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Connecting Clearwater

Connecting Clearwater

‘Sunsets on the Roof’ returns to Main Library
Published: 10/23/14
Congressman Jolly opens third district office

Congressman Jolly opens third district office

CLEARWATER — Congressman David Jolly (FL-13) last week opened a third district office in the Northside Square, 29275 U.S. Highway 19 N.
Published: 10/23/14
Pier 60 Park enhancement project begins with military flag plaza

Pier 60 Park enhancement project begins with military flag plaza

CLEARWATER — The first phase of a $510,000 capital improvement project at Pier 60 Park, a popular destination for locals and tourists, got underway last week.
Published: 10/23/14
Bow-Wows and Barkoween

Bow-Wows and Barkoween

Gazette correspondent
Published: 10/23/14
City plans Veteran’s Day ceremony for Capitol Theatre ‘Wall of Honor’

City plans Veteran’s Day ceremony for Capitol Theatre ‘Wall of Honor’

CLEARWATER — A ceremony to dedicate an historical wall with names of local World War I veterans that was uncovered during the 2013 reconstruction of the city-owned Capitol Theatre will be held at 9 a.m. Nov. 11 at the Main Library, 100 N. Osce...
Published: 10/23/14
Beached whale on Indian Shores beach euthanized

Beached whale on Indian Shores beach euthanized

INDIAN SHORES — Wildlife officials had to euthanized an ill whale that was beached last week on Indian Shores beach.
Published: 10/23/14
Urban farming is on the menu at Pinellas County Extension

Urban farming is on the menu at Pinellas County Extension

LARGO — The recent demand for backyard chickens by residents in a several communities, prompted the Pinellas County Extension to offer an introductory workshop on how to raise these backyard birds.
Published: 10/23/14
Beach events to fete stone crabs

Beach events to fete stone crabs

CLEARWATER BEACH — To celebrate the recent opening of the Florida stone crab season that began Oct. 15, two landmark Clearwater Beach restaurants are hosting festivities.
Published: 10/23/14

Seniors are good for the Florida economy

Baby boomers and their elders, the World War II generation, are vital supporters of the Florida economy.
Published: 10/23/14
Pompano have arrived at Anclote power plant outfall canal

Pompano have arrived at Anclote power plant outfall canal

Pier 60, (727) 462-6466: Kelli says anglers are having their way with mackerel, which have been biting well when a school moves by. Fair numbers of flounder are being caught by those using shrimp on the sandy bottom patches. Trout fishing has been go...
Published: 10/23/14

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