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TAMPA — “Black lives matter” has become a touchstone issue in the United States in the past two years. It’s a message that Warren Dawson has dedicated his whole professional life to furthering.
After a nationwide hunt, the Greater Plant City Chamber of Commerce found its new president within a 10-mile radius of its office.
What I Ate: Curry houses can be found in almost every corner in my native England. But Indian cuisine is still something of a novelty in Tampa Bay, so I was delighted to find a variety of meat and vegetarian dishes on the menu at Tandoor.
BRANDON — Leigh Dittman, a longtime patient at Shriners Hospitals for Children-Tampa, recently spent her second consecutive year serving as a counselor at the Shriners’ Camp Care-A-Lot.
In August 2015, Rabbi Jason Rosenberg, leader at Congregation Beth Am in Tampa, joined the Journey for Justice.
Tampa police use Taser to subdue man who resisted arrest playing Pokémon Go after hours at park (w/video)
TAMPA — Police used a Taser on a 20-year-old man who was so focused on playing Pokémon Go he refused to leave Ballast Point Park, a local hot-spot for the popular smartphone game.
BRANDON — Last July, the parking lot to Bass Pro Shops was flooded with hundreds of people welcoming the outdoors retailer to Tampa Bay.
BRANDON — Exciting developments keep coming to Brandon.
TAMPA — The historic Colonnade restaurant on Bayshore Boulevard in Tampa was nothing more than a pile of dirt and rubble Tuesday.
CITRUS PARK — Harry Gurr walks through a wooden building he calls a “museum.”
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