LARGO –– The governing board of the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board voted unanimously Thursday to hire an interim executive director and to negotiate the exit of its old executive director.
CLEARWATER — The city will host an open house Feb. 28 to educate residents about the $32 million groundwater replenishment project currently under design after seven years of study.
OLDSMAR — The City Council gave final approval for an ordinance calling for a temporary moratorium on medical marijuana dispensing organizations and medical marijuana treatment centers. The ordinance is designed to help city officials move forward on how to handle the new state law concerning medical use of …
Seconds after Angela Johns went to get a glass of water for her husband, Jerry, on a break from yard work, she heard his body hit the garage floor.
LARGO — Revolution Roller Derby, a coed flat-track roller derby league established about five years ago in Pasco County, has expanded to Largo. Practices are starting on Sundays at Northeast Park and Paw Place, 4630 E Bay Drive. Enthusiasts are invited to come check out both playing and volunteering opportunities …
The Pinellas County Urban League has expanded into Hernando, Lake, Marion, Pasco, Seminole and Sumter counties.
CLEARWATER — The Clearwater Marine Aquarium has held off on accepting an offer from the Church of Scientology to buy its vacant downtown lot for more than a year, giving city officials first dibs and time to decide if they'd like to buy the land.
LARGO — Rodney Fischer worked so much from August 2008 through 2011 that the leader of Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board logged only one vacation day, records show.
OLDSMAR — An East Lake man who is a former Michigan police officer shot to death a cook working at an Oldsmar bar and restaurant early Wednesday, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.
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Pinellas County's top prosecutor has decided to open a criminal investigation into the local construction licensing board, which has been embroiled in controversy since a series of Tampa Bay Times reports raised questions about the agency's conduct.
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LARGO — Sen. Jack Latvala is not happy.
OLDSMAR — The city is holding its "Inaugural Paper Shredding & Electronics Recycling Event'' from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 17 in the east parking lot of City Hall, 100 State St. Individuals and businesses are invited to drop off documents, from canceled checks to medical and tax records, along with electronics, …
TARPON SPRINGS — The city hall, the site of the former Tarpon Springs High School, is being renovated, and while the construction and repairs are being done, an online auction for the windows is being held. The windows are not suitable for use, however the city has heard from the community that there is interest …