Top Headlines: Firmenich Plan Approved, Gun Training For Teachers, Galleria Fashion Photos
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After months of meetings and hours of discussions, the Richman Group of Florida's proposed Safety Harbor apartment complex project is one step closer to becoming a reality.
One hundred Pinellas County educators received a free concealed weapons course courtesy of a licensed firearms instructor on Saturday.
The downtown boutique put on a mini fashion show for Chamber of Commerce luncheon attendees at the Spa on Wednesday.
Deputies say Julien Martin, 18, of Safety Harbor, was robbed while trying to sell drugs at a local school and then was arrested.
The new park just outside of downtown hasn't had its official opening ceremony yet, but people are already using - and loving - the facility.
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