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County panel considers raising tourism boss pay

CLEARWATER — A higher salary may be in store for the next executive director of the county’s tourism agency, Visit St. Pete/Clearwater.
Published: 08/21/14

Service groups unite to reach families in need

CLEARWATER — Pinellas County has a plethora of community service organizations, but they have long struggled to work together to reach their full potential.
Published: 08/21/14

Michigan motorcyclist seriously injured in PH crash

A Michigan motorcyclist suffered serious injuries this morning when a car turned in front of him, causing him to crash in Palm Harbor.
Published: 08/21/14

Tarpon man, 23, fatally shot outside Tampa club

A 23-year-old Tarpon Springs man was gunned down outside a downtown Tampa nightclub early Thursday, investigators said.
Published: 08/21/14

Tarpon considering buying land

TARPON SPRINGS — In an effort to help ease local flooding issues and improve stormwater systems, the city is exploring acquiring seven properties near North Safford Avenue.
Published: 08/21/14

Largo tree trimmers injured when ladder touches power lines

Two tree trimmers were shocked this afternoon in unincorporated Largo when their ladder struck power lines, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 08/20/14

Police: No foul play in Clearwater college student’s death

There was no sign of foul play after a 42-year-old St. Petersburg College student was found dead Tuesday morning in a restroom on the school’s Clearwater campus, police said.
Published: 08/20/14

Lower vehicle registration notices mailed to Pinellas residents

Florida residents will enjoy a little financial relief each year with lower vehicle registration rates, and the Pinellas County Tax Collector began mailing out renewal notices to its populace Monday.
Published: 08/21/14
Allegiant to add 3 routes to St. Pete-Clearwater

Allegiant to add 3 routes to St. Pete-Clearwater

ST. PETERSBURG — Allegiant Airlines is adding three new nonstop routes from cities in Illinois and North Carolina to St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport.
Published: 08/20/14

Hackers steal Bayfront Health patient information

ST. PETERSBURG — Hackers stole information from about 4.5 million patients in hospital giant Community Health Systems computer network, but it remains unclear how many people at the company’s clinics at Bayfront Health in St. Petersburg...
Published: 08/20/14

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