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Friday, Aug 29, 2014

Stately old Tarpon Springs church gets new life
The First Baptist Church, built in 1926, has a long history of serving as a house of worship for Tarpon Springs residents.
The abandoned three-story building christened First Baptist Church in A.D. 1926, as its marble cornerstone reads, has had a long history as a house of worship for Tarpon Springs residents
Fixing aging equipment at Tropicana Field may raise concerns that the city will have made unnecessary repairs if the Rays leave.
St. Pete plans to drop $500K into Trop
Girls dressed as dancing fairies attended last year’s event in Gulfport. The theme this year is “Roaring Geckos,” so costumes may incorporate 1920s styles.
Music, food, crafts and more await visitors to GeckoFest
Blake Dyer wants to win a state championship this year with the Green Devils team.
Dyer’s passion for golf comes naturally
Live election results: Pinellas County

Live election results: Pinellas County

Pinellas County Commission
Published: 08/26/14
Updated: 08/27/14

Duke targets landfill site for solar farm

ST. PETERSBURG — Duke Energy’s search for land to build a possible solar energy farm in Pinellas County has raised curiosity and questions among local advocates for renewable power.
Published: 08/27/14
Sen. Latvala, four newcomers win Pinellas Legislative races

Sen. Latvala, four newcomers win Pinellas Legislative races

ST. PETERSBURG — There were few surprises in the primaries for five Pinellas County legislative seats Tuesday.
Published: 08/26/14
Lerner wins record Pinellas school board term

Lerner wins record Pinellas school board term

ST. PETERSBURG — Linda Lerner opted not to throw a party Tuesday night, instead spending the evening with her husband, son, daughter-in-law and neighbor at her Seminole home, eating gumbo and avoiding early election predictions until all was s...
Published: 08/26/14
Light turnout is likely for Pinellas primary

Light turnout is likely for Pinellas primary

Polling places throughout Pinellas County opened at 7 a.m. today for the primary election and other races, including the school board and judges.
Published: 08/25/14
Updated: 08/26/14
Students, Rowdies team up to make fitness fun

Students, Rowdies team up to make fitness fun

ST. PETERSBURG — Pinellas County physical education teachers are hoping a workout video made with the Tampa Bay Rowdies will encourage their students to be a bit rowdier in and out of their classes.
Published: 08/25/14
Board to rein in Pinellas transit boss

Board to rein in Pinellas transit boss

ST. PETERSBURG — Embattled Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority leader Brad Miller still seems to have the support of his governing board, but its members say they’re planning to keep tighter reins on the agency that federal officials sa...
Published: 08/25/14

Man hospitalized after fire at St. Pete condo

One man is hospitalized this morning after a fire at a condo complex in St. Petersburg.
Published: 08/25/14
Huge solar grid will keep beer cold for St. Pete warehouse

Huge solar grid will keep beer cold for St. Pete warehouse

To keep down electricity costs, the state's largest solar grid will power a 246,000-square-foot warehouse for Great Bay Distributors.
Published: 08/24/14
Updated: 08/25/14

19-year-old killed in Seminole crash

A 19-year-old St. Petersburg resident was killed in a crash in Seminole on Sunday evening, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 08/25/14