Week in Review: Business Fire, Speeding in Neighborhoods, Pier Pavilion to be Removed

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Fire Destroys Gulfport Business: Flames as high as 30 feet shot through the roof while paint cans shot across the street from Gulfport Hardware during a fire Thursday night.

Jail Bookings Report: Oct 7 - 14: The following people were arrested between October 7 and 14. The information is provided by the Gulfport Police Department and the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office.

Prescription Drug Abuse Still a Focus for Pinellas County: The county has created a four-part series called 'Fighting Back Against Prescription Drug Abuse.'

Are People Speeding in Your Neighborhood?: Residents are asking city leaders to deter speeding in their neighborhood before it's too late.

Clam Bayou Restoration Project to Be Dedicated: Mayor Mike Yakes will join officials at a dedication ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 27, at Clam Bayou.

Pier Pavilion to Be Removed: What's left of the pier pavilion, several columns, will be removed in two weeks.

Ribbon Cutting Announced for New Playground, Volleyball Courts: Everyone is invited to the formal dedication of the new beach playground and volleyball courts.


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