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Proving that nearly any culinary idea can be transformed or calorically beatified with the addition of doughnuts, downtown Tampa will soon behold a bold innovation: TheDonut Cuban Sandwich.
Updated: 7 hours ago
Outdoor enthusiasts here’s your chance to work at a store made just for you.
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Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and other officials will give West Tampa residents the opportunity to help shape redevelopment plans in that area with the second of two community meetings.
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An attorney and his wife had long admired the landmark estate on the banks of the Hillsborough River built by Art and Polly Pepin.
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CLEARWATER — There’s no going back to the days when only cottages and mid-size motels looked out over the Gulf of Mexico here.
TAMPA — Perhaps there never will be a simple reason why one retailer prospers while another falters. Why did Victoria’s Secret attract pretty much 99 percent of the women’s underwear market while Frederick’s of Hollywood close...
The House on Friday joined the Senate in supporting the end of the state’s prohibition on brewers being able to fill 64-ounce containers known as “growlers” for off-site consumption. Currently, brewers can only fill containers of other sizes.
Hillsborough County officials confirm they are in advanced talks about how to move the struggling Museum of Science and Industry from Fowler Avenue to the 40-plus-acre area Jeff Vinik is redeveloping on the downtown Tampa waterfront.
It wasn’t the stripper school that earned the Odessa mansion a unanimous finding of non-compliance by the code enforcement board. The mansion ran afoul of the county by holding special events without a permit and running a business in a residential district.
A computer outage hit thousands of Starbucks stores, and some gave away free drinks before many closed early to the dismay of caffeine-craving patrons.
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