Numerous prep sports analysts in Pinellas County predicted that the Lakewood Spartans and Calvary Christian Warriors would both put up a slew of points. Few, if any, could have seen the barrage the Spartans offense would rain down on their opponents in Clearwater.
Gulfport’s position as a defendant in a federal environmental lawsuit has come to an end. The case was filed a few years ago by Suncoast Waterkeeper, Our Children’s Earth Foundation, and Ecological Rights Foundation.
Gulfport attorney Karen Keaton says notices about a class action lawsuit regarding funeral services with SCI and Neptune Society are indeed legit. Here’s the details of the suit and what it means if you received a notice.
Check out free Thanksgiving meals, tree lighting ceremonies, and a holiday musical comedy. Here’s your lineup of all things to do this Thanksgiving weekend.
From the little things to the big, here’s what fills some of our neighbors with gratitude.
James Schnur writes about how Tampa Bay could celebrate its Indian heritage every day – not just on Thanksgiving.
The City of St. Pete Beach recognizes the Thanksgiving holiday by closing services such as city offices, community center, the St. Pete Beach Public Library, and Freebee.
Check out how you can give back this holiday season with St. Pete Fools’ Toy and Bike Drive.
There’s a new Mexican restaurant in town with 301 tequilas and “world-famous” tacos. Here’s the Gabber’s review of The Drunken Taco.
Forget Thanksgiving. If you want an Indian to help you, look no further than the Seminole Tribe of Florida who, despite what one could gently describe as multiple setbacks, have recently helped 75 Tampa Bay nonprofits, with $10,000 each.
St. Pete Beach created the new Beach Manager position to help protect the beach and dune system.
Here’s how much homes and condos sold along South Pinellas Beaches, from Madeira Beach to Pass-a-Grille, sold for between Nov. 10 and Nov. 17.