ST. PETERSBURG — It was a one-time thing. Kola Daodu Jr. and Adrian Floyd prefer not to talk about it.
ST. PETERSBURG — A 10-year-old boy was injured Monday morning in what police are calling an accidental shooting involving a group of children being supervised by a teenager.
ST. PETERSBURG — Of all the political stink that has wafted over city politics since the first drop of 200 million gallons of sewage started gushing out nearly two years ago, one question lingers:
LARGO — A fight over drugs preceded the shooting death of a 47-year-old man Thursday night at a Largo motel, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said Sunday.
ST. PETERSBURG — The city needs a lot of money — $435 million over the next five years — most of it to fix its leaky sewer pipes and aging sewer plants.
CLEARWATER — While Pinellas beaches continually rank among the best in America, they need help to stay that way.
TAMPA — A St. Petersburg man charged federally with filing fraudulent claims in the aftermath of the Deepwater Horizon disaster has pleaded guilty, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday.
When Elizabeth and David Samuelson started planning the house they built six years ago on Snell Isle, the couple envisioned a West Indies look with masonry stucco walls and a metal hip roof. As they moved forward, it evolved into something they describe as coastal contemporary.
Volunteer fair at Palm Harbor Library
Fifty-eight years ago Katrina Kaufhold wore short, white gloves to the spring coffee honoring the new crowd of debutantes. Thirty-two years ago her daughter, Kristin Georgevich, wore hose to the same affair when she was a debutante. Fashions have changed.
ST. PETERSBURG — The social media marketing strategy that was met with a chilly City Council reception earlier this year won approval May 18 as council members signed off on Mayor Rick Kriseman's "Influencer" strategy.
I've spent many evenings in St. Pete's Jannus Live courtyard, enjoying one of the best open-air venues in the Tampa Bay area. It's where I saw my first concert in Florida: Toadies, on the Rubberneck tour sometime in the mid '90s.
Top administrators named at schools
The Pinellas County School Board approved a number of administrative changes at a special meeting this week, part of the turnover process that routinely occurs at the end of the school year. The board followed the recommendations of superintendent Mike Grego on the following …
MADEIRA BEACH — Politics here took a nasty turn last week when someone called City Manager Shane Crawford nine times, threatening to kill him, his wife and her children.
ST. PETERSBURG — The students came from all over Pinellas County, some enduring hot bus rides to a school far from home. At first, they barely knew what to call themselves. All they knew was that they were in for a challenge.