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CHURCH, PASTOR CELEBRATE 25THANNIVERSARY The Pastor and Church Family of Re-Birth Missionary Baptist Church are celebrating their 25thAnniversary. Services for the Silver event began Sunday morning, January 13th, with Dr. Norman Harris, Attorney, as the 10:15 a. m. speaker. Later in the day, Bishop Sylvester Robinson and Peace Progressive Baptist Church were the
JIMMIEL SPILLMAN ENGRAM Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of up to $3,000 for information pertaining to a double murder. The murders took place last Tuesday night. According to Tampa Police, two people were fatally woundedwhile traveling in a vehicle in the 8700 block of N. Tangerine Place. A family member identified one of
DESIREE PABON BY KENYA WOODARD Sentinel Feature Writer Desiree Pabon holds lots of titles including wife, mom, Sergeant First Class. Last October, she added a new one: Ms. Veteran America. The Tampa resident and self-described military brat was crowned the newest ambassador for Final Salute a nonprofit organization that works to end homelessness among
MRS. ELAINE BRYANT Chairman, 2019 MLK Day Of Service, Ivy AKAdemy Celebration The Tampa Bay community is invited to the annual Ivy AKAdemy Celebrationat the AKA House, 412 East 7thAvenue, Tampa, on Saturday, January 26, 2019,from 11 a. m. 2 p. m. This free community festival event is for the entire family. It
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The Tampa Bay area is kicking off the new year with a slew of conferences: Synapse Summit, Florida Ventures Forum and the latest on the scene B-Sides Tampa. B-Sides is a information technology security conference, hosted by the Tampa Bay chapter of ISC2. The Clearwater-based company is a nonprofit membership group for cybersecurity professionals.Expecting to bring 800 people to the Embassy Suites at University of South Florida, B-Sides has a lineup of 40 speakers who will cover topics including
The Clearwater City Council has agreed to provide additional funding for the Clearwater sports complex that the Philadelphia Phillies use for spring training. The Spectrum Field and Carpenter Complex is planning to undergo an $80 million expansion to enhance the fan experience. Driving the decision for the improvements to the field and complex is a proposed lease agreement to keep the Philadelphia Phillies spring training in Clearwater for another 20 years.Funding for the project is expected
LM Funding America Inc., a technology-based specialty finance company in Tampa, has completed the $5.1 million acquisition of a Virginia medical insurance product company. The company completed the acquisition of all stock owned by International Investment & Underwriting Limited IIU on Jan. 15 following a legal and due diligence review. The companies entered into a letter of intent on Dec. 20, 2018. The acquisition is expected to be accretive to earnings in 2019, as LM merges IIU operations
Lawyers representing both sides in a lawsuit over the states ban on smoking medical marijuana have asked an appeals court to put the case on hold while they work out an agreement. The notice was filed at the 1st District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee, hours after Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday gave the Legislature until mid-March to repeal the ban, saying he would dismiss the appeal if lawmakers dont act.A Leon County circuit judge last year agreed with patients and other plaintiffs
Floridas unemployment rate held steady at 3.3 percent as 2018 ended, while Hurricane Michaels impact continued to be felt in parts of the Panhandle. The state Department of Economic Opportunity reported Friday an estimated 335,000 Floridians were out of work in December from a labor force of 10.28 million, keeping the state mark below the national unemployment rate of 3.9 percent. The state rate held steady as two counties that sustained major damage in Hurricane Michael continued to struggle
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Story by Francisco Navarro Pedro Paolo Oliva one of the most renownked contemporary artist from Cuba, chose UTs Scarfone Heartly Gallery would be the location of his first ever monographic exhibition.
by Sydney Rhodes In the early hours of Saturday, Oct. 13, a sexual misconduct between two students was reported on campus at UT. The incident occurred in a dorm room of Austin Hall and was recorded by authorities at 1 a.m. Since Tampa Police officers are present on campus Thursday-Saturday from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m., they were able to attend to the report and the students involved. After the officers took photographs and clothing as evidence, the event resulted in a judicial referral, which is a formal written request to proceed with judicial enforcement relating to the violations in questions. Essentially, this was a criminal offense of sexual assault that occurred in one of our on campus dorm rooms at UT, said Samuel Ponce, assistant director of Campus Safety. When theres a crime reported, we immediately call Tampa Police and work hand and hand with them to determine the case. According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center NSCRC, more than 27 percent of women and 15 percent of men have experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact during their time in college. Additionally, more than 90 percent of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report ...
by Tatiana Torres Hamburger Marys, a popular spot in Ybor, has been shut down because an employee tested positive for the Hepatitis A virus. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection that can last from a few weeks to several months and is transmitted through food or drinks that are contaminated with trace amounts of stool from an infected person. Reports of Hepatitis A have risen sharply in Hillsborough County this year with 37 reported cases so far, according to the Tampa Bay Times. Last year there were only 10, followed by five reports in 2016 and 2015. We are on track to report the highest number of Hepatitis A cases since 2005, said Ulyee Choe, director of the Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County. The Department of Health-Hillsborough spokesman Kevin Watler said that among other states, California, Michigan and Kentucky have also seen increases in hepatitis A cases. In Florida, he said that the Tampa Bay area and Central Florida have seen the largest increases. Its not contained through one area and were not the only state seeing it, says Watler. Theres no real explanation at this ...
byMalaysia Alford Some students at UT are concerned about inclusiveness when it comes to women of color and the beauty products sold at the schools bookstore. The universitys Barnes and Noble College Bookstore is home to more than just textbooks, school supplies and spirit gear. It houses basic living essentials for its residents and those on campus who may need anything from an Advil for their headache to an umbrella for Floridas rainy days. Any person who walks in will find a small wall that reads Eye, Face, Lip, Cheek products such as Burts Bees, Maybelline, Covergirl, LOreal and Pantene. In the current era, beauty brands around the world are striving to find balance in their shade ranges as their consumers press for representation of all skin types and colors. I am not surprised that some students feel that the beauty products at UT are not all inclusive, said Nia Burton, marketing and public relations chair for the UT Black Student Union. It is actually expected on such a predominately white campus. I feel this aligns with the many other issues the University of Tampa has with accommodating its minority students. Tru-Color Bandages is a company founded in 2013 after ...
Story by Fransisco Navarro The Human Society of Tampa is celebrating its fortieth annual Pumpkin Patch event. Pumpkins of various sizes are up for sale and all the proceeds go back to the shelter to help the animals out. The animals are of course up for adoption and are at a first come first serve basis. But hurry the event ends Oct 31st.
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Alex Kurtzman and Heather Kadin share insight from the red carpet premiere of Star Trek Discovery season two.
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots meet Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship.
The Denver Nuggets, Milwaukee Bucks, Sacramento Kings and Brooklyn Nets are all exceeding expectations over halfway through the NBA season.
Perdue Foods is recalling nearly 50,000 bags of frozen chicken nuggets.
A group of divers had what they describe as a magical encounter with a 20 foot, 2.5 ton great white shark in the waters off of Oahu, Hawaii.
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