CLEARWATER — The Clearwater Bar Association is offering paid legal internships this summer for high school students in Pinellas County. The six-week program will let interns "learn about the inner workings of law offices, legal departments, and the judicial system," according to a press release. The deadline to …
CLEARWATER — The city on Tuesday will host the third and final public meeting before construction begins on the groundwater replenishment facility this summer. Utilities staff and the Southwest Florida Management District will be on hand to answer questions from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Clearwater East Library, 2251 …
CLEARWATER — The city is hosting the Festival of Arts, Food and Culture in the Downtown Gateway on Saturday. The free event will feature music, dance groups, a drum line, children's rides, food trucks and other activities. It will be held at the intersection of Cleveland Street and Hillcrest Avenue. Free parking …
CLEARWATER — "Operation Shred and Prescription Drug Takeback" will be conducted by the Clearwater Police Department and the city's solid waste department from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Westfield Countryside Mall, 27001 U.S. 19 N, near the L.A. Fitness. Documents will be shredded on site under the supervision of …
LARGO — Jamison Bell is a good listener.
LARGO — Commissioners will consider during Tuesday's commission meeting an ordinance to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries.
LARGO — A Pinellas County jail inmate faces charges after deputies say he brought drugs into the facility, causing him and two other inmates to overdose Thursday night.
CLEARWATER — Cincinnati-based First Transit has sued the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, alleging it lost the county's trolley contract because a "who's who of Clearwater" lobbied the board to choose the less qualified Jolley Trolley.
State Rep. Larry Ahern's legislation to help reform the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board is dead once again.
PALM HARBOR — An investigator with the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board resigned Wednesday after being accused of threatening two people with a baseball bat during a road rage incident on Tampa Road.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Florida Holocaust Museum is joining with Eckerd College to release a 25th Anniversary oral history series, "25 Survivors, 25 Stories … Celebrating 25 Years."
CLEARWATER — The Church of Scientology has launched a statewide campaign blasting the ethics and financial practices of the Clearwater Marine Aquarium, a move that follows the aquarium's recent decision not to sell the church a prized downtown property.
As the sun shone through the trees and the horse-drawn carriage pulled up to where the altar was staged, Melissa Harris, an officer with the Clearwater Police Department, felt her eyes welling as she recalled the first time she met the bride. Now she was one of Melissa Dohme's best friends and bridesmaids.
Legislation aimed at reforming the Pinellas County Construction Licensing Board that died last month has suddenly been resurrected.
Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies said they were already called to the house in unincorporated Largo twice for complaints about a loud party.