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Tampa Bay Lightning owner Jeff Vinik among clients who lost money in collapse of Tampa-based investment fund
James Cordier of Tampa-based OptionSellers says a "rogue wave'' that sent natural gas prices soaring wiped out his hedge fund and perhaps hundreds of millions of clients' dollars.
Published on 11/23/18
Diocese of St. Petersburg celebrates 50th year with free Family Faith Fest
Originally scheduled for Al Lopez Park, the event featuring Christian music stars has shifted to the Florida State Fairgrounds.
Published on 10/23/18
Updated on 10/24/18
Rare okapi calf born at ZooTampa has died
ZooTampa announced that the endangered okapi calf, born less than 2 months ago, has died of a diabetes-like condition.
Published on 10/11/18
Powerball winner behind random act of kindness in Plant City?
An older woman who visited BuddyFreddys on Sunday paid the bill for every customer in the restaurant – all 180 of them. Such generosityhas led to a big mystery.
Published on 06/13/13
Updated on 06/14/13
JA BizTown celebrates 100,000 students
As Junior Achievement BizTown “Mayor” Kytzie Diaz, 11, counted, the students followed her finger until she stopped at Syann Jackson.
Published on 05/30/13
Old McMicky’s Farm reopens in Odessa
A Tarpon Springs home builder spares the site from development, and rebuilds it into a traditional Florida farm.
Published on 05/28/13
Updated on 05/29/13
Part of South Howard will close for three days in June
A two-block stretch of South Howard Avenue will be closed from June 3 through June 6.
Published on 05/21/13
Plant City’s Madonias selling Red Rose, farming empire
The family that owns the iconic Red Rose Inn is selling the complex and other holdings in the hope proceeds will help keep farming operations running.
Published on 05/20/13
Updated on 05/21/13
Law officers honored at annual Plant City banquet
Officers who saved lives, broke up drug rings, nabbed drunken drivers and captured a fugitive were honored Tuesday at an annual banquet.
Published on 05/15/13
Hundreds to attend Maas Bros. Central Office reunion
The downtown’s Maas Bros. department store had a glorious run in the city’s retail district. It set the standard in shopping for more than a century -- until suburban flight in the 1960s and ‘70s and corporate mergers in th...
Published on 04/25/13
Bloomingdale rape survivor goes public
Queena, now 23, cannot speak or walk five years after the brutal attack outside a public library. Her family has struggled emotionally and financially.
Published on 04/17/13
Updated on 04/18/13