Hitchcock's Green Market at Tyrone Square Mall on July 30, 2020, in St. Petersburg. The grocery store closed in 2022, and the space could soon become an Aldi's. Seritage Growth Properties sold its stake in the mall Thursday.
The site holds Dick’s Sporting Goods and the struggling grocery space once home to Lucky’s Market and Hitchcock’s Green Market.
Advertising will be shown during TV shows and movies starting early next year, the streaming service said.
Now ReliaQuest is shaping a new downtown district in Tampa
The three largest credit agencies — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion — said they would stop including some medical debt on credit reports as of last year


  1. This artists rendering provided by Hines shows a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays in the Historic Gas Plant District in St. Petersburg. The playoff-bound Tampa Bay Rays put the finishing touches Tuesday on plans for a new 30,000-seat ballpark in St. Petersburg as part of a $6.5 billion development project that includes affordable housing, retail, bars and restaurants and a Black history museum.
  2. Meryl Roy, of St. Pete Beach, leaves Cafe’ Soleil French Bakery & Deli with a fresh iced coffee and pateries on Thursday, Sep 21, 2023, at the Dolphin Village shopping plaza at St. Pete Beach.
  3. Hitchcock's Green Market at Tyrone Square Mall on July 30, 2020, in St. Petersburg. The grocery store closed in 2022, and the space could soon become an Aldi's. Seritage Growth Properties sold its stake in the mall Thursday.
  4. Amazon's Prime Video streaming app on an iPad is seen in Baltimore on March 19, 2018. Amazon says that it will start charging $2.99 per month in order for users in the U.S. to watch Prime Video shows and movies ad-free starting in early 2024.
  5. Hillsborough County Commissioner Donna Cameron Cepeda, who lived in subsidized housing before she was elected to the board last year, voted with a majority of commissioners to cut affordable housing spending this week and divert the money to other needs.
  6. Medical debt has sunk Penny Wingard’s credit score so low that she has struggled to qualify for loans, and applying for jobs and apartments has become a harrowing experience. On Sept. 21, the Biden administration announced plans to develop federal rules barring unpaid medical bills from affecting patients’ credit scores. (ANERI PATTANI/KFF HEALTH NEWS)
  7. This rendering of the new Rays stadium shows the parking plan in place for opening day set for 2028.
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  9. "Cybersecurity is about reducing the complexity of things... There's data everywhere and there are events everywhere. It's just this sea of hay and you have to find that one needle," says Brian Murphy CEO & Founder, ReliaQuest.
  10. An aerial view of Ruskin homes with solar panels purchased as part of the PACE loan program. [LUIS SANTANA | Times (2019)]
  11. A year ago, Justina Worrell received a letter from the Social Security Administration saying it had overpaid her. Within 30 days, it said, she should mail the government a check or money order for $60,175.90. (Cox Media Group)
  12. Ships docked at Tampa's port. (Photo courtesy Port Tampa Bay)
  13. The Tampa Bay Rays decision to remain in St. Petersburg could mean more Hillsborough County tourist tax dollars available for other future tourism projects including new proposals for an 11-field baseball complex or an 178,000-square-foot indoor gymnasium. TIMES (2016).
  14. Salt Shack on the Bay opened in 2019 at 5415 W Tyson Ave., just south of the Westshore Marina District.
  15. Scream-A-Geddon is back for a ninth season. Spread across 60 acres in remote Pasco County, the terror park has haunted houses, a zombie paintball fight and monsters who can kidnap you, with permission.
  16. Kandy, a friendly witch in training, is the star of Busch Gardens' kid-friendly Halloween event Spooktacular. It is included with admission.
  17. This rendering released by the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday shows the interior of a proposed new ballpark on the site of Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg.
  18. The state-run Citizens Property Insurance covers property owners who cannot find coverage on the open market.
  19. An artist's rendering of the proposed Rays Stadium and redevelopment of the historic Gas Plant District
  20. Kat Wilderness performs for guests during a drag brunch at R House Wynwood in Miami in April 2022.
  21. St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch speaks at Tropicana Field on Tuesday in St. Petersburg. The Rays, St. Petersburg and Pinellas County announced an agreement for a new ballpark to be built in St. Petersburg.
  22. Tampa Bay Rays principal owner Stu Sternberg, left, steps from the podium at a Hillsborough County Commission meeting as team president Matt Silverman prepares to speak during a discussion about a potential new baseball stadium.
  23. An artist rendering of the Tampa Bay Rays' proposed stadium design for the Tropicana Field site.
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