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The acts of kindness began at 7 a.m. Wednesday with a woman, her iced coffee and a stranger's caramel macchiato.
Under threatening skies, more than two dozen Roser Park residents walked and talked and talked some more about the controversial trail planned for their historic neighborhood.
St. Petersburg, Fla. - On Thursday, the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority and St. Petersburg College will hold an event to highlight the start of their new Universal Pass partnership.
Plans were unveiled last week at city hall for a 3,000-foot memory park that will be added to the city's new $10 million municipal complex.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla / ACCESSWIRE / August 19, 2014 / Sylios Corp , through its subsidiary, The Greater Cannabis Company, LLC, is pleased to announce that it has entered into co-consulting agreements with Greenscape Laboratories, Inc. , along with cross investments to fuel the growth of both companies in the development of products dedicated to the ... (more)
Mike Epps is one of three headliners at Wild 94.1's Shut Up and Laugh event at The Mahaffey on Friday.
There should be zero tolerance in government for employee harassment - particularly from a supervisor.
If you've ever been impressed by a balloon animal, prepare to be blown away by a new art exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg made up entirely of balloons.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - Officers will be walking door-to-door handing out information on auto burglary prevention in a targeted neighborhood in St. Pete.
Media enthusiasts from around Tampa Bay are gathered Tuesday for the independently organized TED event TEDxPoynter at the downtown St. Petersburg institute's campus.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla - St. Pete police are going door-to-door today and are sending out a recorded phone call to residents warning of a spike in auto burglaries.
Forty-six acres of a 134-acre county preserve on the edge of Hillsborough Bay may be destined for a big change.
Services for Cpl. Robert Richards, a retired and decorated Marine from St. Petersburg, will be held Thursday at Bay Pines National Cemetery.
We've seen it happen in the movies: A thought-to-be dead character magically comes back to life.
A spokesman for the agency said FHP would not investigate as it clearly wants to stay clear of stepping on the toes of the man who could be Florida's next governor and the agency's boss.
Detectives began their investigation on July 22, 2014, after it was discovered that the suspect--39-year-old Elisha Joy Kingsley--and a 16-year-old student were having an inappropriate relationship.
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Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 02:19 am
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