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One of our neighbors on Dolphin Blvd had a package stolen from her porch a few days ago. She knows it was delivered but it was gone by the time she got home. With the holidays around the corner, there will be a lot of opportunity for these porch pirates. Just be aware and maybe... Continue Reading →
The growth in school-based cases of coronavirus is accelerating. Cases are appearing in clusters, with almost as many being reported among staff as there are among students. As children often do not exhibit symptoms, there could be many more student cases than the schools know about. Pinellas County: There were five cases at Osceola Fundamental High... Continue Reading →
Participating storefronts in four neighborhoods (Gulfport’s Beach and Shore Blvds., Corey Avenue on St. Pete Beach, The Deuces in St. Petersburg, and John’s Pass) will allow kids to paint a poster-sized rectangle of window (pre-marked with tape.) Participating young artists, kindergarten through senior year, will paint Halloween-themed art within the square. Free for all kids... Continue Reading →
What was formerly known as the Third Saturday Art Walk has also had a makeover: Third Saturday IndieFaire, an outdoor market featuring an array of art, jewelry, plants, crafts and pottery with street food and live music, which will debut on October 17.
Hello Neighbors, My term is up and this will be my last President's letter. What a year we are having, and we still have another quarter to go! Back in February, those "draconian measures" overseas, were soon to be deemed necessary here, when you added the caveat "out of an abundance of caution". Masks and social... Continue Reading →
By the numbers: Nationwide, the U.S. averaged roughly 43,000 cases per day during the past week — essentially unchanged from the week before. The number of new daily infections rose in 25 states, spanning every region of the country. New Mexico recorded the biggest spike, at over 50%.That broad, nationwide increase was offset by continued progress... Continue Reading →
The ballot for new board members was originally going to be mailed because we couldn't vote in person. We didn't have any new nominations, so we are not going to the expense or labor to get these out. We are not having a vote because as you can see, all board members are running unopposed.... Continue Reading →
We are hearing from the neighborhood association across 22nd AVE S from us that they had a bunch of car break-ins in the last few days. We also know of one in the last few days on Royal Palm. The one thing all of these seem to have in common is they were unlocked cars.... Continue Reading →
Gun stealing from unlocked cars in the St. Petersburg area is on the rise, according to St. Pete police. Police in both the city and county are pleading with you not to allow your car to be a "gun safe." In 2019, there were 211 guns stolen from cars in St. Pete, officials told Patch.... Continue Reading →