LARGO –– Everyone agrees that the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board needs to be reformed. But no one agrees on how to do it.
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ST. PETERSBURG — The City Council set the millage rate and gave initial approval to Mayor Rick Kriseman's $538 million budget at Thursday night's hearing.
ST. PETERSBURG — A woman's body was found near the railway tracks behind an empty building at 3100 38th Ave. N, according to St. Petersburg police.
LARGO — Four public works employees lost their jobs because they didn't show up to work during Hurricane Irma.
CLEARWATER — RCS Food Bank has seen a surge in need following Hurricane Irma. The food bank saw a 48 percent increase of households requesting food on Monday compared to an average day, according to Director of Communications Lauren Misa.
CLEARWATER — Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas County completed the Stevens Creek neighborhood on Saturday by dedicating the 51st and final home.
LARGO — Early Tuesday, a truck headed to the Greater Ridgecrest Branch YMCA from the Hillsborough County headquarters of Feeding Tampa Bay was welcomed by Salvation Army Clearwater staffers and volunteers. The mission: help fellow Pinellas County residents rest a bit easier, at least for a moment, by giving …
CLEARWATER — The Humane Society of Pinellas, 3040 State Road 590, is seeking donations to repair $15,000 worth of damage to its building. The shelter moved its more than 200 animals to emergency foster homes during Hurricane Irma. During the storm, the roof of the cat isolation area was damaged. Medical supplies, …
LARGO — City commissioners on Tuesday approved a higher property tax rate for next year.
ST. PETERSBURG — A sustainability summit delayed by Hurricane Irma has been rescheduled for Saturday.
I've lived in St. Petersburg most of my life. After a brief spell in North Carolina, my family moved back to St. Petersburg for good in 1978. And in all that time I've never heard the area around Central Plaza referred to as "Goose Pond."
LARGO — The Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board mismanaged its finances, lacked accountability and disregarded its own rules, according to a scathing report released Wednesday by the county's inspector general.
A 53-year-old worker repairing a cable line in the Feather Sound area on Saturday fell from his ladder and died, the Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner's Office said.
ST. PETERSBURG — Politics took a break in Hurricane Irma, but now it's time for City Council races to get going. The Council of Neighborhood Associations is set to host a candidate forum for the six candidates vying for three council seats at stake in November.