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  1. CBD oil in a bottle with dropper May 7, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  2. St. Petersburg's Climate First Bank will move into its new headquarters at 182 37th Ave. N by around April 2022.
  3. Mayoral candidate Ken Welch speaks to reporters after casting his vote on Election Day at Lake Vista Recreation Center, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 in St. Petersburg.
  4. WFLA announced its new Max Defender 8 Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Berardelli.
  5. All assets from St. Petersburg’s iconic Biff-Burger are set to be sold at auction next week.
  6. St. Petersburg city officials presented the City Council with a new allocation of $45.4 million from the American Rescue Plan Act. Affordable housing projects received $5 million more than what was presented in August.
  7. Paloma Mejia, 34, adds hops into the whirlpool while brewing Jai Alai IPA at Cigar City Brewing in Tampa. The local craft beer industry — still a heavily male-dominated field — is attracting more women to the profession.
  8. Thousands of people browse local vendors during the Shopapalooza Festival at Vinoy Park on Saturday in St. Petersburg.
  9. Smiling faces and bright colors are seen along the route of the 2021 Tampa Pride Diversity Parade on May 22 in Ybor City. Tampa and St. Petersburg got perfect scores in the Human Rights Campaign’s annual LGBTQ+ equality index.
  10. Sun Country Airlines' direct flight between St. Pete-Clearwater International Airport and Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn., began Thursday.
  11. A sign at a Tampa Winn Dixie announces employees will have Thanksgiving off.
  12. University of Florida President Kent Fuchs sent a message to the campus community addressing the recent controversy over academic freedom.
  13. Enchant Christmas at Tropicana Field returns Nov. 26, turning the baseball field into a massive holiday winter wonderland.
  14. St. Petersburg police are looking for a man who robbed an Iberia Bank on Monday.
  15. Ferg's Sports Bar & Grill is one of several St. Petersburg's Central Avenue businesses accepting Bitcoin as payment.
  16. Ken Welch appears at an election night party on Nov. 2 in St. Petersburg. He was declared the winner in the St. Petersburg mayoral race.
  17. The angular peninsula jutting into St. Petersburg's Bayboro Harbor is home to the USF College of Marine Science. Plans call for a wing of the college to be demolished to make way for an $80 million oceanographic research center. USF hopes to secure $30 million toward the project during the 2022 legislative session. At right is Albert Whitted Airport.
  18. SPPD Officer Cody Csendom, 26, was arrested on a DUI charge early Monday after striking several utility poles in his personal truck, deputies said.
  19. On Thursday, state Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo signed an emergency rule outlining a number of exemptions an employee can claim to avoid a workplace vaccine mandate.
  20. From left, State Attorney General Ashley Moody, House Speaker Chris Sprowls and Senate President Wilton Simpson stand behind Gov. Ron DeSantis at a news conference last week. DeSantis said Monday he is asking the Legislature to temporarily lower the state gas tax.
  21. Samuel Boutros, owner of the historic Kress building in downtown St. Petersburg, has been accused of inappropriate sexual behavior by six people.
  22. Check tampabay.com for the latest breaking news and updates.
  23. This photo collage (left to right) shows the Cuban sandwich on the menu at Dirty Laundry in St. Petersburg, the payphone where guests get a password and outdoor seating.
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