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St. Petersburg Council says no to Rays deal

St. Petersburg Council says no to Rays deal

ST. PETERSBURG — The future of the Tampa Bay Rays in the Bay area seems more uncertain than ever after the St. Petersburg City Council on Thursday rejected a deal to let the team explore new stadium sites in the region. ...
Updated: 21 hours ago

Salvation Army giving toys to those in need

CLEARWATER — Christmas isn’t quite Christmas without a little giving and receiving.
Published: 12/18/14
Kids vs. Firefighters at Battle for Palm Harbor III

Kids vs. Firefighters at Battle for Palm Harbor III

PALM HARBOR — The kids are more thanall right — in fact they’ve been downright dominant.
Published: 12/18/14
’Cops’ to feature Pinellas  sheriff’s deputies

’Cops’ to feature Pinellas sheriff’s deputies

When the channel flips and that instantly recognizable reggae beat kicks in, most TV viewers know what’s coming next.
Published: 12/18/14
St. Nicholas Cathedral’s annual Christmas Dinner

St. Nicholas Cathedral’s annual Christmas Dinner

Meal will be this Saturday in Tarpon Springs
Published: 12/16/14
Updated: 12/17/14
Pinellas County rolls out bikes for kids

Pinellas County rolls out bikes for kids

Christmas came early for a number of local children.
Published: 12/17/14
Man faces charges he molested three girls

Man faces charges he molested three girls

A 55-year-old East Lake-area man faces charges that he inappropriately touched three girls several years ago, deputies said.
Published: 12/17/14
East Lake community group finally getting sidewalks

East Lake community group finally getting sidewalks

EAST LAKE — A community group in East Lake has shown that patience still pays off.
Published: 12/17/14
St. Pete businesses don’t like Rays’ stadium deal

St. Pete businesses don’t like Rays’ stadium deal

ST. PETERSBURG — Some of the staunchest support for Mayor Rick Kriseman’s proposal to let the Tampa Bay Rays look for a new home in the area came from the leadership of the St. Petersburg Area Chamber of Commerce. ...
Published: 12/17/14

County delays vote on tourist tax spending mandate

CLEARWATER – The bonds that helped to build Tropicana Field will be paid off in 2015, and the debate is on to determine who and what will get the approximately $7 million that could be available.
Published: 12/17/14

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