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Dunedin to kick twice-a-week garbage pickup to the curb

DUNEDIN — Next year, the city will begin following a growing trend toward once-a-week trash pickup instead of twice a week.
Published: 08/28/14
Harborside Studio event attracts attention for UPARC

Harborside Studio event attracts attention for UPARC

SAFETY HARBOR — Hundreds of patrons packed Syd Entel Galleries downtown last Thursday night for the sixth annual “Special Art By Special Hands” event.
Published: 08/28/14
Yandel to headline Hispanic Heritage Concert

Yandel to headline Hispanic Heritage Concert

CLEARWATER — Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Yandel will headline the city’s annual Maxima Hispanic Heritage Concert on Oct. 12 at Coachman Park in downtown Clearwater.
Published: 08/28/14
Neighbors protest alleged removal of sea oats on Eldorado Avenue

Neighbors protest alleged removal of sea oats on Eldorado Avenue

CLEARWATER BEACH — For the second year in a row, local police and state officials have been called to the north Clearwater Beach area following a report that a homeowner was removing coastal vegetation.
Published: 08/28/14
Clearwater Marine Aquarium unveils streamlined plans

Clearwater Marine Aquarium unveils streamlined plans

CLEARWATER — When Clearwater Marine Aquarium officials said they would cut costs significantly for a new downtown facility originally estimated at $160 million, they really meant it.
Published: 08/28/14
A club that’s come far

A club that’s come far

Years ago I sat at the dais of a yacht club as that night’s speaker. Next to me was the club’s commodore, a 70-something fellow with wispy white hair, a well-fed belly and clad in an impeccable white maritime blazer replete with a blue ...
Published: 08/28/14
Dunedin to feature three dolphins along Main Street

Dunedin to feature three dolphins along Main Street

DUNEDIN — The city moved forward last week with plans to participate in the Dolphins Trail, an art project inspired by Winter the movie star dolphin, who lost her tail to a crab trap line and ended up putting Clearwater Marine Aquarium on the ...
Published: 08/28/14
‘Street view’ goes undersea to map reefs, wonders

‘Street view’ goes undersea to map reefs, wonders

ISLAMORADA, Fla. — It’s easy to go online and get a 360-degree, ground-level view of almost any street in the United States and throughout the world. Soon, scientists hope people will be able to do the same with coral reefs and other un...
Published: 08/28/14
Anglers dodging showers, finding snook and redfish

Anglers dodging showers, finding snook and redfish

Anclote Bait and Tackle, (727) 945-1808: Capt. Griff says not much has changed over the past week. Anglers continue to dodge rain showers in search of fish, finding some snook inside the Anclote River and along the mangroves on the coast, as most of ...
Published: 08/28/14

Officials warns residents of e-mail scam

STATEWIDE — The Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers released a warning for all residents to be aware of fraudulent e-mails impersonating the clerks’ offices across the state. This newest round of scams comes in the form of an e-mail ref...
Published: 08/28/14

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