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Coast Guard auxiliarists save young bird

Coast Guard auxiliarists save young bird

CLEARWATER — Sure, they’re well-known for their proficiency in saving human lives, but that’s not all.
Published: 04/18/14
Sinkhole opens at  Dunedin condo community

Sinkhole opens at Dunedin condo community

Emergency personnel were called Thursday afternoon to a sinkhole at a Dunedin condominium community.
Published: 04/18/14
PHU student raises awareness of Pinellas homelessness

PHU student raises awareness of Pinellas homelessness

PALM HARBOR — Sajan Patel, a Palm Harbor University High School junior, is on a mission to help the often undetected population of homeless students in Pinellas County schools, and to persuade his peers to join his efforts. ...
Published: 04/17/14
Conflicting opinions raised at Greenlight gathering

Conflicting opinions raised at Greenlight gathering

Nearly seven months out from the vote, the transit debate already has sparked a lot of commotion.
Published: 04/17/14
Deputies seek suspect in PH pharmacy robbery

Deputies seek suspect in PH pharmacy robbery

Pinellas County deputies are seeking the suspect seen on video tackling a woman and stealing her medication outside a Palm Harbor pharmacy.
Published: 04/17/14
Tarpon art studio holding autism awareness event

Tarpon art studio holding autism awareness event

TARPON SPRINGS — Caring for a child or loved one with autism can sometimes mean having more questions than answers.
Published: 04/16/14
Mermaid statue makes its debut in Tarpon

Mermaid statue makes its debut in Tarpon

TARPON SPRINGS — The city’s latest piece of public art made it to town just in time for a perfect debut.
Published: 04/17/14
Tarpon in running to be named an All-American city

Tarpon in running to be named an All-American city

TARPON SPRINGS — A little extra positive recognition never hurts.
Published: 04/16/14

Pinellas district’s tutor program shows promise

LARGO — Educating has become an all-day, all-year job in Pinellas County classrooms this year, and during Tuesday’s workshop School Board members got a glimpse of how students in their newest after-school tutoring program have progresse...
Published: 04/16/14
Sink says no to second 2014 U.S. House run

Sink says no to second 2014 U.S. House run

TAMPA ญญ— Alex Sink has announced she won't run again for Pinellas County's District 13 U.S. House seat in November, after losing in a special election to Republican David Jolly on March 11. ...
Published: 04/15/14

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