St. Petersburg

Preserving History and Community

The Jackson House gets a historical marker and $1 million dollars for renovation. The boarding house which housed Black travelers to Tampa, FL during segregation...
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Education, Civic Engagement in the Sunshine State

Kimbery Brown-Blunt visits the Forum to announce an important Legislative Education Forum to discuss empowering communities through education, justice and civic engagement. Panelist will include...
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The Scoop: Thurs., September 7, 2023 Tampa Bay & Florida headlines by WMNF

Lakewood Ranch legal battle A couple is fighting a plan for thousands of new homes to be built as part of an expansion of Lakewood...
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Sarasota couple fights to protect rural neighborhood from nearby development

A couple is fighting a plan for thousands of new homes near their rural northeastern Sarasota County neighborhood.
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Tampa City Council member Bill Carlson on why he opposes Mayor Jane Castor’s tax hike

Just hours before the Tampa City Council was set to vote on Mayor Jane Castor’s proposed budget and property tax increase, one of its members...
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By the numbers: July home prices by region in Florida

Florida Realtors released a report that said the statewide median sales price for single-family existing homes in July 2023 was $415,000.
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Study on St. Petersburg’s affordable housing crisis

St. Petersburg’s affordable housing crisis was examined by Harvard University students. The study released this month reviewed solutions.

WaveMakers with Aaron Dietrich of St. Petersburg People’s Council

The Tampa Bay area is facing a housing crisis, with rent prices rising and citizens being forcefully evicted from their homes without another place to go. For the past year, the St. Petersburg People’s Council...
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Flashback to five years ago: Women’s March in St. Pete draws crowd of 20,000

20,000 people marched along the waterfront in downtown St. Petersburg in coordination with the Women's March in Washington, D.C.
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No cars allowed along the St. Pete waterfront the next two Saturday evenings

Part of the downtown St. Pete waterfront will be closed to vehicle traffic the next two Saturday evenings.
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Get healthy in St. Pete with free classes at “AARP FitLot Fitness Park”

The City of St. Petersburg is providing free fitness classes through its Healthy St. Pete program at "AARP FitLot Fitness Park."
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St. Pete Marches for women’s rights

30-40 protestors gathered in St. Petersburg show support for women’s rights and the upholding of Roe v. Wade.
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Meet Arielle Stevenson WMNF’s new Senior News Reporter

Arielle Stevenson recently rejoined WMNF, now as Senior News Reporter. Arielle sat down with Seán Kinane on Tuesday Café to catch up.
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Here is a list of holiday celebrations by the City of St. Petersburg

A list of 2021 holiday celebrations by the City of St. Petersburg, Florida.

St. Petersburg Election Day information

St. Petersburg mayoral election and voter information.

St. Pete to try out car-free initiative on Central Avenue this Halloween

The city of St. Pete is going to try out a car-free initiative in downtown St. Pete this weekend.
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Four St. Pete City Council races are on the 2021 ballot: listen to the candidates here

WMNF aired a forum with the candidates running for St. Pete City Council in 2021.

Get vaccinated in St. Pete and get a month of free downtown parking

At the City of St. Petersburg's vaccination event on Sunday, August 22, get vaxxed and get a month of free parking.

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