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For now, no changes will be made to Pinellas County’s mask mandate

After hours of impassioned debate and discussion from residents, elected officials and medical experts, Pinellas County commissioners voted unanimously to extend the local state of emergency until September 25. They also declined to schedule a previously proposed public hearing to review the county’s mask mandate, opting to wait for additional guidance from medical professionals at the next commission meeting September 22.

Tech Data tackles Covid-19’s ‘female recession’

Tech Data tackles Covid-19’s ‘female recession’

Empathy, understanding grow as pandemic prompts new ways of doing business at Embarc Collective

Empathy, understanding grow as pandemic prompts new ways of doing business at Embarc Collective

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‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Jon and Monica Kile

Wednesday’s edition of The Catalyst Sessions connected St. Petersburg with Mackinac Island, Michigan, where Jon, Monica, James and Anna Kile were adventuring as part of their September RV trip through various United States. The quartet had just finished an eight-mile bicycle journey.

The kids (ages 10 and 7) are being officially homeschooled, every day in fact, but they’re also getting an up-close-and-personal history lesson as the family travels.

Welcome to Florida: Florida’s embassy in Washington, D.C.

Ep 33 – Sabine Van Aulock – Celebrate Outreach

City of St. Pete to launch Commercial Revitalization Program
Historian, author Ray Arsenault to retire from USF
Tampa’s Lumina partners with IBM
Tampa’s Fresco Foods gets U.S. Senate honors
Florida senators want to put time change on hold

Sep 17 @ 07:00 PM

League of Women Voters Pinellas County Commissioner Candidate Forum

Sep 17 @ 07:00 PM

The Catalyst Sessions: Kirk Adams

Sep 23 @ 06:00 PM

Innovation Fusion 2020

The Hustle

Dawn Waters

The Shuffle

Cynthia “Cindy” Schwarzkopf


The SparkPlug


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