Clearwater Free Clinic Pediatric Program Sees Drop In Patients Amidst Pandemic
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Clearwater Seafoods Has Irreplaceable Assets And Is A Potential Buyout Target
(Oct 2020) Clearwater’s monopoly position in Arctic surf clams and offshore lobster is an irreplaceable asset. The company is working with First Nations to ensure social license to operate and raise cash.
Panthers push toward regionals
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City of Clearwater accepting applications for rent, mortgage and utility assistance
(Oct 2020) About seven months since the first coronavirus cases were reported in Florida, many are still being negatively impacted economically. In an effort to help those who still need help, Clearwater city
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(Oct 2020) Officials are promoting the safety benefits of a recently installed Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon on the Duke Energy Trail crossing.
Pinellas DOH offering free flu shots at 3 locations over 3 days
(Oct 2020) The Department of Health in Pinellas County is holding three “BooFlu” events to offer flu vaccines for free. The annual event is taking place at three different locations over three days this year.
Police: 5 people hurt in Clearwater crash
(Oct 2020) Five people are reportedly hurt in a multi-car crash in Clearwater. Officers are responding Monday afternoon to the area of Gulf-to-Bay Boulevard and U.S. Highway 19, according to the Clearwater
40 Under 40: Duggan Cooley, CEO, Pinellas Community Foundation
(Oct 2020) Through his tenure there, he honed skills in community leadership, advocacy, disaster management and nonprofit support. He then returned to Pinellas County as the CEO of the Pinellas Community