Sinking in Sewage: Can St. Pete Clean Up It’s Act? By Krystel Knowles A sewage spill of roughly 200 million gallons of raw and partially treated sewage ended up the Tampa Bay area in 2015 and 2016. This incident brought to light that if something isn’t done to the infrastructure the view that makes St.… Continue reading Sinking in Sewage
Elections 2019 St. Petersburg’s City Council, Districts 5 and 7 The USFSP Master’s Program in Digital Journalism and Design (DJD) covered some issues raised by community members in municipal districts 5 and 7, which are up for elections this Tuesday, November 5. Here is the election information retrieved from the Pinellas… Continue reading Elections 2019
ST. PETERSBURG – The University of South Florida St. Petersburg’s Neighborhood News Bureau’s (NNB) is launching its new local black history project on Wednesday, October 3, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Enoch Davis Recreation Center as part of the “Story Days in Tampa Bay” festival. The event “From Pepper Town to Midtown:… Continue reading NNB showcases St. Petersburg’s black history during Story Days in Tampa Bay event
By: Madeline Seiberlich “If you ever want my help just say children, garden or elderly.” These are the passions that drive Ava DeVaux in her work in the community of South St. Pete. For the past 6 years, she has been a driving force behind the Bartlett Park Community Garden. You can find her there… Continue reading In Bartlett Park, a local’s passion for gardening motivates her to educate her community
By: Kelly Littler, Emily Wolodkowicz, Sheena DeRocker, Macky Brazina and Candice Royer There’s a thriving food business located inside the old Historic Seaboard Train Station that you may have never noticed passing by 22nd St. S. and crossing 5th Ave. S. It could easily be one of St. Petersburg’s best kept secrets. The CA Cafe, named after sisters, Corrie and Abbie… Continue reading Care to sip on coffee inside St. Petersburg’s old train station?