Florida sets another COVID record over weekend

Tampa Bay Times reports Sunday July 5: Four Pinellas County hospitals were without any space in their intensive care units Saturday as Florida hit an all-time high for single-day coronavirus cases. Palms of Pasadena Hospital, St. Petersburg General Hospital, Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater and AdventHealth North Pinellas in Tarpon Springs had no beds for... Continue Reading →

Car stolen, others broken into

July 4 Hello Neighbors, Unfortunately we've had more criminal activity in the neighborhood this week. There was a vehicle stolen on Seagull and other thefts on that street. There were vehicle burglaries reported on Robin Road and Blue Heron. Please remember to keep your vehicles locked. Also, remind any construction workers, lawn service, pool service... Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Mask Orders: St. Pete and Pinellas

Starting Wednesday at 5 p.m., all people will be required to wear face coverings while in any indoor establishment in Pinellas County. The countywide ordinance will be active as long as a local emergency order remains in place. “We have been hearing from our doctors quite a bit,” Commissioner Dave Eggers said about the uptick... Continue Reading →

A Gulfport act of kindness

Posted on a neighborhood blog: Today, I wanted to share a beautiful act of kindness in Gulfport. As I was stopped at a pedestrian crosswalk I noticed an elderly woman with a walker gazing at the traffic and hesitating to cross. A Gulfport police officer walked up to the crosswalk and helped her across the... Continue Reading →

Need one? Have some? Here is where to go

One of our civic members, Tricia Heinzen, has made and given away about 200 face masks. She would be happy to make masks for anyone who needs them at no charge. You can email Tricia at tricia75gale@tampabay.rr.com with the number of masks you need and specify male/female and adult/child size. She will leave them in... Continue Reading →

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