St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and Chief of Police Anthony Holloway announced this week some major changes to police response in the city starting October 1. The City of St. Petersburg Police Department will create a new division within the police department called the Community Assistance Liaison, to expand our
As protesters take to the street and Florida reopens many businesses, the rise in coronavirus testing has led to more positive cases and prompted St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman to announce the city will mandate that employees wear face masks in all businesses in the city beginning Friday. “Don’t expect to receive
The Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg has been rescheduled to October 23-25. Officials from the City of St. Petersburg, Green Savoree St. Petersburg, LLC (GSSP) and INDYCAR confirmed the change in schedule today. Originally set for March 13-15, the race will now be the last of the season, resulting
Three-day music festival, presented by Funky Buddha Brewery, will bring more than 35 BMI songwriters to venues throughout Downtown St. Pete It’s an invitation to experience the stories behind the music that we love. This November, Cox Media Group and BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) will partner to host the first-ever Downtown
While voters will take to the polls in Pinellas, Manatee and Polk counties to cast ballots for mayor and/or various referendums, the big race in the area is in St. Pete: Rick Kriseman, the mayor of St. Petersburg versus the former mayor Rick Baker taking back the office. The two candidates have raised $2.6 million
St. Petersburg Mayor, Rick Kriseman has declared the Pinellas County community a sanctuary city in response to President Trump’s plans to crackdown on immigration. “While our county sheriff’s office is ultimately responsible for notifying the federal government about individuals who are here illegally, I have no hesitation in declaring St.
Citizens are encouraged to participate in shaping the redevelopment vision of the 85-acre Tropicana Field site master plan. The City of St. Petersburg is hosting two community meetings to engage public discussion – July 18, 2016 at The Coliseum and July 19, 2016 at Campbell Park Recreation Center, both at