District 50 field shapes up
Two Republicans, one Democrat and an unaffiliated candidate have thrown their hats into the ring so far.
Getting in touch with greatness
A trio of special pianos is available for viewing and, by appointment, playing at a Clearwater music store.
Fireworks to light some cities, not others
As Dunedin and other cities cancel July 4 fireworks shows, Clearwater and Safety Harbor will go on with their events.
Shelby won't run for county position
The Largo commissioner says he will concentrate on city concerns rather than try for the elections supervisor job.
Paying homage to Mother Earth as summer starts
A group meets in Palm Harbor to celebrate the solstice, the longest day of the year. Backed by American-Indian music and drum beats, they give thanks to the Earth.
EPA: Want more say on Stauffer?
Tonight the agency will explain how the community can create an advisory group to look at the cleanup of the Superfund site.
Subdivision's dead end will stay closed, Oldsmar says
The City Council rejects a request to turn Montego Court into an additional entrance road for Gull Aire Village.
Comatose woman succumbs to injuries
Tracy Hoban, who was hit by a car June 3 in Pasco County, was thought to be missing before finally being identified last week.
Tarpon extinguishes fireworks show
Despite recent rain and decisions by other cities, Tarpon Springs decides the holiday display could be unsafe.
Clearwater proposal is too much, too fast
Re: Downtown redevelopment plan.
Patience could have payoff for Oldsmar
When Oldsmar officials talk about "redeveloping" their downtown, they are using a misnomer. They should be talking about "developing" a downtown, because Oldsmar doesn't have a downtown to redevelop.
Black Oldsmar residents press for King street, park
A modest protest accompanies another demand for a roadway named for the civil rights leader and a park for a traditionally black area.
Amid protests, plan pulled for townhouses in Ozona
The potential developers are now considering building single-family homes along Bayshore Drive.
Runners can thank Boyle for Pier 60 fun, fitness and fellowship
There are runners who excel in races and make news, and there are runners who stage races and don't make news.
Couple celebrate 75 blissful years together
Family members toast Helen and David Tucker's anniversary as they look back at travel, work, love and how they met.
Tampa Bay headlines
A full life, a handful to the end
Tossed in water, girl dies
Pinellas students excel in writing
Ex-financial officer has lackluster track record
Ignominious ending for Eckerd president
Cash-strapped college looks to ditch real estate
Bucs fans win in ticket settlement
Warrant issued for suspect in robberies
South Pinellas headlines
Rude ruler of the roost
Times files suit to force release of autopsy photos
Governor weighs examiner's merits
New trial granted in shooting
Police chief walks out on union talks
Suspect admits guilt; now he needs a lawyer
Secretary says Holt compiled dossier
A break in the season's toil
The dreaded F fails to appear
Youth leader faces sex charges
Suspect sought in smash and grab
Club's late night meetings are defended
Vandals steal, damage 5 campus carts
Tragic case lightened by comic relief
News of Florida
State executes Provenzano
Endangered species tags yield funds, wariness
Veteran legislator dies of cancer
Insurer pays $206-million over race-based pricing
Scores indicate plan is working