Christmas Trees, Scooters, Starbucks and Streetlights Made Headlines Last Week
There were a number of stories on Safety Harbor Patch that caught readers' attention last week. Here's a few of them.
Hundreds of residents turned out for the annual holiday event at the Gazebo, which featured city officials, school choirs and, of course, Santa.
The tree lighting, Snow Fest, a grand opening and an arts and crafts show should make for a busy weekend in Safety Harbor.
It's a question that has raged since the dawn of the fake Christmas tree. We want to know which side of the issue you stand on and why.
Precision Motorsports of America will be allowed to sell and display scooters at its Harbor Lake Drive shop after a Safety Harbor City Commission ruling.
The Clearwater City Council is expected to approve a plan that could change future development and other codes along parts of U.S. 19 on Thursday.
The Main Street coffee shop is featuring a slew of holiday specials this month.
The proposed assessment, which would amount to a $50.97 annual charge for many Safety Harbor residents, is up for final approval at the next city commission meeting.