Rays Continue Search For New Home 

Posted: 3:29 am Friday, March 24th, 2017

By Ann Kelly

It looks like the Rays will have to keep looking for a new home in the Bay area after principal owner Stu Sternberg says that the location they had at the top of their list won’t happen. And that’s also true for the rest of their top five choices. See the full story from the Tampa Bay Times here.

If you’ve bought something from Harbor Freight Tools you just might have a little money coming your way thanks to a class action lawsuit. The suit was brought over misleading sale prices and your payday could be for up to 30% of what you paid. If you bought anything between April 8, 2011 and December 15, 2016 click here for more information.

Joseph Corrao, the Florida man who is accused of killing Pinky the dancing flamingo at Busch Gardens must have in-home competency training before the animal cruelty case against him can continue. Two doctors have already said Corrao is not competent to stand trial right now.

The city of St Pete may be taking control of Tangerine Plaza soon. The shopping center has seen two grocery stores come and go, and now it’s been sold at auction. Summit Bridge bought the lease holding rights and eventually those could be turned over to the city.

A fifteen year old deaf poodle named Taffy was rescued from a storm drain yesterday. Her owner Wesson Williams said Taffy wandered away and he later found her in the drain. Port Richey Fire Rescue and the Water Department came to Taffy’s rescue, who came out just fine, still wearing her pink sweater.