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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
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
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
New building at Christ the King almost ready
Christ the King Catholic School's new 43,000-square-foot classroom building will open in early January, right as the new semester begins.
Published on 12/26/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Changes mark a landmark year in South, Central Tampa

New buildings were opened and historic structures lost during a transformative 12 months for the city of Tampa in 2012.

Published on 12/26/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Tides delay West Shore dredging project
Although a planned dredging project for canals in the West Shore area is moving forward, dredging isn't expected to begin until spring.
Published on 12/26/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Kalupa's Bakery closing; Datz buying property

A culinary landmark in South Tampa – Kalupa's Bakery on South MacDill Avenue – is closing.

Published on 12/21/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Robinson High college, career center helps students plan

Robinson High School has a new College and Career Center where students can research everything from colleges to scholarship opportunities to technical careers.

Published on 12/19/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Former ROTC building provides space for UT classrooms, offices
After renovations and expansions, a building that formerly housed the ROTC on the University of Tampa's campus will be used for classroom, office and administrative space.
Published on 12/19/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Snow machines to turn Seventh Avenue into winter wonderland

A stretch of Seventh Avenue is set to become a winter wonderland — at least for a couple of hours.

Published on 12/12/12
Updated on 03/13/13
Inspiration for 'Hoop Dreams' coming to UT

As a teenager the diminutive Arthur Agee dreamed of breaking free from being poor in inner-city Chicago, of becoming famous and playing in the NBA – accomplishing what so few can do.

Published on 11/14/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Haunted house raises $600 for gazebo restoration

A haunted house on DeSoto Street this Halloween season raised $600 for the reconstruction of Port Tampa's fallen gazebo.

Published on 10/31/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Hyde Park Village stages annual art fair

From photography to jewelry to life-size sculptures, a range of artwork was displayed and sold today at the 23rd annual Hyde Park Village Art Fair.

Published on 10/27/12
Updated on 03/18/13