week.
The moment all high school students dream about is quickly approaching: graduation day.
TARPON SPRINGS — Barring any unforeseen setbacks, the city’s long-awaiting reverse-osmosis treatment plant is scheduled to produce its first drops of clean water this summer.
DUNEDIN — Local teen artists had their talents celebrated by the Dunedin Fine Art Center at a recent showcase.
A Rotary International project that began last year is producing on its mission in Bali, Indonesia.
CLEARWATER — Officers from four Pinellas County law enforcement agencies banded together Saturday at Bright House Field to benefit the family of a fellow brother in uniform.
Three Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office School Crossing Guards received the Maybelle Rollins Bradford Award last week for their dedicated service to area children.
Teenagers with an interest in photography are invited to take part in a contest hosted by Pinellas County.
TARPON SPRINGS — A number of prominent area personalities, athletes and business leaders will have their day in court Friday.
TARPON SPRINGS — The temporary partial closures affecting Sunset Beach should be lifted by Friday, according to a city news release.
A suspected case of tuberculosis in a 17-year-old Pinellas County high school student has public health authorities on alert.
For over 50 years residents have been able to better their employment opportunities by attending courses offered by the Pinellas Technical Education Centers.
A new initiative designed to help get homeless Pinellas County families with minor children off the street and on their feet is off to a successful start, the program’s manager says.
Animal lovers wishing to come to the rescue of some mistreated dogs and cats can now visit them at Pinellas County Animal Services.
TARPON SPRINGS — The cause of a deadly explosion at a Tarpon Springs alternative energy facility remained unknown as of Tuesday morning.
PALM HARBOR — One of Palm Harbor’s signature events gets underway downtown Thursday afternoon.