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Hear what you're missing: Pile driving in downtown St. Pete

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  1. Tell Me About It: Boyfriend's gift was meant for another

    Relationships

    Q: I have been dating a man for about six months now. We exchanged gifts for Christmas and I do not know what to make of what I received. He gave me earrings he clearly bought on a trip he took a good six months before he met me. We did not open gifts in front of each other and I have not said anything other than …

  2. Editorial: Promising start for Corrections secretary

    Editorials

    Department of Corrections Secretary Julie Jones, new to the prison system but with a life of service in state government, is refreshingly candid about the department's challenges and has promised to shake up a prison culture that is cloistered and often unaccountable. Jones' approach, coupled with surprise visits by …

    Department of Corrections Secretary Julie Jones, new to the prison system but with a life of service in state government, is refreshingly candid about the department’s challenges and promises to shake up a prison culture that is cloistered and often unaccountable.
  3. Editorial: Candor, not secrecy, needed on Afghanistan

    Editorials

    President Barack Obama may have ended America's combat mission in Afghanistan, but the nation has committed thousands of troops and billions of dollars to the next phase of the Afghan security effort. With lives and resources at stake, Americans have the right to know how this undertaking is going. There is no other way …

  4. From This Day: Ami Hewlett and David Parrino

    Relationships

    TAMPA — It had only been one month since David Parrino met Ami Hewlett, but just the thought of her returning to college in Tennessee had him in a tailspin.

    Ami Hewlett and David Parrino, both 28, were married on Dec. 13, 2014, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Ybor City.
  5. Friday's letters: Health reform figures not so rosy

    Letters

    Health reform scores successes | Jan. 18, letter

    Health reform figures not so rosy

    Meggs won't investigate possible Sunshine Law violation in Bailey ouster

    State Attorney Willie Meggs said Thursday that he will not investigate whether the state's open meetings law was violated by Gov. Rick Scott and the three elected Cabinet members in last month's ouster of the commissioner of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement....

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    Derrick Brooks, left, and Dexter Jackson clown around during the Bucs' final walkthrough of Qualcomm Stadium in preparation for Super Bowl XXXVII.

    Ex-Buc Dexter Jackson still savors MVP day at Super Bowl

    It was 12 years ago this week that safety Dexter Jackson earned MVP honors in the Bucs' Super Bowl win over the Raiders, and as dominating as Tampa Bay's defensive dominance was that day, he swears he saw it coming....

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    February is chock full of fashion happenings! There's a spring trend showcase, trunk show and model open call -- just to name a few.

    Don't let these February fashion events pass you by

    Is it just me, or is 2015 just whizzing by at warp speed? I can still taste Christmas dinner, and yet Sunday marks the start of the second month of the year....

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