City manager finalist in Colorado
LARGO -- After a visit to Colorado last week, City Manager Steven Stanton is now among four finalists for the same position in Westminster, Colo., a suburb between Denver and Boulder.
Sex abuse suspect served as teacher
LARGO -- A man arrested and charged with sexually battering a teenage girl was a substitute teacher at a Largo elementary school, School Board officials said Monday.
State Supreme Court penalizes two lawyers
A Largo lawyer is suspended from practicing law for 30 days for violating Bar rules. A Clearwater lawyer earns a reprimand for missing two hearings and a mediation session.
Voters set to select commissioner today
Residents will chose between Sal Gattuso and Harriet Crozier for the District 5 commission seat.
Home invasion motive unclear
A 34-year-old woman was bound and robbed in her East Lake apartment. The three suspects got away with valuables and her car.
Phillies stadium financing clears first legal hurdle
But opponents of the sports complex plan to appeal to the state Supreme Court.
Casino boat plan at docks changes
George Billiris says six companies are talking to him about the property he and his brother own. He hopes for a boat that offers dinner or entertainment cruises.
Largo man faces charges of molestation, battery
LARGO -- A man was arrested Sunday on charges he grabbed a teenage girl and then struck a 13-year-old boy who came to her aid, police reported.
Rescuers pull chase suspect from bay
Despite three flat tires, the man evades deputies only to be grabbed by the Coast Guard after jumping from the Bayside Bridge.
Polling places debut in today's election
When Seminole voters select three City Council members today, there won't be any ballots cast at City Hall.
Roundabout fix can be found in Europe
Ah, the Clearwater Beach roundabout. As one crosses the little bridge approaching the beach, one notices:
Palm Harbor man faces new charges from chase
NEW PORT RICHEY -- A Palm Harbor man who led police and sheriff's deputies on a chase has been charged with two more criminal counts.
St. Petersburg driver shines in calamity
In auto racing, it's true that winning is everything in terms of money, points and prestige for drivers and that everybody after first is just another loser.
A sign of things to come
A Morgan Fitzgerald Middle School student wins a $1,500 scholarship in a speech contest for deaf and hard of hearing kids.