Restaurants See Big Crowds For Cinco De MayoMany restaurants are celebrating their first big Cinco De Mayo in more than two years because of the pandemic.
Governor DeSantis Announces Special Session For Property Insurance IssuesGovernor Ron DeSantis announced on Monday that state legislatures will hold a special session in May to discuss property insurance increases.
St. Petersburg Businesses See Increase In Customers On Rays Game DaysOne week after the Tampa Bay Rays had their opening game, local businesses are seeing a huge increase in customers!
Tampa Bay Churches Have Easter Festivities For First Time In Two YearsThis weekend, many churches are having Easter celebrations for the first time in over two years.
Free Admission To The Florida Holocaust Museum On April 28 In Observance Of Yom HaShoahThe Florida Holocaust Museum (The FHM) will have free admission on Thursday, April 28, 2022, in observance of Yom HaShoah.
Race Fans Flock to 2022 Firestone Grand Prix of St. PetersburgFriday morning kicked off the 2022 Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Folks there were off to the races bright and early.
Local Flower Shops Plan Ahead Because Of Supply Chain IssuesLocal flower shops are experiencing supply chain issues and staffing shortages, making future holidays more difficult to plan for.
Big Changes Could Be Coming to Downtown St. PetersburgAdvocates for pedestrian safety are looking to make considerable changes to St. Petersburg’s infrastructure in hopes it will bring pedestrian injury and fatality numbers down.
Remains Discovered Identified As Missing Person From 2016Deputies responded to Derby Lane, located at 10490 Gandy Boulevard, for a report of a missing person on December 27, 2016. Once Deputies arrived they were notified that 34-year-old Rang Truong fled on foot from his brother's vehicle and was unable to be located.
USF Researchers Spearhead Study to Identify, Address Systemic RacismLocal educators are being recognized for their efforts in academic research on structural racism. Experts at USF say with some of today’s most urgent educational and cultural needs comes a tunnel vision focus on the details of how to get that done.
Eckerd College Student Arrested For Making ThreatsA student at Eckerd College has been arrested for making a threatening statement through voicemail and texts to a person off-campus.
Local African American History Museum Starts Campaign To Move Into Bigger BuildingOn Tuesday, the mayor of St. Petersburg, Ken Welch, announced the city’s partnership with the museum and campaign.
St. Pete Mayor, Ken Welch, Welcomes The First Day Of Black History MonthMayor Welch, who is the city's first black mayor, raised the Woodson flag over city hall in honor of Black History Month.
St. Petersburg City Council Passes New Measures For Affordable HousingTo address the affordable housing issue, on Thursday, the St. Petersburg City Council approved to put $750,000 towards the contemporary housing alternatives of Florida Inc.
Local Puppies Making Their Debut At The Puppy Bowl XVIIIThree local puppies will make their national television debut next month when they take the field for Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl XVIII. Rescue dogs Maisie, Billie and Jenna are with local animal rescue group Compassion Kind of St. Petersburg. Billie will star in the starting lineup. Masie will come in off the bench. Both dogs will play for Team Ruff. Featured as a cheerleader for Team Fluff is sweet pup Jenna.