This Week: Stolen BMW in Deadly Crash, LuLu's Open for Business, Body in Woods
In case you missed them, here's a look at the top stories on Palm Harbor Patch from Dec. 9-15.
Patch has learned that the BMW involved in the crash was stolen from a home in Clearwater last year.
A BMW ran a red light at the intersection, killing a 54-year-old Holiday man in a pickup truck, investigators said Wednesday morning.
This week was a washout for Santa Rides in Palm Harbor! Here's the new schedule.
Pinellas County Sheriff's deputies conducted the investigation Wednesday in a wooded area off U.S. 19 near the Coral Landings Shopping Center following what appears to be a suicide, officials said.
Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri recognized 27 sheriff's office employees during a promotion ceremony December 13th.
East Lake Fire Rescue staff called authorities after a man said he was with Toys for Tots and took all of the donated toys, then a Toys for Tots worker called to say she was going to pick up the toys.
Florida is poised to become the first state to have issued 1 million concealed gun permits. Why?
The top 40 area public high schools are highlighted in the rankings, which were compiled by the Tampa Bay Business Journal using statistics from the Florida Department of Education.
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"I grew up in Palm Harbor, so it's part of my life. I like seeing the same people all the time, it's a nice small, town," says LuLu's Beach House Cafe owner Louise Goetz, age 30.