The over four-hour meeting saw residents come out in droves to discuss the planned eviction of the Boca Ciega Yacht Club, which will return to a monthly city lease for now.
Need a life coach? Wide-eyed and playful, Sage is a 5-month-old kitten who is wise beyond her years.
Looking for something you saw in the paper this week? Take a look at the announcements from the April 8 issue of the Gabber.
These dogs won’t hunt…but they’ll make perfect friends! Dogwood and Redwood are most likely lost or abandoned hunting dogs, ready for a real home.
Those who have lost loved ones to COVID-19 since January 2020 can apply for financial assistance for funeral costs beginning April 12.
“Student of the Month” highlights some of our area’s brightest young minds, what they’re doing and where they’re going. Have a student you think deserves a mention? Email us!
A week after the brutal shooting and pleas from family for information, St. Petersburg Police arrested Tyron Jackasal for the murder of K’mia Simmons.
Videographer and graphic artist Dwight Mathis started drawing Dragon Ball Z comics in school and never looked back.
Marsha Warner, volunteer with the Gulfport Merchants Chamber and former manager of Gulfport’s Tuesday Fresh Market, died at her home on Sunday, March 28.
On Saturday, April 3, hundreds of kids scrambled to gather the plastic eggs hidden in plain sight in the Gulfport Recreation Center.
While the City of St. Petersburg has contributed some funds and the land, the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum relocation requires millions more.
As of Monday, April 5, all Pinellas residents ages 16 and older are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and there are multiple ways to get it.