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St. Pete’s art community needs a big splash of green

St. Pete’s art community needs a big splash of green

ST. PETERSBURG — Though the city has in recent years become a cultural destination, artists and gallery owners say they would like to see more city dollars invested in arts.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Seminole man accused of shopping with stolen credit card

Seminole man accused of shopping with stolen credit card

Deputies have charged a Seminole man with armed burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Former Frenchy’s bookkeeper accused of embezzling $292,000

Former Frenchy’s bookkeeper accused of embezzling $292,000

A Palm Harbor woman was arrested Thursday, accused of stealing more than $292,000 over the past four years from Frenchy’s restaurants, where she worked as a bookkeeper.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Fanfare surrounds NPR’s 90th birthday

Fanfare surrounds NPR’s 90th birthday

NEW PORT RICHEY — What a long, strange trip it’s been, New Port Richey leaders, past and present, marveled during the 90th birthday party of the founding of the city.
Updated: 4 hours ago
Seminar to help debunk myths about Ebola disease

Seminar to help debunk myths about Ebola disease

HUDSON — With a lot of conflicting information about the Ebola disease, Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point wants to help the public separate myths from reality.
Updated: 5 hours ago
Practice caution during trick-or-treating season

Practice caution during trick-or-treating season

It’s that time of year again and local and state law enforcement agencies are advising residents to practice caution with thousands out and about trick-or-treating.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Clearwater man gets 90 years after child porn plea

Clearwater man gets 90 years after child porn plea

A Clearwater man was sentenced to 90 years in federal prison for producing child pornography.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Actors, conservationists visiting St. Pete for Blue Ocean film fest

Actors, conservationists visiting St. Pete for Blue Ocean film fest

ST. PETERSBURG — Some of the world’s most acclaimed ocean filmmakers and a contingent of Hollywood activists will be converging in Tampa Bay next week at the Blue Ocean Film Festival and Conservation Summit. More than 150 films from two...
Published: 10/30/14
Master diving helmet maker debuts new hardware

Master diving helmet maker debuts new hardware

TARPON SPRINGS — Master diving helmet maker and Tarpon Springs native Nicholas Toth put his latest creation on display at a public event Saturday morning.
Published: 10/30/14

Greenlight a dilemma for residents who rent

The fate of Greenlight Pinellas will be determined in ballot booths throughout the county Tuesday.
Published: 10/30/14

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