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Scott Wagman and Beth Houghton are business leaders, community activists, philanthropists and longtime champions of St. Petersburg.
The Coast Guard is searching for two people aboard a 27-foot 1976 Almond Hunter sailing vessel near St. Petersburg, Florida, Friday.
Manny Kool is the manager of Daddy Kool Records in downtown St. Petersburg. If you're wondering how married to the business he is, you need only know his real name: Manny Matalon.
As the city prepares to dole out $446,000 in grants to combat homelessness, one City Council member wants to widen the focus to allow groups aiding the elderly or youth to compete for money.
Eckerd College in St. Petersburg has the most foreign students with F-1 visa's in the Tampa Bay area, according to a new report by The Brookings Institution .
St. Petersburg is one of those lucky few cities granted the benefits of a downtown waterfront setting in a warm climate.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. - City leaders are planning to spend another $500,000 on upgrades and repairs to Tropicana Field requested by the Tampa Bay Rays.
Surveillance photos catch a suspect removing money from the cash register Aug. 9 at Doe Doe's Diner in unincorporated St. Petersburg.
A year ago, St. Petersburg landlord Michael Shimshoni backed out of a signed federal plea deal in a lead paint case that could have sent him to prison for as long as 20 years.
Customers are scoffing at Duke Energy's average refund of $5.62 following billing boondoggle.
Northeast grad retires from air force : Former St. Petersburg resident Col. Sean Gallagher retired from the Air Force recently after more than 23 years of service.
Three chickens were located in Cross Bayou in the unincorporated Seminole area and one chicken was located in Lake Maggiore in St. Petersburg.
St. Petersburg, Florida -- Here's what you can learn from a couple that left the ruins of Katrina and created a business worth hundreds of thousands Artful Recovery: Katrina couple's St. Pete success St. Petersburg, Florida -- Here's what you can learn from a couple that left the ruins of Katrina and created a business worth hundreds of thousands ... (more)
The city is in the process of creating a master plan for its waterfront, but will not do so alone.
A City Council committee will take a first look today at a proposal to tack on $2.56 to the average resident's utility bill, or a 4.75 percent hike.
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Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 04:38 am
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