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Rays turn to rookie pitchers for Yankees, Red Sox series
The Rays have set their rotation for the three-game series in Boston that begins with Tuesday’s doubleheader.
Published on 06/17/13
Men face trial in slaying of St. Pete prostitute
On Christmas Day in 2011, a 42-year-old prostitute named Stacia Berman was found dead in Lake Maggiore. Her body was wrapped in a bed skirt, her neck entwined with an electrical cord, her head covered with two plastic bags.
Published on 06/17/13
Industrial land becoming a precious commodity
Few drivers on a fast-moving stretch of Gandy Boulevard would give a second glance at the 5-acre plot overgrown with weeds and skirted by power lines from a neighboring Progress Energy substation.
Published on 06/16/13
Davis leads Royals past Rays
Wade Davis beat his former team as the Rays finished a disappointing 4-6 homestand with a 5-3 defeat Sunday.
Published on 06/16/13
Rays calling up Myers to major leagues
The centerpiece of the offseason James Shields trade will join the team in Boston.
Published on 06/16/13
Updated on 06/17/13
Today's fathers do more around the home
Today's dads take a bigger role in raising kids. They change diapers, take turns in the midnight feedings, drive children to school and soccer practice and play catch and dolls.
Published on 06/16/13
Teachers anxious about change to Common Core
Students will take Florida Comprehensive Assessment Tests one more year before switching to tougher standardized tests under the Common Core, a set of nationwide academic standards.
Published on 06/16/13
Nostalgia, subsidies keep Sunken Gardens open
Most old Florida tourist attractions are transformed into something more lucrative, or practical, when they begin to fade. Sunken Gardens, however, has endured.
Published on 06/15/13
Rays' Cobb hit by line drive in win over Royals
Alex Cobb was struck on the head during Saturday's 5-3 victory at Tropicana Field.
Published on 06/15/13
Updated on 06/16/13
St. Pete art scene thrives, but market sags
Many galleries and eclectic boutiques offering local artists' creations have appeared along Central Avenue, Beach Drive and in the Warehouse Arts District in the past decade.
Published on 06/15/13
It’s Moore of the same in Rays loss
Normally, Joe Maddon will walk out of the clubhouse and head to the dugout feeling good about the Tampa Bay Rays’ chances that night.
Published on 06/15/13
Rays’ Longoria has plantar fasciitis, will be DH
Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria has plantar fasciitis, painful inflammation on the sole of the foot, in his right foot.
Published on 06/14/13
Rays Notes: Longoria fighting foot problem
3B Evan Longoria served as the designated hitter Friday against the Royals for the second straight game and the third time this week. The reason is a case a plan...
Published on 06/14/13
St. Pete drafting regulations to allow small urban farms
Small urban farms have sprung up in communities across the United States, catering to a growing demand for locally grown and organic produce.
Published on 06/14/13
Life is good on ‘Edge’ near Trop in St. Petersburg
Denise Rispoli didn’t think much of the neighborhood when she moved her organic café into a storefront on Central Avenue near 16th Street in 2009.
Published on 06/14/13