Schools, Streetlights and A Local Singer 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.
Students and teachers at Safety Harbor Middle School are sending cards, notes and a group photo as a show of support for those affected by the Newtown tragedy.
Some Pinellas Schools, including Countryside High, continue to look into reported rumors of potential violence connected to the Mayan calendar.
The charge of $50.97 will be implemented starting January 1st, 2013. Sixty-six percent of the parcels in the city are subject to the fee, which equates to a prorated amount of $5.66 per month.
Carmen Brandy has been told she has what it takes to become a singing sensation. But she’s intent on doing it her way.
The annual downtown event drew hundreds of spectators and featured a slew of parade participants, from city commissioners to snakes to Mr. and Mrs. Claus.
The wood-fired oven at 8th Avenue Pub is up and running, and it’s staffed by a couple of pizza professionals.
Scott Anderson is an ex-cop, an Army vet and a Civil War reenactor. He also plays a key role at the new Museum and Cultural Center.