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  • Wawa to close original store that opened 50 years ago

    Nothing lasts forever. Not even Wawa's original store, opened 50 years ago on MacDade Boulevard in the Folsom section of Ridley Township. Wawa is obtaining permits to open a "super Wawa," a little less than a half-mile away at MacDade and Kedron Avenue,...
  • Bucs player involved in arrest of former Destiny's Child member

    Bucs player involved in arrest of former Destiny's Child member
    A Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive end was with ex-Destiny's Child member Farrah Franklin when she was arrested this weekend, according to The Tampa Tribune. Da'Quan Bowers was drinking with Franklin and Ricky Sapp of the Houston Texans when they returned...
  • Orlando area leads state in venture capital

    Orlando area leads state in venture capital
    Buoyed by a mobile communications software company's lucrative deal, Central Florida claimed more than half the state's venture-capital trove during the latest quarter, though Florida's overall total fell by nearly a third, according to a new nationwide...
  • Tony Dungy says he would not have drafted Michael Sam

    It's a storyline that's bound to be scrutinized even over-scrutinized during Rams training camp, as the roster cuts are made and, if Michael Sam sticks on the 53-man roster, week by week during the NFL season. By now, surely every football fan is aware...
  • Tony Dungy's Michael Sam comments reek of hypocrisy

    Tony Dungy's Michael Sam comments reek of hypocrisy
    Michael Sam, gay player= Distraction, please go away. Michael Vick, dog killer= Deserves a chance. Please explain the logic, Tony Dungy. The man who said he wouldn’t have drafted Michael Sam because he is a distraction is the same man who...
  • Tony Dungy says he wouldn't have drafted Michael Sam

    Former NFL coach Tony Dungy is receiving criticism for saying that he wouldn't have drafted Michael Sam, the league's first openly gay player. "Not because I don't believe Michael Sam should have a chance to play, but I wouldn't want to deal with all of...
  • Tony Dungy's comments on openly gay NFL player Michael Sam draw ire

    Esteemed NFL coach turned NBC analyst Tony Dungy is taking fire for saying he would not have drafted Michael Sam, the league’s first openly gay player. In an interview with the Tampa Tribune published Sunday, the former coach of the Tampa Bay...
  • Siempre estar preparados es lo mejor

    La temporada de 2004, que incluy├│ los huracanes Charley, Frances y Jeanne, fue ├║nica para los aficionados a estudiar los huracanes en Florida Central, y un dolor de cabeza para los planificadores. Por un periodo de siete semanas tuvimos tres huracanes...
  • The Prospector: State's top player Byron Cowart stays grounded despite accolades

    The Prospector: State's top player Byron Cowart stays grounded despite accolades
    When Byron Cowart walks onto a football field, people take notice. Heck, when he walks down the street, they take notice. He has an immediate impact regardless of his surroundings. He likes the attention. What teen doesn’t? The best thing about...
  • Lung transplant patients must find care elsewhere

    Lung transplant patients must find care elsewhere
    The 24 patients who have received lung transplants at Florida Hospital were assured in April that they would be able to get their follow-up care there, even though the hospital was closing its 2-year-old transplant program. Last week, however, they...
  • Judge won't free 551-pound man from house arrest

    Judge won't free 551-pound man from house arrest
    A 551-pound former pharmacist, confined to 30 months of house arrest for his role in a massive South Florida pill mill ring, now wants his sentence reduced. His argument: He's too heavy to leave home anyway, so house arrest is unnecessary. The federal...