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Imagine enjoying your Kellogg’s Corn Flakes each morning in a house once owned by W.K. Kellogg himself. Or living in a building on the National Register of Historic Places. Or dipping your toes in your private lagoon. Yes, Tampa Bay homebuyers...
ST. PETERSBURG — Chips Wells, crime prevention specialist for the St. Petersburg Department, has daughter who’s a Realtor. Among the advice he gave her: Forget the spike heels when showing a house to a stranger. "I want you to wear shoes...
TAMPA — HRI Properties has closed on its $7.6 million purchase of a city-owned block next to Tampa’s City Hall and says it plans to start construction later this month on a dual-branded Hyatt Place and Hyatt House hotel project.In 2016, Tampa put out...
There’s a lot to unpack from the midterms.Will the recounts change the outcome of any of the statewide races?Can polling find a better model, one that predicts the actual winners?Will felons who have served their sentences really get their voting rig...
The Courtyard by Marriott Tampa Downtown held a grand-reopening this week after completing extensive renovations. The hotel now has updated guest rooms, bathrooms and public spaces, according to the hotel’s management company, McKibbon Hospitality.Re...
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Inside the newsroom: Tampa Bay Times project team takes a deep dive inside a notorious Florida death penalty case
A project team at the Tampa Bay Times explores the death penalty in Florida through a notorious 1975 murder case.
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A Gulfport woman is suing St. Petersburg's Dog Bar, saying she was attacked by a dog there in May.
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In addition to new regulations on straws and Styrofoam, the city is looking at implementing a fee for all single-use bags
After 80 years in downtown Tampa, the ConAgra flour mill could be moving to Port Redwing near Apollo Beach, clearing the way for a future expansion of Water Street Tampa.
With Black Friday looming, and most major retailers kicking sales off after dinner on Thanksgiving, here's a guide that breaks down the trends and when your favorite retailers are open.
With the Ringling circus shuttered, the Palmetto-based entertainment company looks to expand into the attractions industry.
The state-backed insurer of last resort says it has received just more than 3,100 claims so far.
If confirmed by the Florida Senate, civil engineer Hung Mai of Lutz will replace former Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce chairman Mike Griffin, who resigned from the board of Port Tampa Bay in July.
A top U.S. health official is pledging to try to ban menthol from regular cigarettes, outlaw flavors in all cigars and tighten rules regarding the sale of most flavored versions of e-cigarettes.
The University of South Florida and Tampa leaders Wednesday marked the "topping off," or completion of vertical construction, on the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute.
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