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Love stone crabs? Try catching your own

Love stone crabs? Try catching your own

TAMPA — For most, a plateful of succulent stone crab claw meat, tender and dripping with drawn butter, comes with a soon to be flattened wallet.
Published: 10/16/14
School Board’s Flowers faces write-in candidate

School Board’s Flowers faces write-in candidate

ST. PETERSBURG — Rene Flowers is no stranger to St. Petersburg or the campaign trail.
Published: 10/16/14
Tarpon man faces charges in December crash in Dunedin

Tarpon man faces charges in December crash in Dunedin

A Tarpon Springs man faces three charges in a December crash in Dunedin that seriously injured three passengers.
Published: 10/16/14
St. Pete man faces murder charge in fatal shooting

St. Pete man faces murder charge in fatal shooting

ST. PETERSBURG — A man who jumped from a third floor apartment trying to escape police Wednesday was arrested in connection with a fatal shooting during a drug transaction.
Published: 10/15/14
St. Pete parking meters to raise money for homeless

St. Pete parking meters to raise money for homeless

ST. PETERSBURG — The change in your pocket or purse could change someone’s life.
Published: 10/15/14

Pinellas might get back to funding the arts

CLEARWATER — After a three-year hiatus, the arts may once again enjoy county funding.
Published: 10/15/14
Wal-Mart thieves still unidentified

Wal-Mart thieves still unidentified

OLDSMAR — It’s been over a month since a pair of people nearly walked out of the Oldsmar Wal-Mart with a shopping cart full of merchandise.
Published: 10/16/14

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

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