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FCAT conflicts with taking kids to work day

FCAT conflicts with taking kids to work day

ST. PETERSBURG — Tampa Bay area students may have to forgo this year’s national “Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day” to take care of some work of their own — the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test....
Updated: 5 hours ago
PH Library offering fundraising opportunity

PH Library offering fundraising opportunity

PALM HARBOR — The Palm Harbor Library is undertaking a fundraising campaign and there’s one thing some residents just don’t get, said its, director Gene Coppola.
Updated: 5 hours ago

2014 East Lake essay contest underway

EAST LAKE — The Council of North County Neighborhoods strives to be a singular voice for the entire community it represents. Its annual essay competition helps bring some of the area’s youngest residents into the fold....
Updated: 5 hours ago
Sponge Docks improvement project runs aground

Sponge Docks improvement project runs aground

TARPON SPRINGS — Improvements to the Sponge Docks are on their way, just not at the scale city officials originally envisioned.
Published: 04/23/14
Pinellas resident recognized for life-saving first aid

Pinellas resident recognized for life-saving first aid

PALM HARBOR — A normal day of shopping turned into anything but earlier this year for Pinellas County resident Carol Chamberlain.
Published: 04/23/14
Plan to raze Fenway Hotel, build modern version returns

Plan to raze Fenway Hotel, build modern version returns

DUNEDIN — A multimillion dollar plan to raze the historic Fenway Hotel and rebuild it in the same architectural style is back on track after a delay in the property sale killed the project last year. ...
Published: 04/23/14
Tarpon commission OKs indoor gun range site plan

Tarpon commission OKs indoor gun range site plan

TARPON SPRINGS — A large gun range on U.S. 19 continues to be in Tarpon Springs’ future.
Published: 04/22/14
Number of homeless animals falls in Pinellas

Number of homeless animals falls in Pinellas

LARGO — Fewer dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and hamsters are being surrendered to shelters or taken in as strays, animal welfare organizations’ data suggests.
Published: 04/22/14

Changes for U.S. 19 commuters in Clearwater

Commuters along U.S. 19 in Clearwater are facing a major change starting Tuesday morning as they access businesses in the Countryside area.
Published: 04/22/14

Policy cited for fewer Pinellas school arrests

LARGO — A new agreement between Pinellas County schools and police agencies has deflated student arrests numbers, but that doesn’t mean students are getting away with bad behavior, Superintendent Michael Grego said....
Published: 04/21/14

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