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14393 North Dale Mabry Highway Tampa, FL 33618
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11111 North Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa, FL 33618
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Grand Plaza

14303 – 14463 North Dale Mabry Hwy. | Tampa, FL. 33618
Commercial Real Estate for Rent or Lease in Carrollwood Flordia

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    LARGO - Questions about John Jonchuck's sanity have dogged his criminal case since the day he was first accused of tossing his 5-year-old daughter, Phoebe, from the Dick Misener Bridge in St. Petersburg.He has previously received treatment in a state hospital after being
    Dan Sullivan
  • City Council warms up to St. Pete Pier plan for signs (93 of them) March 20, 2019
    ST. PETERSBURG - A City Council committee now has a clearer picture of what's being proposed for the signage that will be displayed across the $80 million Pier District, which is projected to be finished by year's end.While council members continued to express concern about
    Waveney Ann Moore
  • 'We will fight this.' Legal action stops work on new Caddy's restaurant in St. Pete Beach March 19, 2019
    ST. PETE BEACH - Renovation work on the new Caddy's restaurant on the Intracoastal Waterway has been halted pending the outcome of two legal actions filed by a nearby resident who is challenging the building permit issued by the city.Donald J. Schutz, a long-time resident
    <p>By Sheila Mullane Estrada</p><p>Times Correspondent</p>
  • Indian Shores makes third attempt at new police chief March 18, 2019
    INDIAN SHORES - For the third time in six months, the town appears to have a new police chief.The Town Council at a recent meeting unanimously approved the search committee's selected candidate, Richard H. Swann Jr., for the position.Former Chief of Police E.D.
    <p>By JEANNIE CARLSON</p><p>Tampa Bay Newspapers Correspondent</p>
  • St. Petersburg NAACP re-elects Maria Scruggs as president March 18, 2019
    ST. PETERSBURG - The St. Petersburg NAACP re-elected Maria Scruggs president Thursday, despite a campaign to oust her. Scruggs, 61, had been criticized for her leadership style and interaction with some of the area's elected leaders and others in the community.
    Waveney Ann Moore
  • St. Petersburg College joins Year Up Tampa Bay to help young people rise March 18, 2019
    ST. PETERSBURG - There's a lot going on inside my head. But you know this. One of the quirkier aspects of my mind is an internal juke box, adorned with neon lights and stocked with more records than I can count. It plays early, often and many times,
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  • Hometown Pinellas March 18, 2019
    Clearwater Garden Club member turns 100The Clearwater Garden Club honored member Helen Hoskins, a recent centenarian, by dedicating its March 9 Small Flower Show in her name. Hoskins is a master judge and floral design instructor for National Garden Clubs. She was also a design instructor
  • Pinellas news briefs March 18, 2019
    Largo hosts Touch a Truck eventLargo Central Park, 101 Central Park Drive, will be hosting a Touch-A-Truck event on April 6 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. This free event allows kids to climb, honk and play in vehicles including fire trucks, dump trucks, buses, and an 18-wheeler. For information,
  • Anclote Riverdredging project hits funding snag March 18, 2019
    TARPON SPRINGS - Millions of dollars that were slated to pay for dredging the Anclote River channel have been diverted to Hurricane Michael relief efforts in the Florida Panhandle, city officials say.U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis said in August that
    <p>BY JEFF ROSENFIELD</p><p>Tampa Bay Newspapers</p>
  • New development for Oldsmar proposed March 18, 2019
    OLDSMAR - After the City Council rejected a developer's request for an extension on a proposal to build a 50 town homes on four city-owned acres near the library last summer, Mayor Doug Bevis said the property was too valuable to support a project that wasn't in line with
    <p>By JEFF ROSENFIELD</p><p>Tampa Bay Newspapers</p>