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Interim Pinellas administrator impresses commissioners

Interim Pinellas administrator impresses commissioners

CLEARWATER — So far, almost 40 people applied to be the county’s top executive after the county launched a national search in May.
Published: 07/16/14
Tarpon business owner publishes first children’s book

Tarpon business owner publishes first children’s book

TARPON SPRINGS — After spending nearly a decade on the drawing board, Demetra Tsavaris-Lecourezos can finally grasp a tangible version of her creative vision.
Published: 07/16/14

Criticism led to layoff, former St. Pete VA specialist testifies

Until June 30, Javier Soto was a rating specialist at the Veterans Benefits Administration St. Petersburg office.
Published: 07/15/14

Pinellas reports second case of chikungunya virus

Pinellas County health officials today confirmed the second case of the mosquito-borne chikungunya virus.
Published: 07/15/14
Police: Clearwater mom leaves baby in hot car while shopping

Police: Clearwater mom leaves baby in hot car while shopping

A Clearwater woman faces a charge of child neglect after police say she left a 19-month-old girl in a locked car on Monday afternoon.
Published: 07/15/14

Beach Boys set Clearwater date in January

The Beach Boys bring their cool California surf sounds back to Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on Jan. 7.
Published: 07/14/14
Mud Wars participants get dirty for charity

Mud Wars participants get dirty for charity

ST. PETERSBURG — The mud oozing from Spa Beach Park on Sunday was practically inescapable. From the parking lot to the Pier sidewalk, the park was transformed into a pit of sand and dirt — a perfect playground for about 1,500 respected ...
Published: 07/14/14

Schools are upgrading technological savvy

ST. PETERSBURG — The biggest growth challenge facing Pinellas County schools may not be changing curricula, shifting teachers or engaging students.
Published: 07/14/14
Tarpon community gathers to support wounded soldier

Tarpon community gathers to support wounded soldier

Levi Eaves, a Tarpon High grad, was injured in Afghanistan
Published: 07/11/14
Pinellas School District seeking Elite Educators

Pinellas School District seeking Elite Educators

College students hoping to one day command a Pinellas County public school classroom met at St. Petersburg College Tarpon Campus on Thursday to learn about the school district’s new Elite Educator Program.
Published: 07/11/14

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