St. Petersburg has unveiled a new composting program today ran by the sanitation department. Composting is the natural process of recycling organic material. The organic material is formed into usable fertilizer, reducing the need for chemical fert
Tampa International Airport has begun work on a project designed to make things easier on air passengers who travel light.
Tampa Bay Wave’s TechDiversity accelerator program is a national accelerator designed to take early-stage tech companies to the next level.
Last month, the St. Petersburg City Council approved the City of St. Petersburg’s appointment of former assistant Pinellas County administrator James Dates to the embattled St. Petersburg Housing Authority Board of Directors.
ST. PETERSBURG — Creating an entirely new app or website from scratch may sound like a massive undertaking, but if a group of sixth graders can achieve it, anything’s possible.
TALLAHASSEE — On March 20, some of St. Pete’s finest took over the state capitol. More than 50 of the Sunshine City’s community leaders, entrepreneurs and caring citizens advocated for issues affecting our growing town.
ST. PETERSBURG — At Empath Health, we value diversity and inclusion in our workforce, community and care.
Gulf Coast Academy's noncompliance with a state school safety law has left the entire school district out of compliance.
The training program will provide jobs for locals at $14 an hour.
Attend St. Petersburg College’s Health Sciences & Veterinary Technology Open House and Student Success Showcase event and learn more about the simulation center for nursing education:
In the year since Todd Myers moved GoZone WiFi LLC from south Florida to downtown St. Petersburg, the software firm has grown at an explosive rate.
The college has been charged with teaching faculty and staff in Florida's public schools to recognize students with mental health issues
Drivers in St. Petersburg may notice a little splash of color to the city's police cruisers this October.
The University Mall isn’t bustling on weekday afternoons. But it’s not deserted, either.
Last Saturday, the center held a groundbreaking celebration on a 10,000 square-foot building that will open its doors in April.
A nearby warehouse will store the large statue until it finds a new home.
The historic Vinoy Renaissance Resort & Golf Club in downtown St. Petersburg was sold to SCG Hospitality LLC last week, and now we've got an idea of how much it cost.
The City of St. Petersburg revealed the second part of its conceptual redevelopment plan of Tropicana Field during “The Tropicana Master Plan – Scenario 2” community meeting, held Monday, Aug. 6 at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg.
Any Burg native knows Atwater’s and knows the name is synonymous with St. Pete’s history of delicious soul food.