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Clearwater's MarineMax once again posted record annual revenues on Tuesday. Shown here is the boating company's retail shop in Pompano.
After reaching a deal to buy Largo’s Intrepid Powerboats, the company has once again posted record revenues.
St. Pete—Clearwater International Airport is one of the airline’s most popular locations, according to a statement.
One used to belong to Bucs quarterback Vinny Testaverde.
The city isn’t all about retirees, bottled water and skydiving anymore.

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  1. This aerial of the St. Pete Pier complex shows Spa Beach and the adjacent green park land that will be the site of Winter Beach. It will have an ice skating rink and holiday shops set up from Nov. 30-Jan. 17.
  2. Allegiant is adding a new route between north Ohio and St. Pete-Clearwater.
  3. Clearwater's MarineMax once again posted record annual revenues on Tuesday. Shown here is the boating company's retail shop in Pompano.
  4. Cybersecurity analytics firm Rapid7, whose headquarters (show here) are in Boston, is opening a "major hub" in Tampa with plans to hire more than 100 workers.
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  6. Kindergarteners Marlaysia Sanders, left, Armani Samuel, center, and Alaeya Nelson enjoy their lunches at Sandy Lane Elementary School on Monday in Clearwater. The Pinellas County School District is among the area districts experiencing supply chain interruptions that have forced staff to alter school menus.
  7. This Tampa mansion is being featured in an upcoming episode of Mansion Global on the Fox Business Network.
  8. TheIncLab is relocating its headquarters to Ybor City's historic El Pasaje building.
  9. Since the 1970s, visitors have come to see the manatees that gather in the winter at Tampa Electric's Big Bend Power Station. The viewing center, which closed last season because of COVID-19, will reopen Nov. 1.
  10. Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota has set up a maze that’s free and an ideal way to let children explore. The maze, which is next to the park’s playground, will be up until after Thanksgiving.
  11. In this Jan. 28, 2020, file photo, a Microsoft computer is among items displayed at a Microsoft store in suburban Boston. Microsoft says the same Russia-backed hackers responsible for the 2020 SolarWinds breach continue to attack the global technology supply chain and are have been relentlessly targeting cloud service resellers and others since summer.
  12. In this Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017 photo a Hertz rental car logo rests on the front of a Hertz location, in Boston. Car rental company Hertz is ordering 100,000 electric vehicles from Tesla. The company says it’s buying the Tesla Model 3s by the end of 2022, and it also will buy electric vehicle chargers. No price was given for the order, but it has to be worth around $4 billion because each Model 3 has a base price of around $40,000.
  13. Final responsibility for this state of affairs rests with CEO Mark Zuckerberg, shown in this 2018 photo, who holds what one former employee described as dictatorial power over the company.
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Demolition of the old St. Petersburg police department headquarters begins Tuesday, making way for a new development, Orange Station at the Edge, with condos, apartments, retail and office space.
  15. Clark Realty Capital, the company running Harbor Bay family housing at MacDill Air Force base, had previously come under fire from residents over mold problems.
  16. [Photo by Ivy Ceballo. Illustration by Sean Kristoff-Jones   |   Times]
  17. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration fined Gopher Resources in Tampa more than $319,000 after a series in the Tampa Bay Times revealed workplace dangers.
  18. ZooTampa's new aluminum cups, which are made by the Ball Corporation, are "infinitely recyclable."
  19. The number of Americans leaving their jobs increased since September 2020, typically a positive sign for the economy.   [BILL VARIAN | Times]
  20. Fresh-baked Cuban bread on racks at La Segunda Bakery in Tampa.
  21. Mohammad Hossain, left, USF Ph.D. student, and Arash Takshi, associate professor with the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of South Florida, each hold a glass slide with a prototype sensor they are hoping to use to be able to detect COVID-19 or other pathogens.
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