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Pinellas school district on a mission to make college education affordable

ST. PETERSBURG — The cost of college is climbing, and financial aid programs are running dry. But if the Pinellas County school district succeeds in its mission to expand its partnership with St. Petersburg College, more students may be able t...
Published: 09/22/14

Fire destroys Dunedin mobile home

No injuries were reported after a fire destroyed a mobile home in Dunedin.
Published: 09/22/14
Teen guilty of 1st-degree murder in 2012 St. Petersburg robbery, beating death

Teen guilty of 1st-degree murder in 2012 St. Petersburg robbery, beating death

CLEARWATER — On what would have been Jeremy Mayers 23rd birthday, his family got the justice they had been seeking.
Published: 09/19/14
Man wanted in Hernando arrested in Clearwater

Man wanted in Hernando arrested in Clearwater

A Spring Hill man who was wanted on charges in Hernando County was arrested in Clearwater this morning after a standoff with a SWAT team.
Published: 09/19/14
Rolling Valkyries ready to burn it up

Rolling Valkyries ready to burn it up

PALM HARBOR — Revolution Roller Derby, a flat-track league based in Tarpon Springs, will present a triple-header open scrimmage for the first time later this month.
Published: 09/18/14
Condo tower planned for prime downtown St. Pete property

Condo tower planned for prime downtown St. Pete property

ST. PETERSBURG — A West Palm Beach developer has revealed plans for perhaps the most prime piece of undeveloped real estate in the city’s downtown.
Published: 09/18/14
Pinellas schools add M16 rifles to police cache

Pinellas schools add M16 rifles to police cache

ST. PETERSBURG — The Pinellas County School District has purchased 28 M16 rifles for its internal police department, according to Law Enforcement Support Office documents.
Published: 09/18/14
Citizens sworn in at St. Pete College to honor Constitution’s birth

Citizens sworn in at St. Pete College to honor Constitution’s birth

CLEARWATER — St. Petersburg College helped welcome 100 new United States citizens Wednesday in a naturalization ceremony to coincide with Constitution and Citizenship Day.
Published: 09/18/14
Rotary clubs join to aid Indonesian village

Rotary clubs join to aid Indonesian village

TARPON SPRINGS — The work of local Rotary Clubs isn’t restricted to their surrounding communities.
Published: 09/17/14
Updated: 09/18/14
Al Lang Stadium deal with Rowdies’ owner falls through

Al Lang Stadium deal with Rowdies’ owner falls through

ST. PETERSBURG — A proposed deal for Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards to run Al Lang Stadium appears to be dead for now.
Published: 09/18/14

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