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Ballots go out to military, overseas voters for November election

Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections Deborah Clark has mailed a total of 2,696 ballots for the Nov. 4 general election to absent military and overseas voters.
Published: 09/25/14
‘Dolphin Tale 2’ swims to second at weekend box office charts

‘Dolphin Tale 2’ swims to second at weekend box office charts

It took a murderous escaped convict to defeat a pair of dolphin buddies at movie theaters last weekend.
Published: 09/18/14
Woman starts Clearwater Beach-based tourist transport service

Woman starts Clearwater Beach-based tourist transport service

CLEARWATER BEACH — Have you ever been away on vacation and felt like you wanted to explore the area, but you didn’t know where to go or what to do outside the immediate vicinity of your hotel?
Published: 09/18/14
Clearwater Kosher grocery answers to a higher authority

Clearwater Kosher grocery answers to a higher authority

Gazette correspondent
Published: 09/18/14
City council to hear revised changes to hotel plans on Clearwater Beach

City council to hear revised changes to hotel plans on Clearwater Beach

CLEARWATER — A decade later, plans for a resort hotel on a 2.75-acre lot on Clearwater Beach shows signs of moving forward.
Published: 09/18/14
Contracts with chamber, Jolley Trolley expected to be approved

Contracts with chamber, Jolley Trolley expected to be approved

CLEARWATER — The city council is expected tonight to approve by consent agenda contract extensions for the beach visitor center and Jolley Trolley service.
Published: 09/18/14
Clearwater Police to collect unwanted prescription medication

Clearwater Police to collect unwanted prescription medication

CLEARWATER — Clearwater Police will be collecting unused prescription medication on Sept. 27 in the parking lot of Westfield Countryside Mall.
Published: 09/17/14

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Reception for Bondi planned
Published: 09/18/14
Entrees, appetizers add up to generous donation for Operation Homefront

Entrees, appetizers add up to generous donation for Operation Homefront

TAMPA — The first Taste Freedom campaign, a nine-week fund drive sponsored by Brick House Tavern + Tap, raised $136,230 for Operation Homefront.
Published: 09/18/14
Officials release healed manatee back into the wild

Officials release healed manatee back into the wild

An adult male manatee rescued from the Tomoka River in Ormond Beach last February has been returned to the river, more than 250 pounds heavier after a sojourn at SeaWorld’s rehabilitation facility in Orlando.
Published: 09/18/14

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