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USF Awarded a $1.5 million National Science Foundation Grant to Help Build More Equitable Communities

A team of researchers from the University of South Florida has received a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help build more equitable communities.  The award, which also includes researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, will fund a project to establish practices to improve civil and environmental engineering curriculum by providing…


Lealman’s Future Includes Festivals, Fireworks

There’s a buzz around Lealman. The unincorporated area of central Pinellas County has a population of approximately 34,000 people, lots of greenspace – and countless honeybees. Since anyone can remember, there have been numerous private honey-supplying apiaries within the 5.7 square-mile community. That’s reason enough for a newly-formed advisory committee to title an upcoming event…


Ballooning Costs, Inability to Find Operator Hamper West Palm Beach’s Efforts to Revive Historic Sunset Lounge

The city of West Palm Beach and its community redevelopment agency are creating a new African American cultural tourism destination. The publicly-funded redevelopment of the Sunset Lounge in the city’s historic Northwest neighborhood hopes to “pay homage to the rich jazz and Black history of the area.” “This was the entertainment hub,” Robbie Littles said.…