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Resident gives $1,000 to PH Fire Rescue Extrication Team

Resident gives $1,000 to PH Fire Rescue Extrication Team

PALM HARBOR — It’s been a good few months for the Palm Harbor Fire Rescue Extrication Team.
Published: 08/27/14
Lueken’s Liquors transforming old Tarpon bowling alley

Lueken’s Liquors transforming old Tarpon bowling alley

TARPON SPRINGS — Another vacant property along U.S. 19 in Tarpon Springs is about to enjoy a renaissance.
Published: 08/27/14

Police: Man on video beat woman into coma at St. Pete motel

Police are working to identify a man suspected of beating a 21-year-old woman at a St. Petersburg motel last week, leaving her in a coma.
Published: 08/27/14

Pinellas OKs tax breaks for some companies

CLEARWATER — Pinellas County economic development staff on Tuesday celebrated voters’ approval of a new tax incentive for companies that bring high-paying jobs to the county.
Published: 08/27/14
Sen. Latvala, four newcomers win Pinellas legislative races

Sen. Latvala, four newcomers win Pinellas legislative races

ST. PETERSBURG — There were few surprises in the primaries for five Pinellas County legislative seats Tuesday.
Published: 08/27/14
Lerner wins record Pinellas school board term

Lerner wins record Pinellas school board term

ST. PETERSBURG — Linda Lerner opted not to throw a party Tuesday night, instead spending the evening with her husband, son, daughter-in-law and neighbor at her Seminole home, eating gumbo and avoiding early election predictions until all was s...
Published: 08/27/14
Election results: Pinellas County

Election results: Pinellas County

Pinellas County Commission
Published: 08/27/14
Light turnout is likely for primary

Light turnout is likely for primary

LARGO — Polling places throughout Pinellas County open at 7 a.m. today for the primary election to determine who will be on the November ballot in partisan races, and the final results in other races, including the school board and judges....
Published: 08/26/14
Board to rein in PSTA boss Miller

Board to rein in PSTA boss Miller

ST. PETERSBURG — Embattled Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority leader Brad Miller still seems to have the support of his governing board, but its members say they’re planning to keep tighter reins on the agency that federal officials sa...
Published: 08/26/14
Huge solar grid will keep beer cold in St. Pete

Huge solar grid will keep beer cold in St. Pete

ST. PETERSBURG — Keeping a 246,000-square-foot warehouse full of beer icy cold can rack up a monstrous power bill.
Published: 08/25/14

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