Breaking News  
 
Local News
 
The Turf War Over Music Festivals
As music fans head out to summer concerts, there's a turf war breaking out between two of the biggest concert companies.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Wolters Kluwer chief on board quotas
Nancy McKinstry on women in leadership roles and growth opportunities

-> FULL ARTICLE
9-year-old bat boy in critical condition after being struck by player's swing
9-year-old bat boy was in critical condition after getting hit in the head with a bat by a baseball player taking practice swings in Kansas

-> FULL ARTICLE
Will Wall Street's Bet on Fitness Pan Out?
Wall Street is betting health-conscious companies like SoulCycle and Planet Fitness are more than fads and their IPOs will help whip their

-> FULL ARTICLE
Jason Aldean reveals his guilty pleasure
Country superstar Jason Aldean answers some questions straight from his fans, and in the process, reveals his biggest guilty pleasure.

-> FULL ARTICLE
American Scene
 
Bill Cosbys Attorney, Monique Pressley, Blasts Comedians Accusers
Bill Cosbys attorney, Monique Pressley, is on the defensive. During a Friday interview on CNNs Legal View With Ashleigh Banfield.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Caitlyn Jenners Struggle With Her Sound
While Caitlyn Jenners hair, makeup, and clothes all seem to fit her gender, its the 65-year-olds voice that has her concerned.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Facebook Revenue Jumps 39% as it Lures Big Advertisers
Facebooks revenue jumped 39% fresh evidence of its allure to big brands, as it and Google increasingly take the lionst grs share of the fast

-> FULL ARTICLE
Facebook: Will Good Things Come to Investors Who Wait?
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg has asked investors to be patient with the growth of their acquired apps, but what exactly

-> FULL ARTICLE
These Google Chrome Tricks Will Save You So Much Time
CHROME ROCKS.

-> FULL ARTICLE
False alarm: 'Brother' of Cecil the Lion, reported alive
Wildlife authorities in Zimbabwe on Sunday dismissed a report of the shooting death of a male lion who was a companion of Cecil

-> FULL ARTICLE
Empire State Building lit up with endangered animals
Quite a sight to behold in New York City as these incredible images of wild animals were put up on the Empire State Building Saturday night.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Much-Traveled Military Children Enjoy Opportunities, Face Challenges
"Our people, not our platforms, are the real foundation of our military –- just as it's the foundation of our nation,"

-> FULL ARTICLE
DoD Leaders Salute Winnefeld at Fort Myer Retirement Ceremony
audience comprised of DoD senior leadership and distinguished guests how Winnefeld, the ninth vice chairman

-> FULL ARTICLE
Looking back at Jon Stewart on 'The Daily Show'
After 16 years of hosting comedy central's "The Daily Show," Jon Stewart will officially sign off this week. TODAY's Harry Smith reports.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Community
 
Hunting Down Cecil the Lion’s Huntsman
Hunting down the huntsman is the top trending story dominating Fridays headlines raising the question of whether the campaign against

-> FULL ARTICLE
People Guess Ancient Methods Of Birth Control
Just a whole lotta NOPE.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Frisson of fear over growth
A sneak peek of a hectic week

-> FULL ARTICLE
Trending: A bald eagle makes a royal mess
Prince Charles and Camilla were at an event earlier this week when an army air corps' mascot, a bald eagle, startled both of them.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Speculation growing that VP Joe Biden may run for president
Rumors are now swirling that Vice President Joe Biden may be seriously considering entering the race for the White House. This, as the GOP

-> FULL ARTICLE
Editorial
 
Clinton Bets On Economic Fairness
Will the 2016 presidential campaign continue to be held hostage to Trump-mania and stories about a rope separating Hillary Clinton

-> FULL ARTICLE
Judges, With Hat in Hand
The words vary. but the song of corruption seems never to desist You cannot even get your vote counted because of the Black Robed Bandits

-> FULL ARTICLE
On The Right - Hillary Rode More Coattails Than She Broke Glass Ceilings
Hillary Clinton's expected presidential run is being hailed as a chance to shatter the glass ceiling.

-> FULL ARTICLE
On The Right - Hillary's Email Scandal: Clinton Fatigue Arrives Early
Had Richard Nixon burned his tapes, he would have survived Watergate. Sure, there would have been a major firestorm, but no smoking gun.

-> FULL ARTICLE
On The Left - Why Americans Can't Get A Raise: Deference To Shareholders
The extinction of the American raise — dead as a dodo, by every empirical measure — has become a truth universally acknowledged.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Announcements
 
August 2015 CNCN Newsletter - *New* Board Education - Pinellas County Strategic Plan - date change and more
August 3rd is the launch of our first educational sessions geared towards our members who serve on HOA boards in their communities.

-> FULL ARTICLE
PASCO SHERIFF’S OFFICE NEWSLETTER August 2015
What is the cost of a human life?

-> FULL ARTICLE
Railway maintenance to close crossings in Lealman area
Pinellas County and CSX Transportation, Inc. are set to improve railway crossings on 49th Street North in Lealman area by Pinellas Park.

-> FULL ARTICLE
Discover Paradise in Pinellas County: July to September
A video about many of these programs can be found at www.youtube.com/pcctv1.

-> FULL ARTICLE
REMEMBER Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month.
You must call from the cell phone number you want to have blocked

-> FULL ARTICLE
 
       
   
Privacy StatementTerms Of Use