Thursday, September 18, 2014

New citizens sworn in at St. Pete college to honor Constitution’s birth


New citizens sworn in at St. Pete college to honor Constitution’s birth


CLEARWATER — St. Petersburg College helped welcome 100 new United States citizens Wednesday in a naturalization ceremony to coincide with Constitution and Citizenship Day. Citizenship and Immigration Services held the ceremony in the Clearwater Campus ...


Cobb beaten by Yanks in Jeter's last visit to Rays


ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Alex Cobb's worst inning in a long time started with Derek Jeter's first hit in a long time. Jeter ended an 0-for-28 slump, the second-longest hitless streak of his career, and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 ...


Headley: Maddon off base saying my beaning was a grazing


ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Having been drilled in the chin last week by Rays lefty Jake McGee and avoiding serious injury, Yankees third baseman Chase Headley strongly objected to Rays manager Joe Maddon saying Headley was grazed by McGee. Maddon made that ...


St. Petersburg man faces neglect charge in baby's July death


ST. PETERSBURG — A St. Petersburg man is facing a child neglect charge after officials said he left a 5-month-old boy alone in his crib July 3 while he ran errands. When the man returned, the infant was unconscious, his face buried in a blanket.


St. Petersburg's little-known utility board calms irate water customers


ST. PETERSBURG — Inside a drab conference room with smudged walls, an obscure city committee listens to resident complaints about high water bills. The three-member committee hears about hoses accidentally left running, plumbing leaks and swimming pool ...



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