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Historic St. Pete church sues after pest attack, failed fumigation

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St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in St. Petersburg is under attack again by termites lurking in its century-old walls. A St. Petersburg Times article published Aug. 9, 2000, noted St. Bartholomew’s had to be shut down for two days when it was being fumigated. It was the second time in two years the property was tented to deal with the pest issue. This time, however, the church took precautions to prevent pests from causing destruction to this historic building by contracting with…

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Matt Walsh’s birthday present, an accusation of racism

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Conservative columnist and relative blowhard Matt Walsh turned 61 this month. As sort of a happy birthday, a subscription-based lawsuit database is taking a step away from analyzing who’s being sued in the Tampa Bay area and instead speculating that maybe Walsh is a racist. In one of the releases to subscribers, the website points to a January column by Walsh in response to the president’s State of the Union Address entitled, “He just doesn’t get it.” Of course,…

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