Three local governments, three ideas on ‘back to normal’

The mantra of getting “back to normal” amid the Covid-19 pandemic is playing out in different ways across local governments.

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St. Pete X Podcast: Arnie Bellini, Founder & Senior Advisor of ConnectWise

On returning: Arnie Bellini talks building ConnectWise, the effort to create 77,000 jobs in Tampa Bay and his passion for saving wild Florida

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Arts Alliance to offer free online grant-writing seminar

Partnering with the city’s Office of Cultural Affairs and Grow Smarter initiative, the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance will present an online grant-writing seminar Tuesday, April 28.

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ICYMI: Impact Catalyst Episode 6: Brother John Muhammad

Brother John Muhammad of the Community Development and Training Center joins St. Pete Catalyst publisher Joe Hamilton in the studio.

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‘Catalyst Sessions’ recap: Pete Merrigan

Pete Merrigan opened Friday’s Catalyst Sessions with a song looking back on the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, when he and his fellow musicians were kings of the Pinellas County beaches...

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Pinellas Covid-19 Cases by Zip Code



ICYMI: New report shows racial disparities in Pinellas, Hillsborough Covid-19 cases

The Florida Department of Health is now reporting the race and ethnicity of Covid-19 coronavirus victims in each of the state’s counties.

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ICYMI: Roundup: Dynasty cooks for a cause, where the jobs are, local deals amid an M&A slowdown

Today’s roundup has news from Dynasty Financial Partners, Tampa Bay Partnership and Hyde Park Capital.

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PNC Bank

Community Voices

Community Voices: There’s still time to save ‘The State’

"Since it was bought and closed, I have been anxiously awaiting its reopening and preparing to welcome it back as a much needed, reinvigorated venue for our music scene and nightlife. Now, I am worried. With this new name, branding, vision, I am worried for what may have been lost forever."

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ICYMI: Pinellas commissioners agree to cash relief for small businesses, the unemployed

Pinellas County commissioners have approved the broad outlines of a program that would give cash assistance to small businesses in the county as well as individuals who have been hurt by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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