A circuit judge is rejecting a request to exhume human remains on the site of a now-defunct Panhandle reform school where an untold number of bodies were buried over a period of 60 years
Pinellas County didn't make the cut this year in an annual ranking of America's best beaches, but you won't hear tourism officials complaining.
The Yankees battered Roberto Hernandez in a 9-4 victory Friday night at Tropicana Field.
If you want to say goodbye to the old inverted pyramid, the clock is ticking. In anticipation, the Pier has packed its final weekend with celebratory events.
If you’re counting on a state hurricane grant to strengthen your home, it might be a longer wait than you anticipated.
So far, no cash has been granted. And already, more homeowners are in line than the state has money to dole out.
In Hillsborough and Pinellas counties, a cap on applications for home inspections - the first step in getting a grant - has been exceeded by more than 800.
The one-time grant program, approved by the Florida Legislature in spring, kicked off two months ago. It set aside $250 million to help homeowners pay for shutters, roof bracing and other improvements.
Many residents won’t get money unless the Legislature renews the program next year.
Posted by ROBBIE ROTH, NEW PORT RICHEY on 10/20 at 12:04 PM
HEY JOE PARKER; CHARLIE CRIST WAS THE INSURANCE COMMISIONER, AND AS “THE TOP COP” SAT AS HEAD OF THE BOARD THAT APPROVED ALL INSURANCE RATE INCREASES.
Posted by Joe Parker, Lakeland on 10/20 at 11:01 AM
To ROBBIE ROTH ...
And what exactly is the state’s top LAW ENFORCEMENT officer supposed to do about insurance rates? That logic is like blaming the dog-catcher when the sewer backs up.
I guess I’d rather be “blind” than ignorant.
Posted by Dorothy Cataldo, 315 Riverbay Dr, Tampa, Fl.33619 on 10/20 at 09:53 AM
That would be just fine! All good things come to those who wait!!!!
Posted by ROBBIE ROTH, NEW PORT RICHEY on 10/20 at 08:00 AM
OK NOW ALL YOU BLIND REPUBLICANS WHOS INSURANCE HAS GONE UP 2 OR 3 TIMES WHAT YOU PAID LAST YEAR, NEED TO REMEMBER THAT CHARLIE CRIST HAS BEEN IN TALLAHASSEE FOR 8 YEARS NOW. TIME FOR A CHANGE PEOPLE, TAKE THE BLINDERS OFF AND LOOK AT WHAT IS GOING ON.
Posted by ROBBIE ROTH, NEW PORT RICHEY on 10/20 at 07:39 AM
I SEE THAT PASCO COUNTY WILL ONLY GET 450 GRANTS. WHY BOTHER DOING IT AT ALL? AND, AGAIN THE PEOPLE RUNNING OUR STATE NEED TO ALL BE VOTED OUT. REMEMBER IF YOU KEEP DOING THINKS THE SAME WAY YOU WILL GET THE SAME RESULTS.
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