ST. PETERSBURG — Creating an entirely new app or website from scratch may sound like a massive undertaking, but if a group of sixth graders can achieve it, anything’s possible.Read More
The CEO of the locally based and grown Laser Spine Institute has come forward to share what took place before the well-known company suddenly announced it would shut its doors.Read More
Event held Oct 2, 2018 hosted by PERCRead More
Drivers in St. Petersburg may notice a little splash of color to the city's police cruisers this October.
In the year since Todd Myers moved GoZone WiFi LLC from south Florida to downtown St. Petersburg, the software firm has grown at an explosive rate.
The city of St. Petersburg has become one of the more important recruiting tools for United Insurance Holdings Corp., CEO John Forney told the City Council.
When Serena Williams told the umpire at the U.S. Open final that he owed her an apology, that he had stolen something from her, and then she got penalized for her words, Breea Willingham could relate to her frustration and anger.
What was supposed to be an uneventful Saturday afternoon on June 9, 2007, turned out to be a day Angela Brown would relive over and over again in her mind.
The next time you put $20 on pump 3, stop in Jonesboro, Georgia. The tiny town just welcomed the first black owned gas station in the entire county!
SOURCE: http://www.curlynikki.com/2017/08/black-couple-opens-first-black-owned.html?m=1Read More
TaiMcNeely almost didn’t marry her now-husband Talaat after discovering he had debt: he owed more than $30,000 from credit cards and vehicles.
Hiram Rhodes Revels arrived on Capitol Hill to take his seat as the first black member of the U.S. Congress in 1870. But first, the Mississippi Republican faced Democrats determined to block him.
SOURCE: http://theweeklychallenger.com/the-first-black-man-elected-to-congress-was-nearly-blocked-from-taking-his-seat/Read More
On April 19th at 9 a.m., Pinellas County government leaders will convene a “listening session” with local business owners and community leaders to discuss changes to its small business development and purchasing programs.
SOURCE: http://www.theburgvotes.com/2018/04/10/open-for-business-pinellas-leaders-host-minority-small-businesses-for-session-re-purchasing-policies/Read More
The Tampa Hillsborough Expressway Authority on Tuesday released new renderings of two potential designs for its $230 million Selmon Extension project planned above Gandy Boulevard.Read More