Any given day it’s not unusual to see something on NextDoor about the latest coyote sighting. That’s because coyotes are residents of every county in Florida and they are here to stay according to Pinellas County Animal Services Director Doug Brightwell.
It wouldn’t be the holiday season in the Old Northeast without the annual HONNA members party at the Old Northeast Tavern, 7th Avenue NE and 2nd Street NE.
The annual Candlelight Tour of Homes in the Historic Old Northeast Sunday, December 11 was the most popular tour yet with 1600 guests enjoying the six homes built in the 1920s.
Attendees at the HONNA quarterly meeting Monday evening, September 19, were treated to a Florida-Friendly Landscaping (FFL) mini-seminar. Doris Heitzmann, FFL Manager, took the 70 attendees through the “what, why and how” of using FFL practices to create beautiful gardens while conserving precious water resources and reducing pollution.
In the Historic Old Northeast and surrounding neighborhoods, there are a series of free Small Libraries that give residents of the Historic Old Northeast a way to share a book that they love with the community.