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Cleanup crews heading into unincorporated Pinellas

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Crews started heading out into unincorporated Pinellas County Monday to get cracking on picking up the trees, branches and other debris downed by Hurricane Irma.

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Last-minute holiday shopper? There’s an app for that

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Procrastinators, rejoice. This year there are more apps and services than ever before to help last-minute shoppers. Apps such as Curbside deliver orders directly to the trunk of your car, more retailers are offering incentives to buy online and pick up in-store, and Amazon Prime Now and other same-day delivery services have vastly expanded this year. “In some sense, same-day delivery is going to become the new gift card,” said Daphne Carmeli, CEO of Deliv which works with retailers to…

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St. Pete’s Historic Old Northeast Assn. provides visual proof curbside recycling won’t work

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The Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association is distributing a photo showcasing its concerns over curbside recycling. The photo shows an overflowing blue bin parked in front of an otherwise well-manicured home. Trash – not recycling – is spilling from the bin. There’s a greasy pizza box – one of several items listed on the City of St. Pete’s website and in instructional materials distributed along with the bins as a recycling no-no. There also seems to be plastic bags, another…

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