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Rumba offers savory flavors

Rumba offers savory flavors

After a steamy summer, the cool breeze of October feels wonderful and tousles the hair as diners relax on the sunset patio of Rumba Island Bar & Grill in Clearwater.
Published: 10/16/14
Amputee children sail past limitations at Pirate Camp

Amputee children sail past limitations at Pirate Camp

SAND KEY — Sixty youngsters were among the participants of the third annual Pirate Camp of the Never Say Never Foundation at the Clearwater Community Sailing Center last Sunday.
Published: 10/16/14
Jazz festival starts four-day groove tonight

Jazz festival starts four-day groove tonight

CLEARWATER — The sounds of some of the nation’s greatest jazz artists have drifted over the waters of Clearwater Harbor annually for more than three decades at the city’s outdoor jazz festival.
Published: 10/16/14

Donate unwanted household items to Hospice

CLEARWATER — Officials with the Suncoast Hospice Resale Shoppes will be collecting unwanted small household goods at four Pinellas County Tax Collector offices this month.
Published: 10/16/14
Horseshoe club to host memorial, anniversary next month

Horseshoe club to host memorial, anniversary next month

The Clearwater Horseshoe club will be hosting the Paul Kurleman Memorial and celebrating the club’s 40 years at Ed Wright Park on Nov. 1. The ceremony of the club’s anniversary will begin at 8:30 a.m.
Published: 10/16/14

Angling action heats up as cooler fall weather arrives

It’s here. The fall weather that seemed so long in coming is here, and with it the fishing that seemed so far away during the long, hot, dog days of summer.
Published: 10/16/14
Think you know the story of Clearwater? Think again…

Think you know the story of Clearwater? Think again…

James Stevens often stood on his 160 acres of land and gazed upon Clearwater Harbor.
Published: 10/09/14
Updated: 10/10/14
‘It’s taking care of people’s dreams’

‘It’s taking care of people’s dreams’

ISLAND ESTATES — Ever wondered what it would be like to swim alongside Winter the dolphin?
Published: 10/09/14
Teeing up a bit of history

Teeing up a bit of history

Arnold Palmer steps onto the tee, hitches his pants, glances toward the distant green and then crunches a towering drive far down the fairway. Sam Snead does the same, followed by Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Bobby Jones and every other tournament-playin...
Published: 10/09/14

Sculpture for fire station approved by narrow margin

CLEARWATER — The city council last week voted 3-2 to approve the purchase and installation of a $106,950 chandelier-type sculpture, comprised of fire hoses and blown glass spheres, to adorn the lobby of downtown Fire Station 45....
Published: 10/09/14

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