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Florida Woman Leaves Dog in Hot Car While Attending Meeting

Published   Jun 12, 2024 02:56PM
A woman has been charged with animal cruelty after leaving a dog in a hot car in St. Petersburg, Florida. The 24-year-old was arrested on Monday, June 10, after admitting to leaving the canine in the parked car.

Dog left in hot car in St. Petersburg, woman facing charges

As the temperatures soar, leaving pets in vehicles becomes riskier and can prove fatal. A woman has been accused of leaving a dog behind in a hot car while she attended a community meeting at City Hall in St. Petersburg, Florida. The worst part is that ... Read more

Fairgrounds St. Pete expands and rebrands as FloridaRAMA

Fairgrounds St. Pete, an immersive art experience in St. Petersburg, Florida, is expanding and rebranding to become FloridaRAMA.

FloridaRAMA now includes a new bar, and will soon add a new cafe. The attraction has also opened a free art ... Read more

Here’s how to save on disaster supplies this hurricane sea

Florida’s hurricane season is just getting started, and state leaders say now is the time to prepare.

The disaster preparedness sales tax holiday runs until June 14, meaning consumers can stock up on eligible supplies like portable rad ... Read more

Review: Hunxo turns in short, tenacious, set for St. Pete [P

“When is Hunxho coming on?”That’s what fans kept asking security in St. Petersburg last Thursday night as Billboard-charting artist Hunxo brought his first North American tour to Jannus Live Although relatively new to the music industry, the 24 ... Read more

St. Petersburg Launches ‘Safe Summer’ Block Party And Friday Event Series

Published   Jun 05, 2024 01:34PM
St. Petersburg, Florida

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – Neighborhood Health and Safety is one of St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch’s key Pillars for Progress. St. Pete’s ‘Safe Summer’ activities will help keep all children safe all summer long.

“A ‘Safe Summer’ is defined as one where residents in the community take the initiative to be active in neighborhood projects and programs,” said Lisa Wheeler-Bowman, the City’s Community Impact and Safety Liaison. “St. Pete residents are encouraged to be vigilant and ... Read more

First of its kind partnership with Historic Kenwood neighbor

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (WFTS) — The beach, downtown, a quick trip to the mall— the residents in one St. Pete neighborhood now have unlimited access through public transportation to any of those locations and more.

"I live along the Sun ... Read more

Op-ed: A case threatening First Amendment rights about to go

An important case threatening the First Amendment right of all Americans to criticize their government will go to trial this September in a federal courtroom in Tampa, Florida, with barely any attention from the mainstream news media. The defendants ... Read more

No. 5 on the list of Tampa Bay’s Most Powerful Politicians

Five U.S. House members directly serve Tampa Bay in Congress, and four are part of the GOP majority. Yet, members of Florida Politics’ panel of political insiders chose U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor as the most powerful federal official in the region.
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