MADEIRA BEACH — A petition to recall two commissioners who won their seats in a highly contested election in March began circulating in the city last week.
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ST. PETERSBURG — Farah Khorsandian-Sanchez was born to Iranian parents in India, in a Bahá'í home. Her husband was born in Spain, grew up in Venezuela and is Catholic.
TREASURE ISLAND — One of four men selected as finalists Tuesday may become the next manager of this city of almost 7,000 people.
Authorities: A man named 'Cabbage' sold soap, not cocaine, to undercover detective
A few years ago, Patrick Evans was sitting on death row for the 2008 murders of his wife and her friend.
INDIAN ROCKS BEACH — The city could be among the few beach communities to allow medical marijuana dispensaries after the City Commission recently voted down an ordinance that would have banned them.
ST. PETERSBURG — A diverse group of six artists will compete for a chance to install their work at the city's multimillion-dollar Pier District, expected to open in early 2019.
LARGO — For a second time, Patrick Evans' future is in the hands of a jury.
ST. PETERSBURG — A woman suffered life-threatening injuries when, police said, she was struck by a Ford truck Wednesday afternoon as she was crossing 16th Street.
USFSP to host Science Festival, MarineQuest
ST. PETERSBURG — Two first-time candidates aim to replace Jim Kennedy as the District 2 representative on the City Council.
For years, licensed contractors in Pinellas County have yearned for law enforcement to target unlicensed roofers, painters and others in the construction trades who perform shoddy work and swindle money from homeowners.
Deputies fulfilled that wish on Tuesday.
Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber Transportation Panel : The Tampa Bay Beaches Chamber of Commerce Community Advocacy quarterly meeting will be held at 9 a.m. Nov. 9 at Madeira Beach City Hall, 300 Municipal Drive, for a panel discussion on transportation, transit, infrastructure needs and pedestrian safety. RSVP to …
St. Anthony's Hospital Earns National Award for Stroke Care
LARGO — Sheriff Bob Gualtieri fired a deputy Monday after an investigation found he offered to pay an 18-year-old woman he had recently arrested and her friend to come to his house while his young daughter was asleep in the home.