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  1. Sophie Delott, 17, was killed by an impaired driver while riding her bike over the Indian Rocks Beach Causeway Bridget in 2019. A 'DUI wolf pack' operation this weekend in Pinellas County is dedicated in her memory.
  2. Regal will feature kid favorites such as “The Lego Movie” for $2 on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings this summer. In the movie, Lego Batman is voiced by Will Arnett; Wyldstyle is voiced by Elizabeth Banks; and Emmet Brickowski is voiced by Chris Pratt.
  3. Tal Zentmeyer, 2nd AC, snaps a slate for a scene for the film "Baked With a Kiss" at Walsingham Park in Seminole.
  4. A rendering shows 3 Daughters Brewing's new pub at St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport. Announced in 2019, the bar and restaurant officially opened Wednesday.
  5. Robert Dinwiddie of St. Petersburg gets his nose swabbed during a COVID-19 test at Tropicana Field on Feb. 7. The test site closed two weeks later, part of a wave of closures that has left both sides of Tampa Bay, for the time being, without a free, walk-up site.
  6. Tampa Bay Times journalists Sam Ogozalek, left, and Hannah Critchfield are both fellows with Report for America.
  7. State Rep. Chris Latvala, left, originally filed to run in 2024 for Pinellas County Commission District 5, currently held by Karen Seel, right. A new state law allows him to run this year instead.
  8. Under the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s guidelines, “high” community level is the threshold when federal health officials recommend that all residents wear a well-fitting mask in public indoor spaces.
  9. Roofers install shingles on a stilt home on Mexico Beach, seven months after Hurricane Michael made landfall, destroying many of the structures in the small coastal Panhandle town.
  10. Andrew Potts, 61, left, displays two bearded dragons as his brother Bob Potts, 53, has a trio of geckos climbing around in his hands at Herp Hobby Shop Reptile Breeding Center at 700 St Petersburg Drive W in Oldsmar. The brothers have owned the pet shop for over 30 years.
  11. Diego Moreno, 1, looks while Walgreens pharmacist Bhargavi Patel gives his mother Juanita Gonzalez a free flu shot in Plant City in October 2020. The flu had been less of a problem during the COVID-19 pandemic, when masks and social distancing were in effect, but now Tampa Bay is seeing a rise in cases at an unusual time of year.
  12. The amphitheater is pictured on the left in this rendering of the $84 million Imagine Clearwater waterfront renovation. The park is under construction with a completion target of July 2023.
  13. Eleanor Walker, 4, left, and Edie Walker, 5, visit with Hope at her home in July 2020 inside the Kate Tidemann & Ellen Cotton Main Pool and Window of Wonder at the Ruth and J.O. Stone Dolphin Complex. The Clearwater Marine Aquarium opened an $80 million expansion thanks to fundraising and attendance that surged in the last 10 years because of Winter the dolphin. Winter died in November.
  14. Greg Sgrignoli, 63, catches a small crevalle jack from the north Skyway Fishing Pier. The Pennsylvania man visits often to fish from the pier.
  15. This photo from the L. Ron Hubbard Library shows Hubbard, the founder of Scientology, in the south of France in 1968.
  16. The Church of Scientology's Flag Building at 215 S Fort Harrison Ave. in downtown Clearwater.
  17. Flooded furniture and personal belongings of Diane Carr, 59, lie in her yard the morning after Tropical Storm Eta at the Twin City Manufactured Home Community in St. Petersburg. Eta flooded thousands of properties in Pinellas County in November 2020.
  18. Christian Hardigree speaks during a news conference via Zoom on May 18, 2022, after she was selected as the new regional chancellor at the University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus.
  19. The site of the 60-unit residential project approved by the Clearwater Community Development Board on May 17, 2022, is seen from the south end at the corner of Cedar Street and Blanche B Littlejohn Trail. The Pinellas Trail is to the east, beyond the guardrail at far right.
  20. Kevin Hendrick, as a finalist for the job of Pinellas Schools Superintendent speaks to the crowd during a meet and greet at Pinellas County School District headquarters on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 in Largo. The School Board voted unanimously on May 17 to give him the job.
  21. Students from Pinellas County private schools are graduating this month along with their peers in area public schools.
  22. Seniors applaud at the conclusion of the Star-Spangled Banner during Pinellas Park High School's graduation ceremony at Tropicana Field in 2019. Ceremonies for the Class of 2022 begin Thursday at the Trop, where all but three Pinellas high schools will hold their commencements.
  23. Clearwater is one of 27 towns or cities in Florida that own a natural gas utility, and Clearwater Gas is the fourth-largest of the municipally owned systems.
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