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Mike Salinero

Mike Salinero is a Tampa native who attended Hillsborough High School and the University of South Florida. He spent 35 years working in newspapers, the last 15 years at The Tampa Tribune. His coverage included three years in Tallahassee reporting on the Legislature and state politics for the Tribune, then 12 years covering the environment and Hillsborough County government. Salinero and his wife, Nancy, live in a 98-year-old house in Southeast Seminole Heights with their Yorkshire terrier, Bella.

Features

Harvest Hope Park groundbreaking in Tampa.

Harvest Hope Park: An oasis of opportunity in one of Tampa's most challenging neighborhoods

How to help turnaround one of Tampa's most struggling neighborhoods? Public and private investors are creating a new park, community garden and ball fields designed as places of hope, entertainment and opportunity.

This drawing shows front faįade of new building being developed in Seminole Heights by Greg Barnhill. The building on the right will house Twisted Sun Rum Distillery. On the left, or southernmost part of the property, The Wine Bar Seminole Heights wi

Next up for Seminole Heights in Tampa? Craft rum distillery, wine bar

Three years in the making, a former neighborhood auto repair shop transforms into a wine bar and craft rum distillery in Tampa.

Tampa Riverwalk sip and stroll cup at the Sail Pavilion.

Next stops along the Tampa Riverwalk? Food, drink and more fun things to do

Front door or back door? As Tampa explores options for greater use of its downtown riverfront, hotels and other establishments along the Riverwalk re-think how, what, when, why and where customers may want access.  

Officails were on the site Oct. 21, 2016, for an official ceremonial groundbreaking of Channel Club and a downtown Publix on East Madison Street.

Great news for downtown Tampa: Grocery store in Channel District breaks ground

A new Publix grocery store and a new city park are being built adjacent to The Channel Club, a 323-unit apartment building now under construction near the corner of East Twiggs Street and Meridian Avenue.

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Neighborhood care centers aim to enhance patient experiences while lowering costs

As part of the strategy to reduce medical care costs, local healthcare providers are building more neighborhood care centers staffed with skilled professionals who can treat injuries and illnesses that don’t require a visit to more expensive hospital emergency rooms and highly trained physicians.
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