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LUTZ — Amid the annual caravan of red, white and blue proclaiming freedom, one float in the Lutz Fourth of July parade will be decorated in the name of protest.
TAMPA — Retailers in Hyde Park Village, south Tampa’s historic outdoor retail campus, recognize that summer months can be slow.
BRANDON — After 12 years of offering local families a Fourth of July fun and fireworks party called Brandon Blast, Westfield Brandon mall has decided to permanently discontinue the event that drew approximately 15,000 people annually.
TAMPA — The plans for a condominium tower at the former site of the Colonnade restaurant on Bayshore Boulevard are moving forward.
Commuters who have had to go out of their way to navigate through South Tampa the last month will find some welcome relief today.
TAMPA — Motorists tired of looking for alternate routes through South Tampa are getting a very early Christmas gift from construction crews: S West Shore Boulevard is set to reopen Friday.
TAMPA — The grass was still wet with dew when 12-year-old Amari Scott cautiously shuffled through his yard and glanced at his neighbor’s house, where a Florida black bear was perched in a tree.
TAMPA — Historic preservation faces a cloudy future in some corners of this city as membership in the Tampa Historical Society dwindles — from a peak of 300 people to just five today.
BRANDON — Local adventurers will soon be able to “skydive” without having to jump off an airplane, instead floating on a cushion of air generated by giant fans at an indoor skydiving center planned for Brandon.
Three 18-foot holes stare out from the massive concrete structure that will become St. Stephen Catholic Church’s new sanctuary in Riverview.
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