As the holiest days of the Jewish calendar approached, so did Hurricane Irma.
ST. PETERSBURG— As the city recovers after spending two weeks dealing with Hurricane Irma, the campaigns of incumbent Mayor Rick Kriseman and former Mayor Rick Baker are slowly ramping back up.
ST. PETERSBURG — A man who was caring for an infant was arrested Monday, accused of physically abusing the boy.
TREASURE ISLAND — A fire erupted in a home on Sunday night, causing the roof to collapse and resulting in significant damage to the interior, according to St. Petersburg Fire Rescue.
ST. PETERSBURG — A motorcyclist was killed Monday morning when he crashed into a school bus while speeding on 49th Street N, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
ST. PETERSBURG — The leader of the University of South Florida St. Petersburg has been ousted.
LARGO — As Election Day approaches, Pinellas County's elected officials will point to Hurricane Irma as a big reason why voters should renew the next round of the Penny for Pinellas 1-cent sales tax.
ST. PETERSBURG — The morning after Hurricane Irma brushed the city, Elihu Brayboy got a call saying that a portion of the south wall of the historic but condemned Merriwether Building he and his wife have owned since 2011 had collapsed.
ST. PETERSBURG — TJ Noor felt like one of the lucky ones: His home on 22nd Avenue N didn't lose power long when Irma's winds downed trees and power lines throughout Tampa Bay.
ST. PETERSBURG — A 33-year-old man was arrested Thursday after police said they discovered the remains of a dead puppy and found another dog injured and malnourished.
ST. PETERSBURG — A project that a developer labeled "an experiment in enlightened capitalism" got the green light from the City Council on Thursday. The Orange Belt Station project promises to bring a craft distillery and, perhaps, an alternative weekly newspaper to the Warehouse Arts District.
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While an official analysis of Hurricane Irma's impact on beach erosion is not yet available, early indications show some optimism.
CLEARWATER — As parts of Pinellas County continue waiting for electricity after Hurricane Irma, the County Commission voted unanimously Thursday to extend an emergency declaration until Sept. 21.
ST. PETERSBURG — Drive around the city long enough and you start to notice small changes on its roads and streets: the widening of a bike lane by half a foot, reconfigured intersections, more bike racks in front of small businesses.