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Tuesday, Dec 06, 2016
$30 million later, old Tampa armory to reopen as Jewish Community Center
Up to 1,000 people can be seated in theater style seating at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center's event space.  The room is modular so it can be configured in a variety of ways to accommodate different sized groups.  [JAMES BORCHUCK   |   Times]
TAMPA — The day the Fort Homer W. Hesterly Armory was dedicated in 1941 was overshadowed by a nation's outrage and grief.
Du Dang reacts after winning Capcom Cup, the world championship of
Tampa Bay's 'NuckleDu' wins $230,000 prize in 'Street Fighter V' tournament (w/ video)
Ohio State: The Buckeyes have a loyal fan base of shivering Midwesterners who would love to fly south in January.
The College Football Championship could bring 100,000 visitors to Tampa Bay, but from where?
Plant's Thomas Allen calls plays between downs during Plant High School's Black and Gold Spring Scrimmage game on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 in Tampa.
Fennelly: Brief detour back to Tampa for new IU coach Tom Allen

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Syrian government forces advance on 2 fronts in Aleppo
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Census says 13 Fla. counties must offer ballots in Spanish
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Sheriff: Alabama burglary suspect was naked when captured
More than 200 Christmas wreaths stolen from Maine farm
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