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1000 N Ashley Dr
Tampa, FL 33602   Directions

(813) 226-3388


Florida Sentinel Bulletin
Florida Sentinel Bulletin

2207 E 21st Ave
Tampa, FL 33605   Directions

(813) 248-1921


Online Color Edition
08/22/2019 12:45pm

City To Host Community Meetings On Water Issues
08/22/2019 12:25pm

MAYOR JANE CASTOR BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Beginning on Thursday today,Mayor Jane Castorand the City of Tampa launched a new program. The program is referred to as P.I.P.E.S. Progressive Infrastructure Plan to Ensure Sustainability. The next project will discuss the current state of the Citys water and wastewater infrastructure. Mayor

Church To Host A Family Friendly Community Fair
08/22/2019 12:24pm

SUPT. CHARLES DAVIS BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor Members of the community are invited to attend a free, family friendly community fair. The event will take place on Saturday, August 24th, from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the College Hill Church Of God In Christ, corner of N. 30thStreet and

Mayor Names Chairs, Members Of Affordable Housing Advisory Team
08/22/2019 12:23pm

BISHOP THOMAS SCOTT LEROY MOORE YVETTE LEWIS PETE EDWARDS DARRELL ROBERTSON Mayor Jane Castorrecently announced the fourth of her five-part Transforming Tampas Tomorrowtransition advisory teams by naming the co-chairperson of her Affordable Housing Advisory Team. Those selected to serve as co-chairpersons are: Bemetra Simmons,Florida Managing Director of Mutual of Omaha Bank Bishop

A Response From A Prison Abolitionist  From The Tampa BAY Collective
08/22/2019 12:22pm

BY ERRDAISHA FLOYD When I tell people that I am a prison abolitionist, their first response is usually, What about the rapists and murderers Immediately, I think to the Marshall Project report that found that 58 of inmates who alleged they were raped in prison say correctional officers did it, and respond, well we

Nuevo Siglo
Nuevo Siglo

7137 N Armenia Ave
Tampa, FL 33604   Directions

(813) 493-7079


Tampa Bay Business Journal
Tampa Bay Business Journal

4890 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33609   Directions

(813) 873-8225


Sarasota YMCA centers to be spared from closures, 340+ workers to keep their jobs
08/22/2019 3:02pm

The YMCA fitness facilities in Sarasota that were slated to close will now be saved and so are the employees who were expecting to be laid off. The Sarasota Family YMCA is keeping both the Frank G. Berlin and Evalyn Sadlier Jone fitness centers open after its board voted to keep the two facilities through the Dreamers Academy, the Save Our Y and Project Stoked initiatives. Project Stoked is a not-for-profit corporation that makes social impact investments. The original board members will

40 Under 40 Class of 2019: Meet the most influential young people in Tampa Bay business
08/22/2019 1:31pm

Forty dynamic Tampa Bay area businesspeople have been chosen as honorees for the Tampa Bay Business Journals 2019 40 Under 40. From technology and sports to law and banking, the industries represented in this years class are varied. The 40 Under 40 have demonstrated a commitment to both their careers and the Tampa Bay area. Theyve achieved business success, show leadership abilities, give back to their communities and wield influence on the region. These 40 were chosen by the TBBJ from over

Straz Foundation sues Liberian resort for $4.6M loan default
08/22/2019 12:43pm

The nonprofit is suing the business after it stopped making payments on Jan. 1, 2019.

Masonite appoints new chief innovation officer
08/22/2019 12:18pm

Tampas Masonite International Corp. has appointed a new senior vice president and chief innovation officer. Cory Sorice has more than 25 years of experience in marketing, business development and general management. He recently served as vice president and general manager of emerging business for the Chamberlain Group Inc., a garage, gate and commercial door company. Hes also held roles at Stanley Black & Decker Inc. and Invequity LLC, a company focused on servicing the technology transfer

Airline adds new nonstop between Sarasota airport and Twin Cities
08/22/2019 12:06pm

Low-cost air carrier Sun Country Airlines is launching a nonstop seasonal service from Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota to the Sarasota and Bradenton area. The airline, based in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul, will start the service this winter from the Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport to the MinneapolisSt. Paul International Airport. Fares are as low as $79 one-way. The Minneapolis-St. Paul area is a high-demand destination that visitors and locals have been requesting

Tampa Bay Newspapers
Tampa Bay Newspapers

9911 Seminole Blvd
Seminole, FL 33772   Directions

(727) 397-5563


The Minaret
The Minaret

401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33606   Directions

(813) 257-3636


Combatting plastic pollution in Tampa Bay
04/22/2019 11:31pm

By Rachael Ramchand In Florida, serious water quality issues have been occurring for quite some time. In the Tampa Bay Area, water goat devices are usedto capture garbage that flows out of storm water discharge areas, preventing debris from polluting and causing damage to the ecosystem. These devices strain the water, collecting hundreds of pounds of garbage, which would have ended up in the water if not blocked. The water goats are managed by Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful and adopted by Phi Theta Kappa a group that cleans the water goats monthly. There are 13 water goat devices in the area, and according to the Tampa Bay Times, in the month of May, these water goat devices each caught, on average, 142 pounds of garbage last year 73 percent of which were plastic bottles. This environmental issue that is threatening Floridas waters can be largely due to laws that were passed, stating that cities are not allowed to ban the use of plastic bags, containers nor plastic foam. Fortunately, there are ways to help combat this environmentally-threatening issue, and the local advocates in Tampa have already begun. The prevention of plastic pollution in the Tampa Bay Area initially began ...

Unity is a mindset of winners
04/22/2019 1:39pm

By Paige Johnson Babe Ruth, one of the greatest and most well-known baseball players of all time once said, The way a team plays as a whole determines its success. You may have the greatest bunch of individual stars in the world, but if they dont play well together, the team wont be worth a dime. Team comradery has a lot to do with a teams long term success. Of course skill level still matters, but more often than not, the team with the most talent doesnt bring home the winning trophy. Skill is just one part of being great. Without the right mind set and having a sense of cohesiveness, teams will face a lot of adversity especially when they enter the more important parts of their seasons. Teams that consist of friends that trust each other and have spent time to build relationships with one another are more fun to be a part of. They have a better turn out at practices and games, which positively impacts the success in competition. As a senior on the UT womens lacrosse team, I couldnt agree more with this philosophy. So far, this season has been different than any other ...

The environmental impact of St. Pete pier solar parking canopy
04/18/2019 4:33pm

By: Francisco Navarro The era of using fossil fuels as a major resource is over, and the planet is begging us to commit to renewable energy. The journey ahead will be one of extreme difficulties, but if we make the effort and start switching to easily accessible clean energy solutions, we can start making a difference. Solar energy is one of many vital solutions for reverting climate change. Especially in Florida, where solar heat is abundant, its an indispensable addition to our community. The St. Petersburg Pier project, expected to open this upcoming summer, has set in motion the installation of a solar panel canopy for the Piers parking lot. St. Petersburg leased the agreement with Duke Energy Florida, a leading company who provides renewable energy solutions across the U.S. The solar panel car canopy is estimated to cost $2 million. However, Duke will pay for the system in full and is solely responsible for its construction and maintenance through its duration. Although a million-dollar parking lot may be expensive, its an investment that is crucially needed. This new feature not only provides shaded parking from the hot Florida weather, but its sole purpose is to create a positive impact ...

Stadium sustainability brings fans closer to their team
04/18/2019 4:30pm

By Travis Politakis With the increase in popularity of sports over the last century, came the increase and demand of bigger and better stadium venues. Stadiums such as Bostons Fenway Park, Chicagos Wrigley Field and Green Bays Lambeau Field are some of the most historic stadiums in all of sports that fans love to visit. But over the years, new stadiums have been built with nicer amenities, larger capacities and are also becoming more sustainable. Since 2014, five new stadiums have arisen across the United States in all four major professional sports. Stadiums use a large number of resources because they hold 50,000 plus people for over three hours. From food, cups, parking, restrooms, lights, groundwork and electricity, employees work tirelessly to provide fans with an intimate experience to watch their favorite teams and players perform. One stadium that offers this experience is Chase Field of the Arizona Diamondbacks. At the entrance of the stadium, Chase Field has the APS solar pavilion. The pavilion provides fans with shade while waiting in line in the grueling Arizona heat in the dog days of summer. The pavilion also generates clean energy for the grid as it is made out of over 20 ...

Sustainability Committee pushes to improve UT’s environmental footprint
04/18/2019 8:00am

By Lindsay Price UTs Faculty Sustainability Committee is tasked with finding ways to conserve energy, protect the environment and pioneer a more sustainable future on campus. Members of the committee brainstorm proposals to improve UTs environmental footprint, as well as organizing events and initiatives to encourage students to get involved. The mission often overlaps with their personal life as well three members of the committee have installed solar arrays on their homes. Stephen Kucera, associate professor of biology, stresses the importance of committee members living by their environmental values. He identified greenhouse gas emissions as the most worrying concern for the committee going forward. So what can UT do to remedy this issue Set a goal of net zero carbon emissions, both by reducing energy consumption and increasing the use of renewable power, said Kucera. This includes renewable power generated on campus. UT already has a sizable portfolio of buildings and activities in the pursuit of a greener, more sustainable campus. Kucera has received funding from UT Student Government for three proposals he wrote to tackle this problem over the last five years. The cumulative amount received totals to $138,000 and the money has gone toward more sustainable buildings ...


4045 N Himes Ave
Tampa, FL 33607   Directions

(813) 354-2828



365 105th Terrace NE
St Petersburg, FL 33702   Directions

(727) 576-4444


WWE’s NXT Vs. AEW: New Wednesday Night Ratings Battle Kicks Off This Fall
08/22/2019 3:38pm

Wrestling writer and radio host Bryan Alvarez weighs in on the new Wednesday Night Wars coming this fall between WWEs NXT and All Elite Wrestling.

Ms. Nevada State Claims She Was Stripped of Crown Because She Supports President Donald Trump
08/22/2019 2:56pm

The former Ms. Nevada State 2019 says she was stripped of her title because she supports President Donald Trump.

Veterinarian Issues Warning After Using Bone Saw to Remove Chew Toy From Dog’s Mouth
08/22/2019 12:43pm

A veterinarian in Missouri says a dog in his care might have died if he hadnt used a bone saw to remove a chew toy lodged in the pets mouth.

Cocaine Worth $1 Million Hidden In Bananas Shipped To Grocery Stores
08/22/2019 12:34pm

Huge shipments of cocaine were found stuffed inside boxes of bananas at three grocery stores in the past week, authorities in western Washington state said.

Raymond James Stadium Guide
08/22/2019 12:19pm

Before you head out to Raymond James Stadium to see the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, check out our guide to transportation, parking, tailgating, and bag policies. Katie Johnston reports.


3213 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33609   Directions

(813) 870-9611


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