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Families from across Tampa Bay helped plant sea oats and celebrate 50 years at Fort De Soto on Saturday. Did you go? Share your photos with us!
Police & Fire
St. Pete Police helped collect unused prescription drugs as part of the semi-annual Operation Medicine Cabinet event on Saturday.
St. Petersburg Police say the woman called 911 after stabbing her boyfriend in the chest Saturday morning.
Share your favorite photos of The Pier with Patch readers and enter a contest to have the winning photo featured on the St. Pete Patch Facebook Page. Upload your photos here!
A judge has ruled in favor of the City of St. Petersburg in the VoteOnThePier lawsuit.
St. Petersburg City Council agreed to schedule a public Pier workshop to address technical issues.
Government, Police & Fire
St. Petersburg City Council voted to ban all "Spice" or synthetic marijuana products.
Check out our top 10 stories of March 2013 in St. Pete.
Police say a witness helped them located the man wanted for robbing an Achieva Credit Union Wednesday.
Results from a scientific phone survey asks registered voters about a new Rays baseball stadium, fluoride in your water and a light rail system in Pinellas County.
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