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Proposal for wet zone in downtown St. Pete going dry

Proposal for wet zone in downtown St. Pete going dry

ST. PETERSBURG — Enthusiasm appears to be is waning for a city councilman’s suggestion to allow public drinking in certain areas of downtown as a way to raise money for the arts.
Updated: 17 hours ago

Summertree residents may see end to water woes

NEW PORT RICHEY — After years of mostly fruitless negotiations with Utilities Inc., residents in Summertree finally see a light at the end of the tunnel....
Updated: 17 hours ago
Dunedin couple kill family dog, burglarize home to cover tracks, deputies say

Dunedin couple kill family dog, burglarize home to cover tracks, deputies say

A Dunedin couple killed a family dog and stole a tablet to make the death look like it happened during a burglary, deputies said.
Published: 01/29/15
Pinellas Pet of the Week

Pinellas Pet of the Week

Cindy, a Jack Russell Terrier mix
Published: 01/29/15
Deputies seek Wal-Mart shoplift suspect

Deputies seek Wal-Mart shoplift suspect

Pinellas County sheriff’s deputies are asking for the public’s help to find a man who shoplifted from a St. Petersburg Wal-Mart earlier this month.
Published: 01/29/15

Coalition conducts homeless count

ZEPHYRHILLS — As a program coordinator for the nonprofit Society of St. Vincent de Paul, John Mafodda has spent years working with the poor and homeless in south Pinellas County.
Published: 01/29/15
Judge upset with delays in Matos quadruple-slaying case

Judge upset with delays in Matos quadruple-slaying case

NEW PORT RICHEY — Circuit Judge William R. Webb blasted prosecutors and the state crime lab for dragging their feet in the trial preparations for quadruple murder suspect Adam Matos, the Pasco County man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend an...
Published: 01/29/15
Source of bogus bills caught, deputies say

Source of bogus bills caught, deputies say

Deputies have arrested the source of counterfeit bills that have been the center of an investigation that stretches back to August, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 01/29/15

U.S. 19 at Tampa Road cleared for traffic after crash

U.S. 19 has been cleared for traffic after a crash with injuries at Tampa Road this morning in Palm Harbor.
Published: 01/29/15
Gaultieri backs much of Brandes’ medical pot bill

Gaultieri backs much of Brandes’ medical pot bill

LARGO — Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, a fierce opponent of the medical marijuana ballot measure in November, says he supports a bill filed this week in the state Legislature to legalize a medicinal form of the drug....
Published: 01/29/15

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