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Spanish translations? Decipher ancient Ottoman? Tampa's Sean Hopwood will translate anything
Sean Hopwood's interest in languages turned into the type of small business that underpins our economy.
Published: 01/17/19
Director of Pinellas County Contractor Licensing Department resigns amid review
Glenn Wardell had worked for the county for 23 years.
Updated: 9 hours ago
Pinellas tourism leader David Downing took vacation on taxpayers' dime
The way David Downing recorded payroll hours helped him collect thousands in payouts for unused vacation time.
Updated: 5 hours ago
Blind Tiger Cafe extends its domain to Westchase
The popular Tampa speakeasy shop will soon open its fourth location in the bay area with a new element this time around.
Published on 01/17/19
Taylor Morrison adds townhomes to mix in Wesley Chapel
The popular home buyeing company adds townhomes in the highly sought-after New Tampa area.
Published on 01/17/19
Miami-originated Razzledazzle Barbershop now open in Riverview
Barbershop allows patrons to step back to the 1940s.
Published on 01/17/19
Updated on 01/18/19
Satin & Lace Bridal Boutique recently opened in Riverview
Winthrop Town Centre's newest retailer, a bridal boutique recently opened at the start of the new year.
Published on 01/17/19
Harpoon Harry's prepares to open in downtown Tampa
After several delays since the summer of 2018, the crab house is finally ready to open.
Published on 01/17/19
Al's Finger Licking Good Soul Food opens in Ybor
Al's Finger Licking Good Bar-B-Que has dominated Tampa's BBQ scene for years, but after 10 years the restaurant wanted to another location to try something new.
Published on 01/17/19
New foreclosure filings in Tampa Bay plunge 90 percent
Tampa Bay's rebound from the foreclosure crisis comes as the foreclosure rate nationally sinks to its lowest level in 13 years.
Published on 01/17/19
Prices for new homes dropping in the Tampa Bay area
Builders are offering bigger price cuts for new homes in the Tampa Bay area even though the demand for homes is said to outpace the supply.
Published on 01/17/19
After 43 years, Seminole's Allen Sports Center will close its doors
Don Bates opened Allen Sports Center in 1975 and built it into a pillar of youth sports. The retail side will close Feb. 9.
Published on 01/17/19
You like red meat? Pasco's retail hub to bring more dining options for steak lovers
Saltgrass Steak House has filed plans to build its first Tampa Bay area location within the Cypress Creek Town Center
Published on 01/16/19
Tampa hotel near USF sells for $19.3 million
Home2 Suites near Busch Gardens was built in 2007.
Published on 01/16/19
Building boom: Pinellas is spending millions to update nine schools around the county
With more than $158 million in projects under way or about to start, the Pinellas County school district is making what it says is an unprecedented push for improvements.
Published on 01/16/19