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Gasparilla pirates arrr going green
Pirates spend most of their time pillaging and plundering, but during today's Gasparilla invasion and parade they also are encouraged to recycle.
Published on 01/26/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Book examines history of Tampa cemeteries
The city's first public burial ground opened in 1850, when Tampa had about 500 residents.
Published on 01/26/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Gasparilla Pirate Festival invades Tampa on Saturday

People seeking prime viewing spots for Gasparilla better arrive along the route considerably earlier Saturday than in prior years, parade officials warn.

Published on 01/24/13
Updated on 03/13/13
New pump station looks like a house
It is almost time to celebrate the grand opening of Tampa's first fake house.
Published on 01/19/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Gasparilla children's parade delights families along Bayshore

A flurry of Gasparilla fun along the city’s waterfront kicked off with today’s annual children’s parade.

Published on 01/19/13
Updated on 03/13/13
TGH houses for transplant patients ready by summer
Tampa General Hospital's two "transplant houses" on Davis Islands are expected to be available for use beginning this summer.
Published on 01/17/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Airline alums flying high again
Month after month, they come to La Teresita and share stories over coffee and toast about the good times working for the airline industry.
Published on 01/17/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Developer's plan calls for building 51 apartments
A developer is seeking to build 51 apartment units in the 4500 block of South Dale Mabry Highway.
Published on 01/17/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Improved Gasparilla kid's parade returns Saturday

The Gasparilla Children's Extravaganza includes a bike rodeo, an air invasion by the U.S. Special Ops parachute jump team and a parade and fireworks along Bayshore Boulevard. 

Published on 01/17/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Crashes drop at Tampa intersections with red-light cameras

City officials hoped catching red light runners on camera ultimately would reduce crashes.

Published on 01/04/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Founder of Tampa's Palma Ceia Academy dies

Recognizing the need for quality child care in South Tampa, Martha Bostwick Meadows launched Palma Ceia Academy in 1978.

Published on 01/03/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Red-light cameras run up $7.6 million in fines in first year

Red-light cameras produced $7.6 million in revenue in the first year of generating tickets for Tampa's drivers.

Published on 12/30/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Hillsborough's volunteer firefighters call it a day

While still on duty during his last official shift Saturday, Steve Prichard already had cleaned out his locker. All he had left to pack was the bedding from his bunk.

Published on 12/29/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Circus elephants march through Tampa

TAMPA Downtown motorists got a bit of a jolt Saturday afternoon – a pachyderm parade marched from Union Station toward the Forum.

Published on 12/29/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Tampa's Castellano & Pizzo restaurant closes after 120 years

Castellano & Pizzo, a market selling Italian goods since 1892 and run for five generations by one family, has shut down.

Published on 12/27/12
Updated on 03/13/13