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St. Pete, FL Coronavirus Updates & News For February 24
(Feb 2021) Latest coronavirus headlines from St. Pete, Pinellas County and across Florida: Spring Break Could Be Virus Superspreader Event In Florida ; Tickets For Rays Spring Training 2021 Go On Sale Soon ;
Ruth’s List Florida backs Darden Rice for St. Pete Mayor
(Feb 2021) Rice would be the first St. Pete Mayor to serve under its strong Mayor form of government. St. Petersburg City Council member Darden Rice got a key, but not all that unsurprising, nod from Ruth’s List
Equality Florida Action PAC backs Gina Driscoll in St. Petersburg Council race
(Feb 2021) Equality Florida Action PAC is endorsing incumbent Gina Driscoll as she seeks a second term on the St. Petersburg City Council. The PAC, which is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to
How this St. Petersburg professor and son still bonded on a failed hike on the Florida Trail
(Feb 2021) Using the Florida Trail guide, I had mapped out a string of campsites, facilities, and cool sites to see. I organized like a parent in desperate need of control. I set up this hike because nothing
Reggae Rise Up Florida postpones St. Pete festival a third time
(Feb 2021) A month before Reggae Rise Up Florida was supposed to return to Vinoy Park, safety concerns have forced the festival to push back the date for a third time. Reggae Rise Up Florida is now scheduled to
$20M Sarasota Estate, $3 M St. Pete Mansion: FL Wow Homes
(Feb 2021) Tampa luxury living with celebrity history, gorgeous Redington Beach home and a cabin estate on 30 acres of land with a hangar.
COVID-19: How Cases in the Tampa-St. Petersburg
(Feb 2021) The U.S. reported over 64,000 new cases of coronavirus on Feb. 17, bringing the total count to more than 27,400,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19. There have been more than 470,000 COVID-19-related