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February 20, 2018

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› Window closing for Tampa Bay Rays stadium in Carillon Business Park
Amid much fanfare two years ago, developer Darryl LeClair unveiled bold plans for a new Tampa Bay Rays stadium. But no one from the Rays ever approached LeClair, who is close to giving up on his dream of building a mixed-use stadium and office park.

› Crist gets another boost with public money
Former Gov. Charlie Crist is getting some help for his challenge to incumbent Gov. Rick Scott. And it's coming from Florida taxpayers. Crist on Friday received more than $474,000 when he received his second check of public matching funds.

›Disney reaches tentative contract agreement for part-time workers
Walt Disney World reached a tentative contract agreement Friday evening for part-time workers represented by its largest union group. The agreement mirrors one reached two weeks ago for full-timers covered by the Service Trades Council.

› Hemp helps build a house in Tarpon Springs, likely first in Florida
On a red-brick street near the Pinellas Trail south of Dodecanese Boulevard, Bob Clayton has built what is believed to be Florida's first — and America's fourth — house constructed of hempcrete.

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