Posted: 3:39 am Monday, October 3rd, 2016
By Ann Kelly
The Bucs have lost three in a row, dropping yesterday’s game at Raymond James Stadium 27-7 loss to the Denver Broncos. Jameis Winston threw two more interceptions, making eight for the season already. Next up it’s a Monday Night game a week from tonight against Carolina at 8:30 pm at Bank of American Stadium.
Clearwater Fire & Rescue had to lend a hand at this past weekend’s Super Boat Races. One of those boats flipped and two people were taken to Bayfront Health in St Pete to get checked out.
Hurricane Matthew continues to barrel through the Caribbean triggering hurricane warnings for Jamaica, Haiti, parts of Cuba and the Bahamas. It’s still a category 4 storm with 130 mph winds and on the present track will be just off the east coast of Florida. For updates check with the Dove Hurricane Guide.
The Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization has meeting scheduled for Tuesday to talk about adding a toll lane to the Howard Frankland Bridge as part of the TBX project. Some members of the Hillsborough County Public Transportation Committee aren’t happy with the proposed plan which would not add a lane for tolls as they thought, but would just use an existing lane. That toll could be a much as $6 each way at peak travel times. FDOT is also meeting that same day to talk about the TBX project.
The creepy clown commotion made its way to Pasco County last week. Postings of a “clown” in Sims Park caused some concern but New Port Richey police say they haven’t received any calls. Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco is concerned someone playing a prank is going to get hurt. He’s already heard from people in the county say if anyone like that trespasses on their property, they’ll get shot.
A baby food formula that is sold in California but marketed online is under recall because it could contain a type of bacteria known to cause meningitis in infants, It’s sold under the name Sammy’s Milk Baby Food Formula and if you have any don’t use it and if you have any questions call the company at 949-646-4628, or email at recall@SammysMilk.com between 10 a.m.-5 p.m. PST, Monday through Friday.