TAMPA — Hillsborough County’s internal auditor position was approved by voters to increase efficiency in county government and save taxpayers’ dollars.
TAMPA — Hillsborough County government continues its Go Hillsborough public meetings this week, gathering public comments on proposed transportation improvement projects.
Marred by dark, dank spaces and unlovingly constructed from large concrete slabs, parking garages have long been the bane of city planners looking to beautify urban areas.
ST. PETERSBURG – City Public Works Administrator Mike Connors, who has headed the city’s largest and most controversial projects, retired Monday after meeting with Mayor Rick Kriseman.
MADISON, Wis. – Republican Scott Walker’s plan for repealing and replacing President Barack Obama’s health care law hinges on what many see as a nearly insurmountable obstacle – getting 60 votes in the Senate.
TAMPA — It’s a well-worn chestnut that Mayor Bob Buckhorn has trotted out on the campaign trail, in front of civic boosters and, well, anyone who will listen.
TAMPA — The floodwaters that inundated Tampa recently have largely receded, but the dispute over how to tackle flooding may not reach its high-water mark until Thursday.
Anti-abortion activists are protesting today at more than a dozen Planned Parenthood facilities across Florida, including those in Tampa and St. Petersburg.
TAMPA — A new federal grant will provide at-risk students in Hillsborough County mental health services both in and out of school.