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Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014
Home sales, inventory climb in Tampa metropolitan area
BLAST OR MAIN IMAGE -- As part of this area’s preparation for more exports, Port Tampa Bay will replace its 36-year-old gantry cranes with a pair of cranes that can reach further across the decks of the newer, wider Post Panamex ships that will be used when the expansion of the Panama Canal is complete. The port is also working to expand its container business both in and out of Tampa. Photo provided by the Port of Tampa.
The Tampa metro region is already exporting enough merchandise to be named among the top 50 exporting areas in the nation.
With polls suggesting a tight race, Greenlight supporters are launching a new social media campaign for residents to share stories about why transit would improve their life. The campaign also got a boost with another $25,0000 donation from the Tampa Bay Rays, bring the team's total donation to Greenlight to $50,000. Photo of main campaign website found at http://www.voteyesongreenlight.com/
Greenlight Pinellas campaign becomes social
Latest wrong-way crash on interstate kills woman
St. Louis Rams quarterback Austin Davis (9) throws a pass while being pressured by Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end Larry English (57) during the second quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Brian Blanco)  ORG XMIT: OTKCO145
Slowed by injuries, Bucs’ defensive line struggling to play with consistency


Hall of fame helps Gators build legacy

Tom Jackson Recent arrivals — let’s say anyone who’s shown up since Don Buck broke ground at Meadow Pointe — might have trouble believing Land O’ Lakes was once not much more than a wide place along State Road 54 on the drive from New Port Richey to Zephyrhills. I mean, if people did that sort of thing.

The illusion of driverless cars
Editorial endorsement: Amendment 1: Saving Florida’s brand
Teamwork at TGH and USF
Letters to the editor: The president’s visit
Letter of the Day: If you can’t pledge allegiance, can you really serve country?