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Another opportunity to watch artists work

TARPON SPRINGS — Residents and visitors to the city will get the chance to watch professional artists capture their view of Tarpon Springs next month.
Published: 10/15/14
Suncoast hospitals say they can handle Ebola

Suncoast hospitals say they can handle Ebola

TAMPA — With a health care worker in Texas having contracted Ebola while caring for a patient with the disease, Tampa-area hospitals say they are able — and ready — to treat anyone infected with the virus....
Published: 10/14/14
Funding for Sponge Exchange bathrooms remains

Funding for Sponge Exchange bathrooms remains

TARPON SPRINGS — City commissioners decided against a suggestion to reduce to zero funding for private bathrooms at the Sponge Exchange last week.
Published: 10/15/14

Beached whale on Indian Shores beach euthanized

Wildlife officials had to euthanized an ill whale that was beached Tuesday morning on Indian Shores beach.
Published: 10/14/14
Two dead in Largo shootings; SWAT team called

Two dead in Largo shootings; SWAT team called

Two men are dead in the wake of a shootings that led a Pinellas County SWAT team to block off streets and evacuate nearby residents of a home in Largo, sheriff’s officials said.
Published: 10/13/14

Police name woman killed in Clearwater crash

A woman killed in a Thursday night Clearwater accident has been identified.
Published: 10/10/14

Pedestrian struck by car, killed in Clearwater

A pedestrian on a Clearwater road was struck by a vehicle Thursday night and killed, Clearwater Police Department said.
Published: 10/10/14

Fuming over Duke Energy, St. Pete votes to turn to PSC

ST. PETERSBURG — Add St. Petersburg to the list of those unhappy with Duke Energy.
Published: 10/10/14

Eckerd College balks at St. Pete wastewater plans

ST. PETERSBURG — Eckerd College leaders are ringing alarm bells about the city’s plans to build a 15-million-gallon tank for storing treated wastewater next to the college.
Published: 10/10/14
Deputies seek Oldsmar Wal-Mart attempted shoplifting suspects

Deputies seek Oldsmar Wal-Mart attempted shoplifting suspects

Deputies are looking for two people who tried to shoplift at a Wal-Mart in Oldsmar.
Published: 10/09/14

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