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Tuesday, Sep 23, 2014


Editorial: Al Lang deal deserving of support

There’s much to like about the deal St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and developer Bill Edwards have struck over the future management of historic Al Lang Stadium.
Published: 09/13/14

Tribune endorsement: Voters should embrace Greenlight Pinellas

Greenlight Pinellas critics like to portray the transit plan as a boondoggle that will fund empty buses and build an archaic rail system few people will use.
Published: 09/12/14

Tribune endorsement: Vote “no” on Amendment 3

Making appointments to the Florida Supreme Court and to state appellate courts are among the most lasting and consequential decisions that governors make.
Published: 09/15/14

Editorial: Flawed condo law is assault on property rights

Condominium owners in Florida should be free to sell their units at a price of their choosing.
Published: 09/12/14

Editorial: Reviving a park, a neighborhood and a waterfront

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn calls the proposed overhaul of Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park the “biggest undertaking in the park system that the city has ever undertaken.”
Published: 09/11/14
Fitting tribute to a day of sacrifice

Fitting tribute to a day of sacrifice

A fitting tribute to the sacrifices made 13 years ago will come today as the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office dedicates a 9/11 memorial at its headquarters in Ybor City.
Published: 09/11/14

The new face of domestic violence

The NFL and Baltimore Ravens promptly junked Ray Rice when a video was released showing him knocking out his then-fiancée in an elevator.
Published: 09/10/14

Editorial: Slice medical device tax

The Wall Street Journal reports that Senate Republicans, hoping to gain the Senate majority in this year’s elections, are preparing an agenda aimed at extracting concessions from President Obama, rather than sweeping demands that would result ...
Published: 09/09/14

Editorial: Rare panther’s arrival a sign of progress

The recent discovery of a Florida panther track in the Green Swamp is an encouraging sign for the species and another reminder of the need to establish a wildlife corridor linking one end of the state to the other.
Published: 09/06/14

Editorial: Hailing a compromise in taxi wars

It’s important that safety be front-and-center in the negotiations between the agency that regulates taxis in Hillsborough County and the two independent ride-sharing companies that are redefining the industry across this country and in dozens...
Published: 09/07/14