Monday, April 8, 2013
The scooter ran into the rear of another vehicle making a U-turn near 4th Avenue Southwest, according to Largo Police.
A traffic crash involving a scooter left two people injured and shut down southbound traffic on Clearwater-Largo Road early Monday morning, Largo Police said. The crash happened around 6:40 a.m. near 4th Avenue Southwest and Clearwater-Largo Rd., according to Lt. Mike Loux. A man and a woman heading south on the scooter on Clearwater-Largo ran into the rear of another vehicle that was making a U-turn, Loux said. Both scooter occupants were injured and taken to an area hospital, according to police. The driver of the other vehicle was uninjured. No further information was immediately available. Sign up for the Largo Patch email newsletter to get our top headlines delivered straight to your inbox so you won't miss a thing!
Friday, February 15, 2013
Crews will work to replace the existing crossings and rails, and install ADA-compliant sidewalks at Belleair Road and Wyatt Street between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Clearwater-Largo Road from Feb. 15 to March 7.
Railroad improvements are coming to a couple of intersections near Largo. Crews will work to replace the existing crossings and rails, and install ADA compliant sidewalks at Belleair Road and Wyatt Street between Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and Clearwater-Largo Road from Feb. 15 to March 7. The roadway at the intersections also will be resurfaced. The project is planned for two phases: Work at Belleair Road from South Myrtle Avenue to Scranton Avenue is from Feb. 15-21. Wyatt Street from Clearwater-Largo Road to South Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue is from March 1-7.
Monday, November 12, 2012
A vacant restaurant is for lease on Clearwater-Largo Road.
What restaurant would you like to see at the former Baltic Amber location? Nestled under trees, the sky blue building at 552 Clearwater Largo Rd North, is vacant and available for lease, according to a sign posted. Clearwater-Largo Road has longtime classics like Ted's Luncheonette and brand new places like the Salt & Pepper Bistro. So what additional dining options, would you like to see in the area? Let us know in the comments, which restaurant you would like to see move in? Related Coverage:
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The city plans to fix a section of southbound Clearwater-Largo Road just South of Rosery Road.
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The City of Largo Streets and Stormwater Division plans to repair a section of Clearwater-Largo Road in two phases. Today the southbound west lane on Clearwater-Largo Road, just south of Rosery Road, will be closed from 9:30 am until about noon. A contractor will cut out an old section of roadway. On Sept. 26, the same lane will be closed again to remove the old pavement and replace it with new asphalt. For more information please contact the city at (727) 587-6718. Thanks to the City of Largo for providing this information.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
This first Friday of September will kick off the recommencement of Largo’s locally renown First Friday street festival, taking place on First Avenue Southwest between Clearwater-Largo Road and Ridge Road and in front of O’Shy’s Irish Pub.
The beginning of September marks more than a close of the summer season and more tropical storm threats for Largo's locals. This first Friday of September will kick off the recommencement of Largo’s locally renowned First Friday street festival, taking place on First Avenue Southwest between Clearwater-Largo Road and Ridge Road and in front of O’Shy’s Irish Tap House. The event, which has been on hiatus since May due to variable, hot weather and a lack of local tenants, normally takes place on the first Friday of every month. The Sept. 7 First Friday will take place from about 6 p.m. to about 11 and will revolve around an "end of summer" theme. Organizers Kurt and Raelynn Hesser, new owners of O’Shy’s, have spent the past three weeks …
Friday, December 2, 2011
The City of Largo is seeking Commission approval to fund a housing development in Largo that would consist of 100% affordable units.
Times are tough for many families. Many are struggling to get by, and seniors are no exception. Well, seniors earning less than the area median income (AMI), an averaged figure based on the number of individuals per household, may get to experience relief on rent and utilities if they plan on living in Largo next year and into the beginning of 2013. Per Largo’s most recent City Commission meeting on Nov. 15, the City of Largo is seeking a Commission approval of commitment for $100,000 in affordable housing development funding for the creation of Arrington Oaks Apartments, a property consisting of about 1.62 acres of land located west of Clearwater-Largo Road. The property includes frontage on Nineth Avenue NW, 10th Street NW and …