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Monday, Oct 22, 2018
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What 10 Tampa Bay residents would do if they won the $1.6 billion Mega Millions jackpot
Tuesday's Mega Millions draw is the highest it's ever been. Some residents are starting to plan what they'd do if they won, with one resident saying he'd make it rain $1 bills in downtown Tampa.
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Another homicide under investigation in St. Petersburg's Midtown
For the second time this week, police are investigating a shooting death in Midtown.
Published on 10/19/18
Record-setting hot streak continues across Tampa Bay, but not for long
Friday will be another record-breaking day for Tampa Bay.
Published on 10/19/18
Tessera to bring its band of senior living to Westchase with new facility.
Solvere Living pours millions into developing an upscale, modern-day living community for senior citizens in Westchase.
Published on 10/18/18
New Eye Level Learning Center of Wesley Chapel looks to coach up students
New learning center opens in Wesley Chapel to instill self-directed learning for students.
Published on 10/18/18
Pascal's Artisan Bistro & Gourmet Coffee brings art, upcycling, and elevated comfort food to Davis Islands
Three friends combine experiences to collaborate on lifelong dream of owning and operating a restaurant. The result- a French-inspired bistro that upcycles and displays local artwork.
Published on 10/18/18
Wine Bar Cafe prepares for grand-opening after year-long hiatus in Seminole Heights
Wine and cheese tastings are now accessible for Seminole Heights residents.
Published on 10/18/18
Sunday Conversation: Pepin Academies executive director Jeff Skowronek
The former Pepin board chair and University of Tampa professor is filling the void left by the tragic death of former executive director Craig Butz.
Published on 10/18/18
Find A Friend: Sailor the silver tiger tabby
Look for this star at the KittyCon on Oct. 27.
Published on 10/18/18
Gift of Peace Luncheon helps The Spring continue its mission
Amid on-going problems, the nonprofit continues to advocate again domestic violence, protect victims, and promote healthy communities.
Published on 10/18/18
Updated on 10/19/18
Riverview Chamber readies for another Trick or Treat Street
Annual event draws thousands to Riverview High School for seasonal fun
Published on 10/18/18