200 students compete in history fair
Students prepare projects under the theme of "Revolution, Reaction, Reform," hoping to make it to the state contest May 2-4 in Tallahassee.
Mock crash delivers a sobering message
Students at Clearwater High witness the staged aftermath of an accident caused by drinking. Officials hope it made its point.
Studio now faces questions from state
The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs filed several administrative complaints against Dance Place.
City offers cash to annex apartments
Largo commissioners approve $20,000 plus other incentives for owners of the Oaks Apartments.
Oldsmar officials can buy into city's insurance plan
The vote for this change makes moot an earlier proposal that the city pay for health insurance for elected officials.
Tarpon residents keep hand on wheel
The defeat of one referendum "certainly will leave us at a competitive disadvantage" with luring developers, the city manager says.
Causeway collision was not accident
Re: Driver killed in wreck on parkway, story, March 18.
Local election season wasn't politics as usual for voters
The North Pinellas election season that began with Dunedin's February election came to a blessed close Tuesday after Tarpon Springs voters finished punching their ballots and checking their chads. Now we can look back and mull over what was different this year, and try to figure out what the election outcomes mean.
Police sort out bloody teen conflict
A boy who went to see a fight got into a scrape involving a knife and sword being pulled, authorities say.
Small Good Life Games field makes big impact
Participation numbers were low, but there was no limit to the competitive intensity during last week's Good Life Games.