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Superhero run draws Center Place art supporters

Cape-able Event Superhero run draws Center Place art supporters

BRANDON — Superheroes of all shapes and colors descended on the Center Place Fine Arts and Civic Association this month, where runners and walkers of all ages gathered to support the arts....
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Foreign-matter contamination prompts Pilgrim’s Pride recall

WACO, Texas – Pilgrim’s Pride ordered a massive recall of cooked chicken products Tuesday after consumers and federal meat inspectors found contamination by such foreign material as wood, plastic, rubber and metal.
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USF class hears about tough transitions from young refugees

USF class hears about tough transitions from young refugees

TAMPA — Marry Htoo didn’t like pizza when she arrived in the U.S. several years ago — after living for years in a refugee camp in Thailand.
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Scene and Heard

Scene and Heard

Judeo Christian Health Clinic ‘An Affair of the Heart’
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Know rules before you visit a cemetery

An age-old rite for genealogists is to explore the cemeteries where our ancestors, we hope, are resting in peace.
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How Does Your Garden Grow? ‘I have a sink or swim attitude’

How Does Your Garden Grow? ‘I have a sink or swim attitude’

NIKKI COUTURE/ SEMINOLE HEIGHTS
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Could your home landscape be a Water-Wise winner?

It’s that time of year again, when Tampa Bay Water sponsors the annual Community Water-Wise Award Program for Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties.
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Tarpon Springs family struggles to support sick infant as financial strains mount

Tarpon Springs family struggles to support sick infant as financial strains mount

Jeff Burke lay on a gurney in an ambulance and stared in disbelief as Officer George Phillips handed him a $166 ticket. Through painful breaths restricted by a neck brace, Burke calmly gave the officer his statement.
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Hoover the tiger finds ‘forever home’ in Tampa

Hoover the tiger finds ‘forever home’ in Tampa

TAMPA — After nearly a decade in captivity and being forced to work in a roadside Peruvian circus, Hoover the tiger arrived in Tampa on Saturday morning, just in time to celebrate his 12th birthday.
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Learning Gate’s ‘EcoFest’ a lesson in environmental values

Learning Gate’s ‘EcoFest’ a lesson in environmental values

TAMPA — Sustainability was in the spotlight Saturday as people gathered in Lowry Park to shop for local goods and learn about the Earth, as part of a belated Earth Day celebration.
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