A sampling of police reports from February 1 to February 8, 2017 in Gulfport, St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena.
Ethyl, a 13-year-old retriever-fox-hound mix, knew something was wrong when she got to the top of the stairs of the apartment building
The popular annual Raptor Festival held Saturday February 4 at Boyd Hill Nature Preserve
Lincoln Cemetery is expected to be placed under the wing of St. Petersburg’s Greater Mount Zion AME Church in 60 to 90 days.
A Labrador named Eli got a lion mane for Halloween several years ago and it turned out to be a hit.
“We’re still close to three trucks of disposable trash, which is usually what we get,” said Margarete Tober of Gulfport Neighbors.
The Grandiversary block party on Saturday celebrated the businesses of the Grand Central District some 30 vendors and performers who entertained crowds.
Local residents joined legions around the world in demonstrations during the Women’s March on Washington Saturday, January 21
Work on the million-dollar-plus multi-use building proposed for a central spot on Beach Boulevard S. in Gulfport could start in late summer.
Barricades detouring traffic will be up into early next month as pipes are laid to tie in to the new storm water treatment ponds next to the marina.
A sampling of police reports from January 11 to January 18, 2017 in Gulfport, St. Petersburg, St. Pete Beach and South Pasadena.
Gulfport Council discussed various options for improving the Tangerine Greenway, as well as an update on the environmental lawsuit