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Margaret Humphrey

Although Margaret has only lived in Tampa Bay for five years, she fell in love with the city and everything it has to offer when she visited for the first time at the age of 12. She immediately knew that one day, she would call Tampa Bay home. Her combined passion for the city and writing is why Margaret’s work always stands out. Prior to joining a top firm in Tampa Bay, Margaret spent years traveling the world. It was through this experience that she discovered her love of writing. To prepare herself for a successful career, she earned two writing degrees. In her spare time, Margaret, her husband of 15 years, and the couple’s 10-year-old daughter love sailing and snorkeling.

Ryan White HIV/AIDS awareness program awarded $2.2B in grants

U.S Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell announced that the Ryan White HIV/AIDS program has been awarded $2.2 billion dollars in grants. The donation aims to ensure that the affected people in the United States are getting proper healthcare, necessary medication and treatment on time. The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act, is an act to make changes ...

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World’s fastest silicon phototransistor could speed up digital cameras

Researchers and engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW) have created the world’s most responsive and fastest flexible silicon transistor. For the first time, engineers have created a flexible silicon phototransistor that can sense high-sensitivity photodetection and stable performance under bending conditions. The highlight of the newly developed transistor is its size, which can be used to improve products like digital ...

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Mahaffey Theater to Host Former Beach Boys Brian Wilson

Having a new album entitled “No Pier Pressure” and an outstanding biopic called “Love & Mercy” finished, Brian Wilson has enjoyed one amazing year. Even though he is no longer one of the famous Beach Boys, Wilson has been touring. As part of that, he will perform at the St. Petersburg Mahaffey Theater. Wilson has a long history as being ...

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Downtown Tampa School Getting Needed Transformation

The St. Peter Claver Catholic School in downtown Tampa is getting a makeover thanks to employees of Lightning and other volunteers. Approximately 150 employees of the company joined forces with Majestic Athletic, United Way Suncoast, and students from the University of South Florida’s Sports and Entertainment department to create a more updated and inviting atmosphere in the school for students, faculty, and ...

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New Jobs with Johnson & Johnson Coming to Tampa Bay

Over the next three years, as many as 500 new jobs will come to Tampa Bay. Johnson & Johnson, a highly successful and revered medical equipment and pharmaceutical company, announced it will open an 111,000 square foot facility. For operations, at least 500 new jobs will be created with an average annual salary of $75,000. Reports of new jobs was ...

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Fall Concerts in Tampa Bay

Along with beautiful weather, fabulous restaurants, and tons of exciting things to see, Tampa Bay will be hosting a long list of concerts for the fall lineup. In addition to international recording artists, people will have the opportunity to be entertained by local talent. Wrestling fans can purchase tickets for WWE Raw to be held on August 31 at 7:30 ...

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Young Boy Fostered by Polk County Sheriff’s Office

For some children it takes much longer to get into a good foster home than expected. This was the case for an eight-year-old boy being referred to simply as “Jodi”. For a number of weeks, the boy has been waiting patiently with little to do at the offices for the Gulf Coast Jewish Family & Community Services hoping that soon ...

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Saying Goodbye to the St. Petersburg Pier

After some controversy, the St. Petersburg Pier is being demolished today. Known fondly as “The Pier”, the iconic 42-year-old pier is being taken down after approval from the city. At 5:00 pm, the public can attend the Celebrating the St. Petersburg Pier in honor of the pier’s long history but also for a new project known as Pursuing the Future. ...

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