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Duke Energy’s new Florida president brings M&A, legal experience on 26th of Apr 2018 The changes take effect June 1, the company said in a press release. Stempien will be based at Duke’s St. Petersburg office. Duke Energy Florida, a subsidiary of Duke Energy Corp.
Royal Guardsmen return, Snoopy in tow, 50 years after Florida’s first pop hit on 26th of Apr 2018 If it wasn’t for that, we wouldn’t be playing.” “The book” is DeYoung’s Phil Gernhard, Record Man, a new biography of the St. Petersburg record producer who helped put Florida’s pop industry on the map.
Duke Energy announces new Florida leadership (Apr 2018) ST. PETERSBURG — The head of Duke Energy Florida is leaving his post to take a new role with the utility’s parent company June 1, the company announced on Wednesday.
FDOT considers more efficient highway design to relieve congestion in St. Pete (Apr 2018) The Florida Department of Transportation is moving forward with plans to improve traffic flow through St. Petersburg along Interstate 275, one of several being planned as near-term solutions for increasing traffic congestion.
Private Equity Firm to Relocate, Expand HQ in St. Petersburg on 26th of Apr 2018 The 17-story Morgan Stanley Tower is 100% occupied. ST. PETERSBURG, FL—Directed Capital will be relocating its corporate headquarters to the Morgan Stanley Tower here this summer, taking a full floor at the 190,000-square-foot building.
Sen. Jeff Brandes says the end of session was “terrible.” Here’s why. (Apr 2018) Brandes is impatient and has already scheduled a criminal justice “symposium” for May 9 at St. Petersburg College.
Video: Florida news crew finds baby taken during car theft (Apr 2018) Photographer Michael Eggers found the baby, still strapped in his car seat, in a St. Petersburg, Florida parking lot Monday afternoon. Eggers was working on another story at the time and was unaware of the ongoing search for the child.
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