Top Headlines: Whole Foods Plan, Dead Baby at Fire Station, Clearwater Aquarium Warning
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The discovery was made Friday morning at Fire Station 49 on Sky Harbor Drive.
Doug Montgomery, chairman of the Florida Aquarium, was cut short by the mayor while giving a presentation that criticized Clearwater Marine Aquarium visitor projections during a public hearing about the $160 million plan to redevelop the waterfront.
For the first time in four decades, Wendell "Popcorn" Casper, the man on the red scooter with the heavy wooden cane, will not be on the sidelines for football games at Jack White Stadium at Clearwater High School.
The Rays' Shelley Duncan was awarded a double after the ball girl fielded a fair ball and threw it into the stands.
In an era of e-books, Kindles and e-readers, Tarry and Steve Schaffner decided to retire, recently shuttering the doors to Paperback Palace, home to nearly 100,000 paperback books.
A photo shared recently on Serendipity Cafe's Facebook page shows how the possible splitting of the Sears to wedge in the natural food grocery store at Westfield Countryside Mall would work.
Detectives say a woman pretended to be a Walmart employee and offered to split with a senior citizen a bag supposedly filled with $100,000 that she found.
A car is rear ended and pushed through the Belcher Road and Gulf to Bay Boulevard intersection, making Clearwater Police's latest Red Light Camera Violator of the Week.
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