Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Professional Parts Group Opens New Warehouse in Tampa, Fla.

Professional Parts Group Opens New Warehouse in Tampa, Fla.

Professional Parts Group has announced its newest warehouse in Tampa, Fla., is now open. This location is now serving the Tampa collision repair community with new, late-model aftermarket parts through daily delivery on its own fleet of vehicles.

Tampa Bay schools absent from top of U.S. News Best Colleges list

Tampa Bay colleges failed to break the top of the Best Colleges List for 2015 from U.S. News & World Report. New College of Florida was the highest ranked on the Best Liberal Arts Colleges List at No. 87. Eckerd College was ranked No. 124 among liberal ...

Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees series primer

The Tampa Bay Rays have a chance to play spoiler in their final trip to the Big Apple this season. Tuesday, the Rays and New York Yankees begin a three-game series at Yankee Stadium with the home team on the edge in the race for the American League’s ...

Tampa unveils plans for Julian B. Lane park renovation

TAMPA — Susan Lane stopped by to hear and see first hand the renovations planned for Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park, tucked onto the west bank of the Hillsborough River between Tampa Preparatory School and the Laurel Street Bridge. She had not been ...

Tampa unveils $20M plan to redevelop Riverfront Park (w/gallery)

It also is under-used. To change that, Mayor Bob Buckhorn unveiled a plan Tuesday for an ambitious redevelopment of the park he expects to cost more than $20 million. "This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity," Buckhorn said at a news conference at the ...

Tampa Bay Marks World Suicide Prevention Day with Candlelight Vigil

An estimated 40,000 Americans commit suicide each year. That number, according to organizers of the Tampa Bay Candlelight Vigil marking World Suicide Prevention Day, is unacceptable. “I want people to know there’s help and hope out there,” explained ...

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

TAMPA, Fla. – In a bit of a surprising move Tuesday, the Buccaneers made a swap at defensive end. Second-year pro Steven Means, who seemed to be in the good graces of the coaching staff, was released. The team signed Larry English to replace him.

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