LARGO — A 43-year-old man was arrested Wednesday after detectives found thousands of child pornography images and videos on his laptop.
CLEARWATER — Firefighters responded Thursday to a small blaze at the G Spot, a self-described gentleman's club.
PALM HARBOR — A month after a 2-year-old boy drowned in a neighbor's pool, public safety officials will go door-to-door beginning at 10:15 a.m. today with pool and swim safety information.
TARPON SPRINGS — The City Commission is holding the first public hearing at 6:30 p.m, Sept. 6 at City Hall, 324 E Pine St., for the proposed budget for the upcoming year.
DUNEDIN — City officials have noticed a rise in unsafe golf cart practices.
SAFETY HARBOR — At a public workshop Monday, city officials plan to gather feedback concerning medical marijuana treatment center dispensing facilities in Safety Harbor. Discussion will include whether to allow them and regulations. It will be held at 6 p.m. inside City Hall, 750 Main St.
SAFETY HARBOR — Although a move-in date is months away, representatives for the U.S. Postal Service recently signed the lease for the city's new post office.
Pinellas County will start routine water treatment maintenance that may result in a difference in the taste and smell of water.
SAFETY HARBOR — A green grocery store, a hardware store, restaurants, boutiques and multi-use buildings are all wanted downtown, according to discussion at a community redevelopment workshop held last week. And to bring them to the Main Street district, city commissioners, led by Mayor Joe Ayoub, gave City Manager …
CLEARWATER — A 26-year-old Clearwater woman faces charges of causing injuries to another while police say she was driving under the influence during a crash on the Courtney Campbell Causeway early Thursday morning.
DUNEDIN — Nothing has been more divisive in this city than the issue of paid parking.
DUNEDIN — A 57-year-old man was arrested Wednesday, accused of intentionally downloading child pornography, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office said.
School district prepares for Monday's eclipse
CLEARWATER — North of Clearwater Beach, beyond the last brown beach house, where the mangroves jut nearly out to the sea, lies seclusion.
CLEARWATER — Nearly $40 million in taxes paid by visitors in hotels, motels and other overnight rentals will help fund five major Pinellas County projects over the next three years.