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PH cafe celebrating two years of drum circles

PH cafe celebrating two years of drum circles

PALM HARBOR — Downtown’s eclectic cafe, The Witch’s Brew, is celebrating two years of its weekly drum circles with a public event tonight.
Updated: 1 hour ago
Tarpon's reinstated Youth Employment Program a success

Tarpon's reinstated Youth Employment Program a success

Summer job initiative may get boost in next budget
Updated: 1 hour ago

“Cryto” cases on the rise, health dept. reports

Most cases in people younger than 18
Updated: 1 hour ago
Mosquito-borne virus a concern in soggy state

Mosquito-borne virus a concern in soggy state

More than a foot of rain fell on the Suncoast in July, four inches more than the average for all of July.
Updated: 4 hours ago
Animal abuse case ends in 4-year prison term

Animal abuse case ends in 4-year prison term

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.
Updated: 5 hours ago
Leaky regional reservoir ready to be filled again

Leaky regional reservoir ready to be filled again

The massive C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir, which has been nearly empty for more than a year while construction crews repaired the leaking liner, is ready to be filled, according to Tampa Bay Water, which operates the facility....
Updated: 6 hours ago
Clearwater names 22-year veteran Slaughter as police chief

Clearwater names 22-year veteran Slaughter as police chief

Daniel Slaughter, a veteran of more than two decades with the Clearwater police, was named the 13th chief of the department Tuesday.
Published: 07/29/14
PH  firefighters rescue pair of ducklings from sewer

PH firefighters rescue pair of ducklings from sewer

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.
Published: 07/29/14

$1.2B schools budget faces public scrutiny

LARGO — The public will have its first opportunity to weigh-in on the Pinellas County school district’s proposed $1.2 billion budget for 2014-15 after the regular school board meeting at 5 p.m. today.
Published: 07/29/14
Third Pinellas chikungunya case involved Rays’ Peralta

Third Pinellas chikungunya case involved Rays’ Peralta

State health officials said Monday they received confirmation of a third case of mosquito-borne chikungunya virus in Pinellas County.
Published: 07/29/14

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