Tuesday, September 30, 2014

St. Pete shuts down red-light cameras

St. Pete shuts down red-light cameras

ST. PETERSBURG — Roughly three years after cameras first started snapping photos of red-light runners, the cameras will be shuttered permanently today, bringing the controversial city program to an end. Although the program is under contract to run until ...

Workers attempting to bypass broken St. Petersburg sewer line

ST. PETERSBURG — As rain pelted them, workers on Monday night were digging, pouring concrete and preparing to begin a kind of bypass operation to stop thousands of gallons of sewage from gushing into Joe's Creek and, ultimately, Boca Ciega Bay.

The St. Petersburg Times

A group of international monitors, who hailed the elections of the St. Petersburg governor and municipal deputies on Sept. 14 as fair and transparent, were mostly European right-wing politicians who have been involved in several disputed elections before ...

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