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MLK parade, festival in Tarpon Springs

Saturday event begins at 11 a.m.
Published: 01/14/15
Search for healthier eating options in Pinellas aided

Search for healthier eating options in Pinellas aided

Residents wishing to start the new year by mixing more fresh fruits and vegetables in their diets are getting an assist from Pinellas County.
Published: 01/14/15
Planning Council looking to honor success

Planning Council looking to honor success

Is there a recently completed project or program around the community that’s proven to be a rousing success and deserves a little recognition?
Published: 01/15/15
Restaurants join to promote local food project

Restaurants join to promote local food project

DUNEDIN — Bree Cheatham launched the Dunedin Harvest Food and Garden Co-op in 2009 to provide residents with a fresh-food option and help foster the concept of “locally grown.”
Published: 01/15/15
Tarpon community honors Lulias brothers

Tarpon community honors Lulias brothers

TARPON SPRINGS — Well over 400 people turned out to the Spanos-Pappas Community Center’s Theofilos Hall on Saturday to honor a pair of brothers and their many contributions to the Tarpon Springs community.
Published: 01/14/15
‘Where’s Waldo?’ look-alike wanted in St. Pete ring theft

‘Where’s Waldo?’ look-alike wanted in St. Pete ring theft

St. Petersburg police are asking the public to play a real-life version of “Where’s Waldo?” after they say a man who resembles the children’s book character entered a store and left without paying for a diamond ring.
Published: 01/14/15

Sheriff’s office offers parents free internet monitoring software

The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is offering free software to help parents monitor what their kids do on the Internet.
Published: 01/14/15

Pinellas leaders favor ‘living wage’ for lowest-paid workers

CLEARWATER — Hoping to ease the burden of poverty, Pinellas County Commissioner Ken Welch on Tuesday proposed increasing the minimum wage for county employees to $12.50 an hour, the so-called “living wage.” ...
Published: 01/14/15
Rays Fan Fest set for February at Tropicana Field

Rays Fan Fest set for February at Tropicana Field

The 2015 Tampa Bay Rays Fan Fest will take place from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 21, at Tropicana Field. Admission and parking are free.
Published: 01/14/15
Folk-blue grass group to perform at Brooker Creek Preserve

Folk-blue grass group to perform at Brooker Creek Preserve

TARPON SPRINGS — Visitors to Brooker Creek Preserve won’t see much Kentucky bluegrass sprouting during a hike throughout the park’s wetland terrain, but they may hear it on Sunday.
Published: 01/14/15

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