A 2014 trade mission to Chile by St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and then-Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn is cited in a new national report as an example of how regions should collaborate to grow their global business interests.
Work begins Monday to turn downtown St. Petersburg streets into a temporary race track, as organizers gear up for the 2020 Firestone Grand Prix.
The St. Petersburg City Council Thursday approved a resolution setting this year’s race dates — Friday, March 13 through Sunday, March 15. It’s the 16th year St. Petersburg has hosted the race, which draws worldwide media attention to the city.
There are several notables about this year’s race, Kevin Savoree, president and CEO of Savoree Green Racing Promotions, told the City Council.
In 2019, Feeding Tampa Bay rescued and distributed 50 million meals. On any given day, Feeding Tampa Bay’s 40 trucks are traveling throughout the 10-county area, “rescuing” food that would otherwise be thrown away, from retail partners like grocery stores and even farmers themselves.
You may not have Neverne Covington’s art hanging on your living room wall, but there’s a good chance it’s on the bookshelf, in the garage … or even behind the door marked “Crisper” in the refrigerator.
Habitat for Humanity of Pinellas and West Pasco celebrated the dedication of its 600th home in Largo’s Ridgecrest neighborhood Thursday and announced the launch of its new website, www.habitatpwp.org, developed in partnership with local marketing firm Stevie & Fern.