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TAMPA — Chris Zaragoza and roommate Andrew Black, who share a rental home in Riverview with Zaragoza’s wife, were whiling away time on their driveway about 4 p.m. Tuesday waiting for a moving van to arrive,...
TAMPA — The Tampa Bay area scored two big manufacturing wins Thursday, with the announcements that a General Electric subsidiary will add 263 jobs in Clearwater and medical device company Covidien will add 165 in R...
TAMPA — One of the lead partners in the hotly anticipated Epicurean hotel, Joe Collier and his Tampa-based Mainsail Lodging...
Don North, news director for WFLA-TV NewsChannel 8, has left the station, a spokeswoman for station owner Media General said.
TAMPA — Harbour Island is the latest target of apartment developers’ voracious appetites, with developers eyeing land on both sides of The Plaza Harbour Island condominium.
TAMPA — Those reviled mortgages that helped sink Florida’s and the nation’s housing market — “liar loans” and interest-only loans — could be much harder to get come Janua...
TAMPA — Insurance giant USAA is upping its already big presence in Hillsborough County by adding as many as 1,215 new jobs in the next five years, one of the biggest economic development projects in years.
TAMPA — A Tampa firm is moving forward with plans for a mixed-use hotel, residential and retail project on the Encore site just northeast of downtown, starting with a 380-unit hotel contingent on a deal in the wor...
TAMPA — Developers may get a shot at remaking the Florida State Fairgrounds after a vote Friday by the fairgrounds’ governing board, which could lead to hotels, shops or even rodeo arenas there.
TAMPA — If you owned one of the Tampa Bay area’s biggest mansions set on a quiet lake in the tony Avila neighborhood, it might be tough to give it up.
TAMPA — The Tampa Bay area’s apartment boom shows no signs of slowing down, with at least two more developers planning nearly 600 apartments in Hillsborough County.
TAMPA — Land developers have wanted a piece of the Florida State Fairgrounds for years because of its prime location near two interstate highways and its acres of unused land.
Internet retailer Amazon plans two fulfillment centers: One in Ruskin to ship small items like books, and one in Lakeland to handle larger item like kayaks. The sites plans to hire 1,000 people total.
Crescent Heights has bought downtown Tampa’s Element, a 34-story apartment building at left, for $98 million from ST Residential of Chicago.
The Tampa Bay area’s red-hot housing market cooled a bit last month, but Realtors say it’s still going strong despite threats from higher interest rates and high flood insurance rates.
TAMPA — If the TV studios ever make an “Extreme Makeover: Life Edition,” they might start with Reginald “Dwayne” Betts.
The Tampa Bay Rays attracted 18,646 fans per night to Tropicana Field in the 2013 season, far below the average Major League Baseball team average of 30,444.
TAMPA — Ruskin has landed a massive new employer, with confirmation Thursday that online retailer Amazon will open a distribution center in the south Hillsborough County community employing 1,000 permanent employe...
TAMPA — One of the Tampa area’s biggest law firms, Carlton Fields, will add more than 70 lawyers as it merges with another firm.