- St. Petersburg man pleads guilty to Deepwater Horizon fraud schemeTAMPA — 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.
- A fixture for 60 years, the Safety Harbor Post Office will relocateSAFETY HARBOR — It opened when Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, and Elvis Presley was at the top of charts. Since 1956, the post office at 303 Main St. has not only been a reliable spot to mail and receive letters and packages, but friends, like Jerry Smith and Tina MacIntyre often use it as […]
- Treasure Island looking for a 'seasoned professional' to be the new city managerTREASURE ISLAND — The city has begun a national search for a new city manager with hopes of hiring someone by August.
- All eastbound lanes of Gandy Boulevard in St. Pete closed after large fuel spillST. PETERSBURG — If you're driving in the Tampa Bay area today, avoid eastbound Gandy Boulevard in the area between Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. St. N and 2nd Street.
- St. Petersburg police to target traffic violators starting Monday morningSt. Petersburg police will be out in force this morning looking for traffic violators along the Fourth Street N corridor.
- Want to learn more about Tarpon Springs' Greektown district? Now there's an app for thatA new app accompanies visitors on a walking tour through Greektown.
- Orange Blossom catering owner passes the torchAfter catering events large and small for more than 50 years, Ed Shamas sells the family business.
- A new chapter: Five questions with retiring Clearwater library director Barbara PickellBY PIPER CASTILLO Times Staff Writer CLEARWATER — Barbara Pickell, 67, has been the director of the Clearwater library system for 11 years, where she has juggled a $6 million annual budget and five branch locations. During her tenure, she led the library through the Great Recession, helped orchestrate the …
- Family partners restaurants with St. Petersburg College and BayCareA family partners its restaurants with St. Petersburg College and BayCare to share the value of nutrition.
- Voters to decide on raising building heights and density in Treasure IslandResidents will decide on allowing increases of height and density along Gulf Boulevard.
- St. Petersburg man pleads guilty to Deepwater Horizon fraud scheme
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