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Homes in the Palmetto Palms Mobile Home Park in Fort Myers showed significant damage sustained during Hurricane Ian on Sep 29.
Slide will take on $272 million in annual premiums from St. Petersburg’s United Insurance Holdings Corp.
Locals say they’re sad that the dining mainstay at the outdoor shopping mecca will soon close. The restaurant’s lease wasn’t renewed.
The company sees a strong area of growth in Tampa Bay and Florida.
The Boulevard is an Ohio real estate investment firm’s third property in the Tampa Bay area.

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  1. Yesterday• Life & Culture
    Texas-based taco chain Torchy's Tacos opened Wednesday in St. Petersburg.
  2. Homes in the Palmetto Palms Mobile Home Park in Fort Myers showed significant damage sustained during Hurricane Ian on Sep 29.
  3. Fossil restorers Elia Smaniotto, of Trieste, Italy, left, and Tomas Stark, of Sezana, Slovenia, remove the skull of Big John from a crate on Wednesday at the Glazer Children's Museum in Tampa. The complete triceratops skeleton will be the center of an exhibit opening Memorial Day weekend.
  4. The Hillsborough County Commission on Wednesday banned retail sales of rabbits. Shown are two animals at the SPCA Tampa Bay in Largo in November 2021.
  5. State and national agencies are advising — and in some cases giving tax incentives — for consumers to save energy by switching from gas appliances to electric.
  6. Gov. Ron DeSantis has released his proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
  7. Outlined in red, the 74-acre site of the proposed Anclote Harbor apartment complex touches the Anclote River to the north and U.S. 19 to the west. The project's Texas-based developer is pressing the city of Tarpon Springs for permits to begin construction, having won a court battle with a citizens group.
  8. The Boulevard, a 260-unit apartment complex at 2098 Seminole Blvd. in Largo, sold Jan. 20 to the Connor Group, an Ohio real estate investment firm, for $76.7 million.
  9. Rad Power Bikes' new Warehouse Arts District store, at 2400 5th Ave. S, just off the Pinellas Trail.
  10. Wine bottles sit on racks at the Wine Exchange Bistro & Wine Bar in Hyde Park Village.
  11. Hillsborough County plans to sue an insurance carrier to try to recoup $2.48 million it fronted CareerSource Tampa Bay to repay the U.S. Department of Labor over misspending identified in a federal audit.
  12. The Department of the Treasury's seal outside the Treasury Department building in Washington on May 4, 2021. The national debt is at the core of a dispute about how to raise the government's legal borrowing authority, which could come to a head this summer if the government runs out of accounting maneuvers to keep paying its bills.
  13. Hiring signs are displayed at a grocery store in Arlington Heights, Ill., in January. On Tuesday, the Labor Department reports on wages and benefits for U.S. workers during the October-December quarter.
  14. Waiting longer than 8 months will cause a Medicare penalty, whether or not you choose COBRA.
  15. A home for sale, 541 Locklie Street, on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in Dunedin.
  16. St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch gives his 2023 State of the City on the steps of City Hall on Monday.
  17. The downtown Tampa skyline is visible through a swimming pool cabana at the Tampa Edition hotel, which opened in October. Visit Tampa Bay reported that Hillsborough County hotels saw more than $1 billion in taxable revenue during 2022, a record.
  18. Florida tourism leaders continue to fret over a lag in international visitors as the industry anticipates tourism numbers for the final three months of 2022.
  19. Raising Cane's has hired more than 130 people to staff the Clearwater location, according to the company.
  20. FILE - A sign for the Chipotle restaurant in Pittsburgh's Market Square is pictured Feb. 8, 2016. Restaurants are beginning the new year with a recurring problem: labor shortages. Chipotle said Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023, that it is looking to hire 15,000 people in North America to ensure its stores are staffed up ahead of its busy spring season.
  21. A new Jeep is delivered to a dealership in Pittsburgh on Monday. A report released by the Commerce Department on Friday showed U.S. inflation and consumer spending cooled in December.
  22. Courtesy of Florida Trend
  23. Getty Image
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