Additional elections put on hold for now
New referendum votes, such as Seminole's annexation, must wait until January, says the supervisor of elections.
Drug dealers' great bane to arrive
Kevin isn't much of a sniffer; Dixie didn't work out. Sasha will put her nose to work soon.
Midtown spruces up to lure business
Sidewalks, street lights and trees shore up the image of a stretch of the Dome district as other initiatives move forward.
Critic says pavilion wastes public funds
A South Pasadena resident challenges the need for a state grant of $42,000 to construct a pavilion in Galatea Gardens park.
What would Jesus do?
Maybe, if he couldn't lure the modern masses to church, he would build a place to enjoy a basketball game, a yoga stretch, a play or a meal. That's Pasadena Community Church's $3.8-million idea.
He called Pass-a-Grille -- and the sea -- home
Capt. Kenneth Merry had his first boat at age 7; by 10 he was taking anglers to choice fishing spots for cash.
'Wild beasts' and singles mingle in artful setting
It's hard to be shy when you're outdoors in moonlight and mist, using a lantern to read clues and trying to identify sculpture.
Skin color suddenly means so much
It was a sunny Sunday at a church in south St. Petersburg.
Molten Mike next to perform in Friday park concert series
SEMINOLE -- Molten Mike and his band will perform at Friday's free concert, the latest in the Music in the Park series at Seminole City Park, 7464 Ridge Road. The concert is from 7 to 9 p.m.
City to pay legal fees in suit over documents
The Times sued Pinellas Park last summer when it refused to release public records on a city employee who had been fired.
Learn, work, achieve
Maximo Elementary uses its portion of a $6.9-million federal grant to institute an adventure in hands-on learning.
Excavation set for new Sonic site
KENNETH CITY -- Unless the rain interferes, excavation is scheduled to begin this week on the site where a Sonic drive-in hamburger restaurant will open in December.
A Day on the Job: An anonymous man in everyone's ear
Jeff Arthur is likely the most famous man you never heard of. He writes those stick-to-the-brain jingles.
Don Vista just misses chance for renovation
The Florida Historical Commission has enough money for 55 projects, but ranks the Don Vista at number 57.
Front Porch program gains $225,000 in aid
ST. PETERSBURG -- St. Petersburg's Front Porch Florida will get $225,000 over the next two years as part of a nearly $4-million statewide literacy grant for adults.
Navy Seaman Ann Marie Lazzara, daughter of Marianne Lazzara of St. Petersburg and Michael A. Lazzara of St. Pete Beach, is completing a six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington. Lazarra's home port is Norfolk, Va.
Singles league completes title matches
St.Petersburg's 22-year-old Singles Flex League wrapped up another season by crowning five women's winners and 11 men's champions.
Clearwater center is changing its course
Clearwater Community Sailing Center will enter a new era in October.
It's another stroke of bad luck for Heintz
Bob Heintz is looking for some answers.
Young driver must navigate a savage world
I would like to thank my fellow drivers for teaching my 18-year-old daughter (who just bought her first car) just how scary you all are.
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