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St. Petersburg announced plans to open two satellite offices to City Hall. The new offices at the Enoch Davis Center and Childs Park YMCA will be run by rotating city staffers, the Tampa Bay Times said.
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When it comes to doing away with red light cameras in Florida, the "bull" is American Traffic Solutions, the largest red light camera provider in the state.
To recognize National Equal Pay Day and to raise awareness of pay equity and wage discrimination, Business and Professional Women /St.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- Sunday is the final day of Early Voting for the race to fill the late Congressman C.W. Bill Young's seat.
For her service to Suncoast Hospice's patients and families at the North Pinellas Care Center where she provides hospitality and assistance to visiting families, Robyn Leschinski of Palm Harbor has been named the 2013 Humana volunteer of the year.
A red-light camera faces north toward the intersection of 22nd Avenue N and Fourth Street on Thursday in St. Petersburg.
In advance of the late application period for special programs in Pinellas County public schools this month, the district is holding open houses to generate interest in five middle school programs.
Vita4One Racing, a team that has run Z4s in various series in Europe, has entered a Z4 GT3 in the Pirelli World Challenge race in St. Petersburg, Florida on March 28-30.
On March 7, after careful consideration and following presentations from both supporters and opponents of Pinellas County's new comprehensive transit blueprint known as the Greenlight Pinellas Plan, the Clearwater City Council voted unanimously to support the transformational, countywide proposal.
Police are searching for a man who stole a puppy from a St. Petersburg pet store.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- It's that time of year. Get ready to set those clocks forward an hour Saturday night before you head to bed.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- In Florida there's a renewed push to label our food that contains genetically modified organisms or GMO's.
Like most cities, St. Petersburg has its share of slumlords. Council member Darden Rice thinks the city needs another tool to deal with them.
According to tbo.com , the St. Petersburg city council has voted 6-2 to end the controversial red-light camera program once fines are no longer covering the cost of the program, or by Sept.
I had the opportunity to interview one of my SNL faves from my adoloscence, vet and master impersonator Dana Carvey, who hits Tampa Theatre tonight.