Rene Flowers was the winner in the Democratic primary for the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners District 7 race.
In the race for the Pinellas County School Board seat that Flowers is vacating, former St. Petersburg City Council member and businessman Karl Nurse and Caprice Edmond, a science coach and lab teacher at Fairmount Park Elementary, were the top two vote-getters and will go head-to-head in a run-off election in November.
Electric scooters could be hitting the streets of St. Petersburg as soon as September, providing residents and visitors with a fun, adventurous and Instagrammable option for getting around town.
City council will vote Thursday to approve agreements with two scooter operators, Razor and Veo. The agreements will pave the way for the operators to set up, manage, operate and maintain the city’s scooter share program.
The St. Petersburg Arts Alliance's SHINE Mural Festival has come a long way in its six years, coordinator Jenee Priebe said Tuesday on The Catalyst Sessions.
There are close to 600 artistically-minded murals in St. Pete (in other words, art for art’s sake, not large-scale advertising). Allthough not all of them were created through SHINE, the ones that were came from many of the best-known local, regional, national and international artists, painting right there, in real time, on St. Petersburg walls.