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Registration Underway for Seminole Holiday Parade

SEMINOLE — The Greater Seminole Area Chamber of Commerce seeks participants for its annual Bright Before Your Eyes Holiday Parade, which takes place Sunday, Dec. 8, starting at 6:30 p.m. The parade lines up at St. Petersburg College’s Seminole campus and travels south to the Seminole City Center. Local businesses, nonprofits and civic organizations are…

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Dredging Project to Restore Lake Seminole Underway

A county contractor has started a dredge operation that will remove about 900,000 cubic yards of organic sediment from the lake. PINELLAS COUNTY, FL — Pinellas County has begun the most important phase of the Lake Seminole Restoration Project. A county contractor has started a dredge operation that will remove about 900,000 cubic yards of organic sediment…

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City Of Seminole Election Results 2019

With the mayor and two city council seats up for grabs in the city of Seminole, the unofficial results of Tuesday’s election are in. SEMINOLE, FL — With the mayor and two city council seats up for grabs in the city of Seminole, the unofficial results of Tuesday’s election have been posted. Leslie Water has…

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Fluff Animal Rescue Opens Seminole Thrift Store

SEMINOLE — Kimmy Chandler and her family have always been animal lovers. “We’ve always had three dogs at a time, a giant fish tank. We just are animal people,” she said. She took her love for their pets to the next level after she had an emotional chance encounter with a rescue group at a…

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FDEP Awards $200K for Seminole’s Waterfront Park

SEMINOLE – The city of Seminole was awarded a $200,000 Land and Water Conservation Fund program grant from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection for Waterfront Park. The grant requires a 100%, dollar-for-dollar match from the city, which will use funds from Penny for Pinellas III, said City Manager Ann Toney-Deal at the Sept. 25…

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Seminole, Northeast Football Teams Bond Over Tragedies

SEMINOLE — This past summer, the Seminole High School football program was dealt a tragic blow when one of its young players died before the start of the season. Sophie Delott, 17, who broke ground as the only female player on the team, was killed June 28 after being struck by a vehicle while she…

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Seminole’s Field of Honor Seeks Sponsors

SEMINOLE — In November 2015, the Kiwanis Breakfast Club of Seminole planted 24 American flags in front of Seminole City Hall for its first Field of Honor. Each flag in the patriotic display was sponsored by individuals throughout the community and honored a different veteran. The display has grown significantly since then, and five years…

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Keswick Christian School Unveils ‘Ginormous’ New Playground

SEMINOLE — Thanks to the ingenuity and dedication of the school’s head of grounds and maintenance, Keswick Christian School unveiled a new playground to Seminole city leaders, parents and its elementary school students Sept. 6. Just before the end of the last school year, Jesse Beckett, a Seminole resident, began designing a new playground for…

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