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After two incidents in about a month, a CSX vice president told Dade City officials trains won’t block city streets while awaiting a crew change.Pasco County Sheriff’s Office

CSX official apologizes, pledges trains won't block Dade City streets

DADE CITY — A high-ranking official for railroad giant CSX made a public apology to the Dade City Commission on Tuesday for two train stoppages in recent weeks that snarled traffic in the city. On July 11, a CSX crew stopped a train to make a federally mandated shift change. The stop blocked several intersections o …

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    Retail

    For some teenagers, wearing last season's jeans will always be unthinkable.

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  2. Win that job with nonverbal cues

    Working Life

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  3. U.S. economy grew at brisk rate in second quarter

    Business

    The U.S. economy grew faster than first thought last quarter, the Commerce Department said Thursday, the latest in a series of signals that suggest growth is picking up.

  4. Career Q&A: Painful waiting game with job recruiter

    Working Life

    Q: I do not understand how recruiters can be so thoughtless. After a networking contact gave my resume to a recruiter for a large local company, I received an email expressing interest in my background and suggesting possible times for a phone interview.

  5. Sticking with New Tampa headquarters, Syniverse's new CEO preps for global growth

    Corporate

    Under newly named interim CEO Steve Gray, Syniverse is on the move.

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    Autos

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    Autos

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    Business

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    Retail

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    Business

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