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Work on a 'gateway' to St. Pete's Pier District will mean a six-month street closure downtown

Work on a 'gateway' to St. Pete's Pier District will mean a six-month street closure downtown

The $1.7 million project will create a pedestrian connection to the Pier District, which is expected to reach a total cost of $92 million.
Published: 07/18/19
Caddy's, residents settle dispute over restaurant noise. St. Pete Beach location to open soon.

Caddy's, residents settle dispute over restaurant noise. St. Pete Beach location to open soon.

After legal action and a work stoppage, renovations will resume at Caddy's St. Pete Beach, which agreed to limit noise and access along the water.
Published: 07/18/19
New St. Petersburg police unit helps homeless by getting to know them

New St. Petersburg police unit helps homeless by getting to know them

It takes time to build a rapport with those living on the street or in the woods. That's how the new Police Assisting the Homeless unit, or PATH, is slowly making inroads.
Published: 07/18/19
A pedestrian killed. A sergeant injured. Stolen cars still haunt St. Petersburg.

A pedestrian killed. A sergeant injured. Stolen cars still haunt St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg police Chief Tony Holloway is frustrated that teen-fueled auto thefts is still taking its toll.
Published: 07/16/19
Updated: 07/17/19
Firefighters respond to gas leak on Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg

Firefighters respond to gas leak on Central Avenue in downtown St. Petersburg

There were no reports of injuries.
Published: 07/16/19
Brothers arrested in connection with Sunday St. Pete shooting

Brothers arrested in connection with Sunday St. Pete shooting

Darrell Simmons Jr., 31, was in critical condition after the shooting.
Published: 07/16/19
Editorial cartoons for Tuesday from Times wire services.
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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday from Times wire services.

Editorial cartoons for Tuesday from Times wire services.
Published: 07/15/19
Pinellas Juvenile Welfare Board selects new CEO

Pinellas Juvenile Welfare Board selects new CEO

Beth Houghton, who is currently the head of the St. Petersburg Free Clinic, will take over the board, which has a $93.4 million annual budget.
Published: 07/15/19
Suspect in DUI charged with striking deputy, nurse at emergency room, Sheriff's Office says

Suspect in DUI charged with striking deputy, nurse at emergency room, Sheriff's Office says

Deputies believe the man was drunk when he crashed into another vehicle on the Treasure Island Causeway.
Published: 07/15/19
Hooper: Punitive immigration policy heavy on politics, light on compassion
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Hooper: Punitive immigration policy heavy on politics, light on compassion

The inhumane treatment of migrants is what's under attack. America can do better.
Published: 07/15/19