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Transitional housing project to help Pasco homeless

Transitional housing project to help Pasco homeless

HOLIDAY — With a kitchen project now complete, Metropolitan Ministries will renew its quest to build transitional housing at its Outreach Center in Holiday for families that need a place to stay until they can find permanent homes....
Updated: 11 hours ago
No injuries after car crashes into Seminole office

No injuries after car crashes into Seminole office

A woman lost control of her car in a Seminole parking lot Monday morning and crashed into the glass facade of an unoccupied office, officials said.
Updated: 11 hours ago
Family tradition has filled Bishop Larkin classrooms for 25 years

Family tradition has filled Bishop Larkin classrooms for 25 years

PORT RICHEY — The halls of Bishop Larkin Catholic School have no shortage of motivational signs for its students.
Updated: 12 hours ago
Powerboat race brings thousands to Clearwater Beach

Powerboat race brings thousands to Clearwater Beach

CLEARWATER — With a roar somewhere between a jet engine and a race car, the Sixth Annual Clearwater Super Boat National Championship ignited the calm waters of the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday.
Updated: 12 hours ago
SB lane on Veterans Expressway reopens after erosion damage

SB lane on Veterans Expressway reopens after erosion damage

Crews have completed roadwork to repair erosion damage on the Veterans Expressway that was attributed to this weekend’s heavy rains.
Updated: 12 hours ago
Wastewater still flowing from St. Pete sewer break

Wastewater still flowing from St. Pete sewer break

Thousands of gallons of wastewater have been leaking since Saturday night after excessive rain caused a break in a sewer line, according to Pinellas County.
Updated: 15 hours ago
Repaired Tampa Bay Water reservoir half refilled

Repaired Tampa Bay Water reservoir half refilled

TAMPA — A year and a half after the C.W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir was drained to repair and rebuild its massive earthen walls, the giant water tank in rural eastern Hillsborough County is half full.
Updated: 17 hours ago
Success stories emerge from Adult Drug Court

Success stories emerge from Adult Drug Court

CLEARWATER — When Patricia McGovern entered drug court, she never planned to get clean. She had learned how to play the calender — using drugs around mandated tests and follow-up court dates — and initially did not take her recov...
Updated: 17 hours ago
Clearwater’s new Whole Foods taps growing market for ‘natural’

Clearwater’s new Whole Foods taps growing market for ‘natural’

ST. PETERSBURG — When grocers like Rollin’ Oats Market & Café opened in the Tampa Bay area two decades ago, natural food stores were viewed as an oddity by many mainstream shoppers.
Updated: 17 hours ago
Art exhibit celebrates Haitian culture

Art exhibit celebrates Haitian culture

ST. PETERSBURG — “Haitian Art: An Expression of Culture and Fantasies” opened at Feathered Serpent Gallery earlier this month. The exhibit features paintings by St. Petersburg resident Ludner Confident, 65, along with the works o...
Updated: 17 hours ago

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