St. Pete Shines Bright as One of the Happiest Towns in the US.
Here is a summary of the Raise Up Forum at the Shore Acres Rec Center for a community uplifting event focused on home enhancement opportunities in our area.
I275: After enduring a closure that spanned more than a year, local commuters can finally breathe a sigh of relief as the Fourth Street entrance ramp to northbound Interstate I275 has officially reopened.
Rays New Stadium: Anticipation builds as the Rays are set to reveal significant details this Tuesday about the new stadium in downtown St. Petersburg.
Riviera Bay Infrastructure Upgrade to Ensure Safety. A substantial leak, detected about a month ago, has necessitated the fast-tracking of efforts to replace and upgrade the entire line.
Florida’s historic Derby Lane pivots from dog racing after Amendment 13, turning challenges into opportunities! Now hosting poker games, simulcast & horse races.
Free Weekend Camps: our city’s quick response and show of support, families affected by Hurricane Idalia in St. Petersburg can find some relief and a bit of normalcy in the midst of the recovery process.
Stay updated on Hurricane Idalia as it approaches Florida. Latest status, projected path, and essential safety tips to prepare for the storm. Stay informed, stay prepared, and stay safe during Tropical Storm Idalia.
Last Friday, Aug. 18, an unexpected break in one of the sewage lines resulted in 600 gallons of wastewater pouring into Riviera Bay.
St. Petersburg is not only a sunny haven for its human residents but its also a Pet-Friendly Haven. As highlighted in a recent study by WalletHub, the charming Florida city clinches the third position among the most pet-friendly cities in the U.S.