Whoever is leaving them claims their stolen or missing device is in your home, and if you don't call them to meet up, they'll call police.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, many companies have taken a hit, but business is booming at HR Trains & Toys in Pinellas Park. The shop is a destination for those who like model railroading or who are intrigued by the idea of it.
Gov. DeSantis announced a new vaccination site for residents living in the Pinellas Park neighborhood, Mainlands of Tamarac.
A 21-year-old was killed after a driver, later arrested for DUI manslaughter, crashed into another vehicle at a Pinellas Park intersection, police said. Records show it was the suspect’s second DUI arrest this year.
It's been 28 years, but it hasn't been long enough for longtime Pinellas Park resident Karol Singleton, whose house has now been hit by a tornado twice since she's lived there.
Warehouses and buildings along Endeavor Way, near 66th Street in Pinellas Park, suffered significant damage after a tornado tore through a two-mile span of Pinellas County early Wednesday evening.
At least one person was killed following a camper fire in Pinellas Park.
Two people died Saturday evening after their Corvette crashed into a tree, according to the Pinellas Park Police Department.
Police in Pinellas Park are investigating a crash that led to serious injuries for the rider of a moped, they said.
A 6-year-old boy has been reunited with his mother after police say he was with his uncle, Frederick Canady, when Canady carjacked a vehicle in the parking lot of a Pinellas Park McDonald's Friday afternoon, taking an adult victim and two young children with them.
The 5-foot-11, 200-pound man straddled his 25-pound dog and strangled it, police say.
Four law enforcement agencies within Pinellas County announced the creation of the Pinellas County Use of Deadly Force Investigative Task Force, which they say is part of an effort to build community trust and reduce any perception of a conflict-of-interest during investigations involving law enforcement officers.
Samantha Richardson Hardy is on a mission to collect items for families in need. Her organization is making sure parents and their babies have everything they need to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic.
A homeless man, who called police early Saturday morning to say he was drunk and in need of assistance was hit and killed by a truck shortly after placing the call, according to Pinellas Park police.
A landmark flea market in Pinellas Park will not be reopening after the coronavirus shutdown. With "a heavy heart," the owners of the Wagon Wheel and Mustang Flea Markets announced Wednesday that they are closing for good.
Timothy Manzi, 50, was arrested Friday evening after police say he hit and seriously injured bicyclist John Turley as he crossed US 19.
Renee Patterson owns Vintage 88 Salon in Pinellas Park, and while they only were allowed to reopen on May 11, Patterson knew how to handle the adversity and unknowns that she faced during the shutdown.
Hair and nail salons have been given the green light, but it’s still a big “no” for Florida’s gyms and fitness centers when it comes to reopening amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The case against a Pinellas Park business owner who was arrested for refusing to close during the county’s ‘stay at home’ order has been dismissed.
Small businesses in need of face masks can get some for free.