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Team beer challenge at St. Pete Shuffle to benefit Florida's waterways

Teams of two are invited to compete in the Great Beer Challenge at popular downtown St. Petersburg, Florida destination St. Pete Shuffle. Sponsored by Sweetwater Brewing Company, $5 from each ticket sale for the event will benefit nonprofit Suncoast Waterways.

HART CEO earns White House recognition as innovator in transit

The While House "Champion of Change" program shines a spotlight on Hillsborough Area Regional Transit; HART CEO Katharine Eagan has been nominated in the category "Beyond Traffic: Innovators in Transportation." 

Find a new career at fall job fairs in Tampa, St. Pete

Seeking a fresh start or fresh out of school? Find your new career at upcoming job fairs in Tampa and St. Pete, Florida during fall 2015.

Lakeland Regional Health gets enhanced pediatric care

Nemours Children's Hospital in Orlando has teamed up with Lakeland Regional Health in an effort to boost pediatric care in the greater Polk County area. 

Local actors put on 2nd festival in downtown Tampa

The Tampa Bay Theatre Festival Sept. 4-6 is packed with original plays and workshops.

St. Pete startup aims to save lives with surfboard leash tourniquet

OMNA Inc., a St. Pete-based startup company, has launched a line of amphibious tourniquets to help protect surfers and others in the water against devastating consequences from bleeding injuries from shark attack or other enemies.

Eckerd College alum launches eco-friendly sunscreen, cosmetics line

Save marine life by wearing environmentally friendly sunscreen and other skin care products. Stream2Sea, the St. Petersburg, Florida-based startup company, has developed an eco-friendly skin care line.

NY Times columnist Charles Blow kicks off Presidential Event Series at Eckerd College

Charles Blow’s frank discussion of race, social injustice, culture and politics has earned him a considerable following both in the New York Times and as a TV commentator for CNN and MSNBC.

USF, Moffitt team up on study to help breast cancer survivors

Dr. Cecile Lengacher, a professor at USF College of Nursing, applied and received a grant on behalf of USF that will study how reducing stress in breast cancer survivors can improve concentration and memory that is often affected after chemotherapy treatments. 

Who's hiring in Tampa Bay? County offices, local chamber, downtown caterer and more

Sign up for a sales manager role with the St. Pete Chamber of Commerce; patrol the parks on behalf of Hillsborough County; stage school productions for Berkeley Prep; all of these and more are part of the 83 Degrees Media monthly Tampa Bay job hiring roundup.

Hillsborough County budgets $1M for manufacturing jobs training

Funding from Hillsborough County represents "a very strong commitment to ensuring that our community has the workforce talent to continue to make our manufacturing base successful," says Lindsey Kimball, Director of Economic Development.

Gulf Coast Innovation Challenge announces finalists in blue economy competition

The GCCF has awarded each finalist a grant of $25,000 to develop a prototype and refine a business plan, which the foundation’s judges will review in November. The winning team will be awarded a grant of up to $375,000 from to fully develop its blue economy solution.

Women's tech group to host August meetup at Cooper's Hawk Winery

Women interested in technology are invited to join the Tampa chapter of the Girls in Tech nonprofit organization at their 2015 kickoff "Girls in Tech Vino Night" at Cooper's Hawk winery and restaurant on August 13, 2015. 

Tampa International Airport issues worldwide call for artists

Tampa International Airport seeks international or local artists to submit artwork for permanent display at TIA in Tampa, Florida. Deadline for entry is September 14, 2015.

Tarpon Springs launches new water treatment system

A new water treatment plant in the City of Tarpon Springs in Pinellas County will provide drinking water for city residents for many years while reducing the city's dependence on other sources.
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