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Our professional Tampa Bay Times staff is happy to assist with all your legal advertising needs. Our broad coverage provides options to publish your notices in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough and Citrus counties, or throughout any combination of the five.

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Source: 2013 Scarborough Report (r1 2/12-1/13)


  1. Jim Bob Duggar says petition to cancel '19 Kids and Counting' has only helped

    Blogs

    Not only will a petition to cancel 19 Kids and Counting fail, according to the reality show’s patriarch Jim Bob Duggar, but it has given the family even more exposure.

  2. '7th Heaven' actor Stephen Collins confesses to molesting minors

    Blogs

    Man, you can’t even trust fictional priests these days. Stephen Collins, who played a pastor and father on 7th Heaven, has admitted to sexually abusing three young girls.

  3. Thursday's sports on TV/radio

    TV and Radio

    TODAY

  4. do not archive
  5. Sub Mack leads hotshot Hawks

    Sports

    CLEVELAND — Shelvin Mack scored a career-high 24 and the Hawks routed the Cavaliers 127-98 Wednesday night for their 11th victory in 12 games.

    Hawks center Al Horford scores 20 points against Kevin Love and the Cavs. Love had flu symptoms before the game.
  6. Sony cancels 'The Interview' release; U.S. officials say N. Korea behind cyber threat

    Nation

    Washington Post

    Sony Pictures Entertainment on Wednesday canceled the Christmas Day release of The Interview, bowing to threats of a wide-scale attack from hackers who U.S. intelligence officials have concluded were working for North Korea.

    James Franco, left, and Seth Rogen in "The Interview."
  7. Ohio State routs N.C. A&T; Tar Heels next

    Sports

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — D'Angelo Russell scored 21 and Marc Loving had 15, leading No. 12 Ohio State to a 97-55 victory over North Carolina A&T on Wednesday night.

  8. Rays to trade Wil Myers to Padres in 3-team deal. Sports, 1C

    News

    A tip of the hat to pharrell williams

    Many people didn't know of him until they heard Happy, but Pharrell, who will perform at the Jingle Ball, is multi-talented. Weekend

  9. Slumping Devils blanked by Sens

    Sports

    NEWARK, N.J. — Craig Anderson made 34 saves and Kyle Turris scored two goals as the Senators beat the Devils 2-0 on Wednesday.

  10. Wil Myers trade not a crazy at it sounds

    The Heater

    Surely Matt Silverman has lost his mind. That's your first thought.

    When it came to trading Wil Myers, Tom Jones surmises the Rays might have been worried that Myers isn't going to become the player they  hoped he would be and they were able to trade him now for some valuable assets that, potentially, could make up the nucleus of a contender in 2016 and beyond. [Times files]
  11. College basketball
    Seton Hall at USF7 p.m.CBSSN; 1010-AM
    Cleveland State at Virginia7 p.m.ESPNU
    Coastal Carolina at Mississippi8 p.m.SEC