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Saturday, Nov 01, 2014

Former bookkeeper accused of embezzling $292,000
Mary Buffano is accused of stealing more than $292,000 from Frenchy's restaurants, where she worked as a bookkeeper. Police say they found $48,000 in cash at her home.
Bonita Copeland, far left, the mother of Leshawn Williams, stands with Schenique Harris, Coach Jeremy Srioud and Tampa Bay Buccaneer Leonard Johnson to pose for a photograph with Williams. Williams suffered an injury to his right leg Friday during Northeast's game against Clearwater High School. Due to blood clots the leg had to be amputated. ANITA GERHART
Support, donations flow in for amputee football player
Christopher Roberson (File photo)
Man charged with 2012 St. Petersburg murder
JUMP MAIN -- Patti Ustas from Pinellas Park  participates during a protest against Duke Energy at Williams Park in St. Petersburg, FL on October 29th,  2014.  LUKE JOHNSON/ STAFF
Protesters skewer Duke Energy over rates, billing, politics, policies
Parking fight could change rules for downtown St. Petersburg

Parking fight could change rules for downtown St. Petersburg

Officials told parking enforcement officers it's business as usual and to continue ticketing drivers who overstay their two-hour window.
Published: 10/27/14
Updated: 10/28/14
St. Petersburg school district putting skin in summer internship game

St. Petersburg school district putting skin in summer internship game

Two programs will offer high school and adult education students the opportunity to intern.
Published: 10/27/14

Fire destroys Largo mobile home, spreads to neighbor’s property

A fire destroyed a mobile home and damaged a neighbor’s home and vehicles Monday morning in Largo, the fire department said.
Published: 10/27/14

St. Pete man sentenced 21 years for child porn

A St. Petersburg man was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison following his conviction on charges including child pornography possession and production.
Published: 10/27/14
Legal tangles stagnate growth at St. Pete Beach

Legal tangles stagnate growth at St. Pete Beach

ST. PETE BEACH — More than 1,200 new hotel rooms are planned for Clearwater Beach, representing tens of millions of dollars of investment in the city’s tourism industry.
Published: 10/26/14
Updated: 10/27/14

Man killed after hitting construction truck in Palm Harbor

A Palm Harbor man was killed when he drove into the back of a construction vehicle on U.S. 19 early Sunday, troopers said.
Published: 10/26/14
John’s Pass Seafood Fest draws record crowd, organizers say

John’s Pass Seafood Fest draws record crowd, organizers say

MADEIRA BEACH — Nestled in the shadow of the sprawling Hooters and Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. restaurants that draw hoards of tourists to John’s Pass each year, a weekend festival of artisans, musicians and chefs gave locals a chance to show...
Published: 10/26/14
Pinellas Park man charged with DUI manslaughter, leaving scene of crash

Pinellas Park man charged with DUI manslaughter, leaving scene of crash

A 24-year-old pedestrian was killed and a Pinellas Park man faces DUI manslaughter charges after a St. Petersburg hit-and-run crash on Saturday night, police said.
Published: 10/26/14
Eckerd marine rescue team teaches lessons

Eckerd marine rescue team teaches lessons

The group is often the first to respond on suicides.
Published: 10/26/14
Pro, amateur folk artists gather in St. Pete

Pro, amateur folk artists gather in St. Pete

ST. PETERSBURG — Folk art takes a lot of forms for Creative Clay artist Dolores Murawski.
Published: 10/25/14
Updated: 10/26/14