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Making their pitch

Making their pitch

CLEARWATER — Traditionally, a father’s job is to share his wisdom with his children to help make their lives easier as they transition into adults.
Published: 06/19/15
City tables talk of development moratorium at U.S. 19 intersections

City tables talk of development moratorium at U.S. 19 intersections

CLEARWATER — A move by planning officials to place a moratorium on development projects at intersections along the U.S. 19 corridor in the city has been put on hold.
Published: 06/19/15

Consultant wanted to help plan future development

CLEARWATER — Any master plan to redevelop downtown, the Bluffs, marina waterfront and Coachman Park will be stymied by building and zoning restrictions in the city’s charter, officials predict.
Published: 06/16/15
Updated: 06/19/15
Clearwater graduate is burning up the professional racing circuit

Clearwater graduate is burning up the professional racing circuit

CLEARWATER — The entryway to the administration office at Clearwater High School doubles as a giant trophy case, with rows and rows of glass shelves filled with hardware highlighting the school’s many athletic accomplishments.
Updated one month ago

Now you can make it your way

CLEARWATER – Want a burger? Make it yourself.
Updated one month ago
Clearwater Christian College closes due to financial woes

Clearwater Christian College closes due to financial woes

CLEARWATER – Clearwater Christian College, a small liberal arts school on 138 waterfront acres at the west end of the Courtney Campbell Causeway, is closing.
Updated one month ago
Golf tourney raises money, awareness for Bombers

Golf tourney raises money, awareness for Bombers

CLEARWATER — Over more than 60 years of play, the Clearwater Bombers men’s fast-pitch softball team left its mark on the city.
Updated one month ago

Council gives police 90 days to negotiate revised red-light camera contract

CLEARWATER — Police officials have 90 days to negotiate a revised contract with the city’s red-light camera vendor, in an effort to protect the city from liability, before the council considers whether to extend the deal for another two...
Updated one month ago
Tornadoes get win, new coach

Tornadoes get win, new coach

CLEARWATER — Clearwater High School won the battle for the city’s football bragging rights on Friday night, and the team got a new head coach in the process.
Updated one month ago
Small boat city’s best kept historical secret

Small boat city’s best kept historical secret

SAND KEY — During Easter weekend, 32 youngsters came from all over the U.S. and Canada to participate in an “Optis” training camp at the Clearwater Community Sailing Center.
Updated one month ago