1. Hospitality workers protest over unemployment benefits outside a beauty salon where Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was speaking on May 2 in Orlando. (AP Photo/John Raoux) [JOHN RAOUX  |  AP]
  2. Barbara Friesl, of Dunedin, center, shops on May 22 at Clearwater's Westfield Countryside Mall where a large image of Tampa Bay Lightning star forward Steven Stamkos anchors the end of a second-floor breezeway. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
  3. Pasco County new teachers Kaitlyn Geddes  and Kevin Knibbs work on creating engaging lessons during a planning session before classes begin for 2019-20. New teachers could see their minimum pay increase by more than $5,000, if budget projections hold. [JEFFREY S. SOLOCHEK  |  Times Staff Writer]
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  5. Katy Anello, a former detention deputy for the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, threatens to kill rioters and mocks protesters in a video that her former employer called "appalling." [Twitter]
  6. JoAnne Glenn is cheered by her staff as deputy superintendent Ray Gadd and other district officials surprise her with the announcement that she is Pasco County's 2020 Principal of the Year. [JEFFREY S. SOLOCHEK  |  Times Staff]
  7. West Pasco Government Center. Times (2019) [Special to the Times]
  8. Pasco County school superintendent Kurt Browning, left, faces an election challenge from principal David LaRoche in August. Browning on Tuesday demoted LaRoche to assistant principal at another school. [Courtesy of Kurt Browning, David LaRoche]
  9. A local St. Petersburg resident gets tested for COVID-19 testing during a free drive-up and walk-up testing site coordinated by the Florida Department of Health Pinellas County on Saturday May 2, 2020 at the Frank H Pierce Recreation Center at Bartlett Park. [Boyzell Hosey]
  10. University of South Florida president Steve Currall, left, and St. Petersburg College president Tonjua Williams have released statements on the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the protests that have ensued. [JOHN PENDYGRAFT | Times 2019 / Times (2017)]
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  12. The commercial boom at Cypress Creek Town Center continued last year with the construction of an Aldi grocery store on the south side of State Road 56. Across the highway, workers were also building three restaurants from the Bloomin' Brands chain. [C.T. BOWEN  |  Times]
  13. Hudson High principal David LaRoche and Bayonet Point Middle teacher Cynthia Thompson seek to become Pasco County schools superintendent. [Courtesy of David LaRoche, Cynthia Thompson]
  14. Airplanes are pictured on the tarmac as a Southwest plane takes off behind them at Tampa International Airport on May 7. The Federal Aviation Administration is considering changes to the routes over North Pinellas that westbound flights take after they leave the airport. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  15. A group of peaceful protesters gather at Curtis Hixon Park to demand justice for George Floyd and other victims police brutality on Sunday, May 31, 2020, in downtown Tampa. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD  |  Times]
  16. Pasco County student athletes represent the school district while in uniform. That's why the School Board will consider stricter rules against those who misuse social media while in uniform. [ALEJANDRO TAMAYO  |  Special to the Times]
  17. Long lines for food distributions, like this one in early May staffed by Feeding Tampa Bay, are one indicator that the pandemic has forced a new group of people to seek help. Local nonprofits say the need is huge. [LUIS SANTANA  |  Times]
  18. Protesters and local law enforcement clash near the University of South Florida in Tampa in response to death of George Floyd on Saturday. Floyd died after being custody while pinned to the ground by a Minneapolis Police Officer's knee for several minutes. [OCTAVIO JONES  |  Times]
  19. Feeding Tampa Bay volunteers carry boxes of food into waiting cars during a mega-pantry drive-through operation at the State College of Florida on Tuesday. [MARTHA ASENCIO RHINE  |  Times]
  20. Port Richey City Hall. [Times (2019)]
  21. People walk around Sparkman Wharf in Tampa on Memorial Day. [DIRK SHADD  |  Times]
  22. Saint Leo University announced it would close 17 of its campuses across the country. It plans to reopen its Florida campus in August, but close after Thanksgiving to contain the spread of coronavirus.
  23. Tranzact, which has been in Tampa for a little more than a decade, employs about 250 people who usually work out of an office on W Waters Avenue near the Veterans Expressway. It is looking to hire 240 more. (Google street view) [Google street view]