Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Sheriff: Putting an officer in every school will cost Pinellas $23.6 million
Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri (center) speaks at a January news conference. [JIM DAMASKE  |  Times]
Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri met with the Pinellas County Commission today to discuss how to come up with an extra $23.6 million to fulfill a state mandate to  place a school resource officer in every school by July 1.Gualtieri
Water Street Tampa developers are thinking about building a couple of apartment or condominium buildings on the northern part of the Garrison Parking lot next to Channelside Bay Plaza. On the southern part, near the waterfront, developers are looking at putting up lower-scale buildings with stores and restaurants. Rendering courtesy Strategic Property Partners
Project vision begins to emerge as Port Tampa Bay okays selling parking lot to Jeff Vinik-Cascade Investment for $9.8 million
Mary McLeod Bethune was one of the most influential African-American women in the United States. [State Archives of Florida]
5 things to know about Mary McLeod Bethune, whos getting a statue in the U.S. Capitol
Matt Andriese still considers himself a starter even though he has many roles in the bullpen.  (Monica Herndon, Times)
Rays Matt Andriese: A starter in bullpen land