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Pinellas County School Board members urge USF to keep undergraduate education program

Less than two weeks after the University of South Florida unexpectedly announced it would phase out its undergraduate education programs due to shrinking enrollment and budget cuts, the Pinellas County School Board unanimously approved a resolution urging the university to reconsider its decision.

Truist Bank saves 100,000 jobs in Tampa-St. Pete

Truist Bank saves 100,000 jobs in Tampa-St. Pete

Social media reacts to the Rays historic World Series run

Social media reacts to the Rays historic World Series run

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Developer plans affordable townhomes in South St. Petersburg CRA

Namaste Homes LLC, a St. Petersburg developer, plans to build 11 affordable townhomes in the South St. Petersburg Community Redevelopment Area.

The $2.5 million development, Sixteenth Square, is in line for up to $286,000 in tax increment financing from the South St. Petersburg Redevelopment Trust Fund, after winning approval Tuesday from the Citizens Advisory Committee for the South St. Petersburg CRA.

Welcome to Florida: Discovering forgotten cemeteries

Access Catalyst Ep 008 – New Homepage

Episode8 - New Homepage.  Click the blue play button to watch. 

NFL plans to limit Super Bowl attendance to 20 percent
Pinellas has seven consecutive days with 100+ new Covid cases
Tampa International, BayCare extend Covid testing
Aramark lays off Tampa Convention Center workers
MarineMax posts record revenue for FY 2020
Clearwater promotional products firm rebrands

Oct 29 @ 09:00 AM

The 10th Annual Sunshine Summit to End Hunger

Nov 05 @ 12:00 PM

Election Wrap-Up Suncoast Tiger Bay Club

Nov 20 @ 09:00 AM

Grow Smarter Virtual Summit


Trumpeter James Suggs and friends return with ‘live’ jazz

The Shuffle

Brandi Jaber

First Home Bank

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