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Pinellas County school officials have chosen two current principals to lead a pair of new elementary schools opening in August.
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From 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, the church will host an Easter carnival featuring an egg hunt, bounce house, games, food and free treats.
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Christopher Weed pleaded guilty Wednesday morning to leaving the scene of a Clearwater accident in which he struck and killed a couple on a tandem bicycle.
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"It stinks. If you're lucky you don't have to get into a fight with someone in the parking lot just to get a spot," Clearwater beach resident Laura Anthony said.
The large brunch menu at Kelly's in Dunedin has something for everyone, from homemade baked goods to unique egg combinations and more.
Pinellas County's top executive is out of a job. Pinellas commissioners began their meeting Tuesday by voting unanimously to fire Administrator Bob LaSala without cause.
Q: I once read that many of the early artists were poisoned. Was there some type of conspiracy against artists? - W.J., Newport, Tenn.
A crash between a car and a motorcycle occurred at 9:37 p.m. at the intersection of Belleair Road and Missouri Avenue.
For years, a woman posed as a Colombian cocaine supplier, helping police in Sunrise, Fla., draw dozens of faraway drug buyers to town in a recurring dragnet that enabled her to live comfortably _ and secretly _ as a professional informant.
Don Ewing, co-chair of Yes for Greenlight, talks about the benefits of improved transportation in Pinellas that would be possible by approval of a 1 percent transit sales tax during an April 3 forum in the Digitorium on the Seminole campus of St. Petersburg College.
Clearwater, Florida -- A man is in critical condition after being hit by a truck on Drew Street late Saturday evening.
A sizable crowd gathered on the lower level of the International Plaza early Friday morning, awaiting the grand opening of the new Spanx store.
Before customers see the jewelry displayed inside glass cases at Bradley Harris' jewelry store, they are greeted by a mug shot of a man who once worked there.
When Largo Medical Center executives wielded golden shovels this week to break ground for a standalone emergency room on one of Clearwater's busiest thoroughfares, they were mirroring a national trend: hospitals carving out highly profitable ER niches in each other's territory.