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City Times to debut Sunday edition

For years, you have come to rely on City Times to showcase neighborhood news each week. Now, we're preparing to bring you more. More local news. More youth and prep sports coverage. More community focus. More often.

On Aug. 21, City Times will debut its Sunday edition. Expect new features and columnists, as well as the top-flight news reporting you have come to anticipate. The expanded coverage also will allow us to publish more of the news that matters to you. We'll be looking for your 50th anniversary photos, your championship soccer team or a short bio on the recent West Point graduate who made his parents proud. Stay tuned in coming weeks, and if you have questions, call City Times editor Sharon Tubbs at (813) 226-3394.

City Times to debut Sunday edition 08/04/11 [Last modified: Thursday, August 4, 2011 4:30am]
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