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Three years after women disappeared, families still wait for answers

Three years after women disappeared, families still wait for answers

Editor’s note: A version of this story published in the Plant City Courier.
Updated: 7 minutes ago

Tampa pedestrian killed while crossing Bearss Avenue

A Tampa man was killed Saturday night when he was struck while crossing Bearss Avenue.
Updated: 9 minutes ago
Taste of Boston seafood restaurant reels in customers at new sites

Taste of Boston seafood restaurant reels in customers at new sites

LUTZ — George Illes figured it was a time for a change.
Updated: 10 hours ago
St. Pete College Midtown to host opening festivities

St. Pete College Midtown to host opening festivities

ST. PETERSBURG — The much-anticipated St. Petersburg College Midtown campus is ready to welcome its first class of students when the fall semester begins this month.
Published: 08/01/15
Graduates of Georgia college help alma mater as volunteer recruiters

Graduates of Georgia college help alma mater as volunteer recruiters

PLANT CITY – William H. Bryant and David A. Smith graduated from Fort Valley State University more than four decades ago.
Published: 08/01/15
Missing 12-year-old Wimauma girl found safe

Missing 12-year-old Wimauma girl found safe

Authorities have located a 12-year-old girl who went missing from her Wimauma home Wednesday night.
Published: 07/31/15
Deputies: Tampa men sold Spice at Carrollwood smoke shops

Deputies: Tampa men sold Spice at Carrollwood smoke shops

Two Tampa men were arrested Thursday after a search of three Carrollwood-area smoke shops determined they were selling synthetic marijuana known as “Spice.”
Published: 07/31/15

Pinellas motorcyclist, 51, killed in collision on I-4 in Plant City

A Pinellas County man was killed early Friday after his motorcycle clipped the rear of a car, overturned and hit a concrete barrier on Interstate 4 in Plant City, troopers said.
Published: 07/31/15
Bus tour reveals eyesores in Colonial Hills

Bus tour reveals eyesores in Colonial Hills

HOLIDAY — Most Colonial Hills residents keep their homes well-maintained, said Kelly Miller, president of the subdivision’s civic association. But some landlords of rental properties and owners of vacant, bank-foreclosed homes let their...
Published: 07/31/15

Zephyrhills’ tax rate set but not final

ZEPHYRHILLS — City leaders this week set the tax rate for next year slightly higher than this year’s rate: 6.42 mils for fiscal 2015-16 compared to the existing 6.14 mils.
Published: 07/31/15