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Tuesday, May 03, 2016
U.S. team practices at MacDill for paralympic-style ‘Invictus’ games
Team U.S. wheelchair rugby player with ball Sgt. Eric Rodriguez, (medically retired), tries to roll through traffic during a training session at the gymnasium on MacDill AFB. They will compete next week in the international Invictus games held in Orlando. JAY CONNER/STAFF
More than 100 U.S. service members and veterans, across all branches and U.S. Special Operations Command, will compete for Team U.S., the American military’s entry into next week’s Invictus Games.
In Tampa, parking fines and forfeitures are budgeted to bring in about $1.6 million in the 2016 financial year. Most parking fines are either $25 or $30. TRIBUNE FILE PHOTO
Tampa council considers parking ticket credit for food donations at holidays
Lightning’s Callahan is thorn in foes’ side
The original design of the memorial included a ship sitting atop a concrete structure surrounded by concrete slabs, some of which formed a pattern resembling a Maltese cross, a symbol often associated with the Confederacy. VETERANS MEMORIAL PARK AND MUSEUM COMMITTE
Southern heritage supporters sue over design of Civil War memorial
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