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Hooper: Fifty stories seems a bit too much for downtown St. Pete
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Hooper: Fifty stories seems a bit too much for downtown St. Pete

The Red Apple Group plans for a soaring tower in 400 block of Central Avenue, but what about some green space?
Published: 01/21/19
Carlton: So far, DeSantis is Gov. Not Scott
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Carlton: So far, DeSantis is Gov. Not Scott

In a surprising debut, the new governor is following the will of the people and championing the environment. Who IS this guy?
Published: 01/20/19
Editorial: Milestone in the long cancer fight

Editorial: Milestone in the long cancer fight

Deaths from cancer are in decline over the last 25 years.
Published: 01/18/19
Editorial: King holiday evolves into day of service

Editorial: King holiday evolves into day of service

Americans are honoring his legacy around Tampa Bay and elsewhere by volunteering and breaking down barriers.
Published: 01/18/19
Editorial: Another child dead, another state failure

Editorial: Another child dead, another state failure

A 2-year-old's death in Pinellas County reflects failures the state's child welfare system has repeated for decades. Can it be fixed?
Published: 01/18/19
Editorial: Three mayors united for Tampa Bay

Editorial: Three mayors united for Tampa Bay

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, St. Petersburg Mayor Rick Kriseman and Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos built strong ties.
Published: 01/18/19
Goodman: DeSantis and other governors are the real leaders
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Goodman: DeSantis and other governors are the real leaders

While Washington is partially shut down and gridlocked, governors in Florida and other states are optimistic and taking action
Published: 01/18/19
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Selected readings from the left and from the right

Here's some interesting commentary from the opposite poles of the political spectrum.
Published: 01/18/19
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Early College programs can help Florida build on its education success

For far too many of our students - particularly low-income students and students from other underrepresented populations - high school is the end of the line academically.
Published: 01/18/19
Thriving in the age of change requires a community of lifelong learners
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Thriving in the age of change requires a community of lifelong learners

Imagine for a moment a community where great discoveries are not only frequently made, but where scholars, businessmen, scientists, physicians, philosophers, educators, mathematicians, artists and historians all work together to consolidate and grow knowledge and technology.
Published: 01/18/19