Classes help tottering students find their balance
Though it seems to be working, the academic assistance program, offered at 36 Pinellas schools, may not continue next year due to a lack of funds.
Thousands here, there start to add up
Largo doesn't want its constant trickle of over budget spending to turn into a tidal wave of obligations.
In debate over wires, it's looks vs. costs
DUNEDIN -- Over four months, Elaine Swinehart has paid nearly $30,000 to have an extra bedroom and bathroom added to her Nicholas Drive home.
SPJC plan for higher degrees in spotlight
Educators at other institutions fret that students might be lured away, but others see a need for a four-year school in North Pinellas.
Palm Harbor's Ironman Institute lets corporate VIPs enjoy the luxury of the Westin Innisbrook Resort and check on their most valuable asset: their health.
City records contradict campaign claims
Mayoral hopeful Costa Vatikiotis says Tarpon Springs' public safety building is over budget. Records don't back him up.
Hopefuls wrap up shoestring campaigns
Three of the four candidates in Seminole are relying mostly on their records. The fourth has spent $740.
Hamilton, Gray, Jonson for City Commission
On March 13, Clearwater voters will elect a new majority on the City Commission. It may be the most important election in years.
Ex-Seminole player shows UNC-Asheville his versatility as sub
Colin Shaw (Seminole) is a reserve for the University of North Carolina-Asheville's basketball team.
Believe in angels? They certainly do
"Everybody has angels, whether we believe in them or not," a therapist says. "There are also billions of angels that are not assigned. They always come when you ask."
College night features details on 100 schools
EAST LAKE -- Spring is when high school seniors begin receiving college acceptance notices, but many have not yet made up their minds about which college to attend. An event Tuesday evening might help make their decisions easier.
Headlines through the years
CLEARWATER -- (March 11, 1924) A special bond election is being held to determine whether or not Clearwater will have a municipal gas plant. If approved, bonds in the amount of $150,000 will be used for that purpose.