There have been three recent fatal car accidents involving pedestrians and a bicyclist on 49th Street North in Pinellas Park and Lealman.
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Many cities have landmarks that help to define their image. Obvious examples include the Gateway Arch in St. Louis and, closer to home, the Gulfport Casino. St. Petersburg’s downtown piers have also filled this role. Twenty-one years ago, the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) installed Pinellas Park’s peculiar pipe that became an unattractive distraction and […]
A Pinellas Park pedestrian died after a car struck her while crossing 49th Street in Pinellas Park on the night of Oct. 3.
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Pinellas Park closed its dog park at Freedom Lake Park July 17. The dog parks will re-open July 31, with some improvements.
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On May 6, Pinellas Park Police arrested 15-year-old male after allegedly posting a social media threat to shoot up Pinellas Park High School.
The Pinellas Park Police Department said one person died and another was injured in a shooting at the Boardwalk Apartments on 102nd Avenue near 66th Street.
Dropped and abandoned 911 calls are a challenge for emergency agencies across Florida and the U.S. While some of the abandoned calls never make to dispatch centers, other calls— whether they are accidental or might stem from old phones or telecom system issues — require callbacks.
Pinellas Park police said officers responded to the deadly crash at 7:39 p.m. on U.S. 19 near Gateway Centre Boulevard.