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‘Safe Surrender’ option for misdemeanor warrants

Individuals can turn themselves in to resolve cases
Published: 11/13/14
Pinellas deputy catches wrong-way driver after near-collision

Pinellas deputy catches wrong-way driver after near-collision

A Pinellas County deputy arrested a wrong-way driver Saturday morning after swerving to avoid a collision with the suspect’s vehicle, the sheriff’s office said.
Published: 11/13/14
Traffic shifts ease U.S. 19 congestion in Clearwater

Traffic shifts ease U.S. 19 congestion in Clearwater

Motorists along U.S. 19 soon will no longer have to navigate the cluttered roadway using frontage roads south of Clearwater Mall.
Published: 11/13/14
St. Pete gets perfect national LGBT index score

St. Pete gets perfect national LGBT index score

ST. PETERSBURG — Officials stood on the steps of City Hall Wednesday morning to herald the city’s latest accolade, its recent perfect score on LGBT issues.
Published: 11/13/14
At last, St. Petersburg holds own Veterans Day ceremony

At last, St. Petersburg holds own Veterans Day ceremony

ST. PETERSBURG - For years, veterans would ask Gina Maniaci why St. Petersburg doesn’t have a Veterans Day ceremony. And each year the director of the St. Petersburg Veterans Center said she would tell them what city officials told her: ...
Published: 11/12/14

Pinellas ‘safe surrender’ day helps clear cases

ST. PETERSBURG — Illegal parkers and garbage violators running from the law are getting their chance to come clean.
Published: 11/11/14
Veterans Day parades, ceremonies on Suncoast

Veterans Day parades, ceremonies on Suncoast

Several Tampa Bay area communities are holding Veterans Day activities today.
Published: 11/11/14
St. Pete wastewater tank delayed again

St. Pete wastewater tank delayed again

ST. PETERSBURG — For now, the relationship between Eckerd College and the city could be said to be tanking.
Published: 11/07/14
Big November for Tarpon performing arts

Big November for Tarpon performing arts

TARPON SPRINGS — The arts in Tarpon Springs are alive in November.
Published: 11/06/14

Young GOP lawmakers bring new perspective

DUNEDIN — Two Pinellas Republicans, among the youngest to be elected to the Legislature, said they’ll contribute to an evolving conversation when they get to Tallahassee for next year’s session.
Published: 11/06/14

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