The Jan. 10 report, released to the Tampa Bay Times on Friday, said the rapidly growing numbers of cases is stressing the staffing of hospitals. It continued to place Florida in the red zone for its numbers of new cases and said that 11 percent of the state’s hospitals are reporting a staffing shortage, a slight increase... Continue Reading →
From Tampa Bay Times Monday: Dozens of parents at Lakewood High and, to a lesser extent, Pinellas Park High, removed their children from the campuses early Monday amid unsubstantiated threats that a shooter planned to kill “at least 30 people,” all of whom would be Black. Although the social media message that circulated late Sunday... Continue Reading →
Gulf Beach Cleaners has been in business since 1937, the same family all that time. Originally a tailor shop, they started cleaning linens in the 1940s from the very first hotels that began appearing on St. Pete Beach. Shortly after that they purchased their first dry cleaning machine and opened the doors to the general... Continue Reading →
We have our four Annual Christmas Light Contest winers. Our four winners each get a $25 gift card prize. Thanks for being such great neighbors and for making this such a lovely place to live, especially in this season. The Peters' 1507 Seagull The Eyde's 1870 Sailfish Cheryl Ballard 1863 Sailfish The Sharbaughs 1900 Dolphin
Individual adults with adjusted gross income on their 2019 tax returns of up to $75,000 a year would receive a $600 payment, heads of household making up to $112,500 and a couple (or someone whose spouse died in 2020) earning up to $150,000 a year would get twice that amount. If they have dependent children, they would... Continue Reading →
President: Ron Gicka Vice President: Shiela Eveland Treasurer: Joan Muth Recording Secretary: Laurie Thompson Corresponding Secretary: George Eveland Membership: George Eveland Past President: Dave Muth
Tropical storm ETA beached a handful of boats that the city had to pay to move. A city spokesman said for the former captains of these ships to get the boats off the beach it would have cost about $4,000 dollars. That’s money they didn’t have, so they turned it over to the city. WFLA... Continue Reading →
He was found wandering around Villas del Verde Wednesday at noon. Nice people spotted him and took him to the Gulfport Animal Clinic where the techs scanned him and found a chip, but the info was outdated. Through vigilance, they found the owner and Harry is back home. GREAT JOB everyone.