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Citizens sworn in at St. Pete College to honor Constitution’s birth

Citizens sworn in at St. Pete College to honor Constitution’s birth

CLEARWATER — St. Petersburg College helped welcome 100 new United States citizens Wednesday in a naturalization ceremony to coincide with Constitution and Citizenship Day.
Published: 09/18/14
Sheriff: Prisoner had previously escaped Pasco work detail to go shopping

Sheriff: Prisoner had previously escaped Pasco work detail to go shopping

NEW PORT RICHEY — An inmate who escaped from a prison work detail in Pasco County more than a week ago had done the same thing at least once before, Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco said Wednesday....
Published: 09/18/14
Rotary clubs join to aid Indonesian village

Rotary clubs join to aid Indonesian village

TARPON SPRINGS — The work of local Rotary Clubs isn’t restricted to their surrounding communities.
Published: 09/17/14
Updated: 09/18/14
Al Lang Stadium deal with Rowdies’ owner falls through

Al Lang Stadium deal with Rowdies’ owner falls through

ST. PETERSBURG — A proposed deal for Tampa Bay Rowdies owner Bill Edwards to run Al Lang Stadium appears to be dead for now.
Published: 09/18/14

Red tide nears Pinellas beaches after brief retreat

TAMPA — The red tide bloom in the Gulf of Mexico that was threatening the tourist-soaked beaches of Pinellas County reversed its course last week and began ebbing from the coastline.
Published: 09/18/14

Lawsuit claims St. Pete police used excessive force in drug raid

ST. PETERSBURG — A federal lawsuit claims St. Petersburg police officers used excessive force and injured two men during a drug raid at a home in 2010.
Published: 09/18/14
Localized flooding temporarily shuts down Tarpon roadways

Localized flooding temporarily shuts down Tarpon roadways

Common occurrence throughout city during rain events
Published: 09/17/14
Tarpon Boys and Girls Club to hold beach party fundraiser

Tarpon Boys and Girls Club to hold beach party fundraiser

TARPON SPRINGS — The Boys and Girls Club of the Suncoast’s Tarpon Springs location will put on its 2014 Beach Party 7–11 p.m. this Saturday night.
Published: 09/17/14
FDOT, businesses spar over pace of U.S. 19 construction

FDOT, businesses spar over pace of U.S. 19 construction

NEW PORT RICHEY — The pace of construction along U.S. 19 is driving some local business leaders up the wall, but state officials say changes in medians and other local requests extended the schedule to fall 2015 for some sections of the project...
Published: 09/12/14
Updated: 09/17/14
Motorcyclists help visually impaired in Ride For Sight

Motorcyclists help visually impaired in Ride For Sight

NEW PORT RICHEY — Organizations and businesses are always coming up with creative fundraisers to help a certain cause. A local branch of the Lions Club combined motorcycles and poker to create a benefit to help visually impaired people. ...
Published: 09/17/14

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