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Interfaith minister brings folks ‘Together in Peace’

Interfaith minister brings folks ‘Together in Peace’

CARROLLWOOD — Interfaith minister Nancy Mercurio avoids political arguments.
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Powerstories Theatre presents a play that travels through voting rights history

Powerstories Theatre presents a play that travels through voting rights history

TAMPA — With the ease of today’s voting process, it’s natural to forget the fights that made it possible to step into the booth and make a choice.
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Pepin students shine with Holt’s work-training program

Pepin students shine with Holt’s work-training program

TAMPA — Pepin Academies founder Crisha Murray-Scolaro made a phone call 10 years ago that would dramatically change the lives of dozens of the charter school’s students.
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Transportation at center of special Tampa City Council election

Transportation at center of special Tampa City Council election

TAMPA — The Tampa City Council race on the Nov. 8 ballot is unusual for a lot of reasons.
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Sunday Conversation: Don Aiken completes 2,200-mile hike on the Appalachian Trail

Sunday Conversation: Don Aiken completes 2,200-mile hike on the Appalachian Trail

In March, Don Aiken chose his 60th birthday to begin his solo walk across the Appalachian Trail.
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Shriners Hospitals for Children – Tampa offers first concussion center for children

Shriners Hospitals for Children – Tampa offers first concussion center for children

TAMPA — Dr. Richard Radecki has practiced as a pediatric physiatrist — what he describes as a fancy term for being a “rehab doc” — for more than 30 years.
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Chesney McMurphy, ESPN reporter’s daughter, blossoms into SportsCenter star

Chesney McMurphy, ESPN reporter’s daughter, blossoms into SportsCenter star

She’s an everyday 12-year-old girl, focused on her schoolwork, her friends and her love for performing, whether it’s singing, dancing or appearing in a musical theatre production.
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Gallery owner looks to unite art communities

Gallery owner looks to unite art communities

After living in Tampa for 22 years, artist and Kokol Art Studio + Gallery owner, Beth Kokol recently made a move to St. Petersburg.
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MacDill hosts second annual international symposium on warrior care

MacDill hosts second annual international symposium on warrior care

Over the last 15 years of war, battlefield health care has improved so much that about 90 percent of U.S. troops injured in battle survive. That’s a far better rate than during World War II, when just about 66 percent of troops survived.
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Abstractors may provide an alternate avenue if you’ve hit a genealogical dead end

Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
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