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UPDATE: PH strip club hit-and-run suspect talks

UPDATE: PH strip club hit-and-run suspect talks

Jacques Ayyub spoke with FHP
Published: 09/04/14

Veterans tell VA trials at Bill Young Center town hall meeting

Starting last months, officials from the Veterans Benefits Administration in Oklahoma began sending packages of benefit claims awards — notification that veterans would be receiving the benefits they earned — to VFW Post 6827 in St. Pet...
Published: 09/04/14

All Children’s gets $850K to battle infant mortality

ST. PETERSBURG — All Children’s Hospital will receive an $850,000 grant to help combat infant mortality.
Published: 09/04/14
Pinellas schools flip decade-old downward enrollment trend

Pinellas schools flip decade-old downward enrollment trend

ST. PETERSBURG — Enrollment in Pinellas County’s public schools is increasing for the first time in a decade, school officials said.
Published: 09/04/14
Forest Lakes Elem. teacher finalist for national award

Forest Lakes Elem. teacher finalist for national award

OLDSMAR — A teacher at Forest Lakes Elementary has been selected as a state science finalist in a process that could potential bring national recognition.
Published: 09/04/14
Manatee, calf rescued from crab trap near Clearwater

Manatee, calf rescued from crab trap near Clearwater

A mother manatee and her young calf were rescued in Clearwater last week by teams from the Clearwater Marine Aquarium and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Published: 09/04/14
Family gives stately old Tarpon church new life

Family gives stately old Tarpon church new life

TARPON SPRINGS — The gray, weathered Spanish façade and tower of the old church in the city’s historic district offers a dramatic subject for local painters and charcoal artists.
Published: 09/03/14
Tarpon Triathlon celebrating 25th year Saturday

Tarpon Triathlon celebrating 25th year Saturday

TARPON SPRINGS — The popular Tarpon Springs Triathlon swims, bikes and runs its way through the city for the 25th time Saturday morning.
Published: 09/03/14
Tourism officials, politicians worrying about red tide in Pinellas

Tourism officials, politicians worrying about red tide in Pinellas

TAMPA — The ominous bloom of red tide that has been hovering offshore of Dixie County for weeks is making its way toward the sun-splashed, tourist-clogged beaches of Pinellas County, researchers say.
Published: 09/03/14
PH University High ranked among best in Florida for college prep

PH University High ranked among best in Florida for college prep

ST. PETERSBURG — Palm Harbor University High School is the best in Pinellas County and among the top schools in the state when it comes to preparing students for college, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Published: 09/03/14

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