He lived in a trailer park next door to a lesbian couple named Norma Beteta Fonseca and Latanya Dinsy. The couple had eight children total. He hated the couple passionately, so he set fire to their trailer........more
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Merchants who complain about a party in Ybor shouldn't be in Ybor. "They can go to Westchase, or up to Wesley Chapel, and set up shop on a nice, quiet street,"
"For years, Guavaween worked as an adult-based event, a big party, and a good time. There's absolutely nothing wrong with that," he said. "It's one night. We wake up, we have a hangover, we clean up and move on."
"It was just so dead," said Megan Hixon, assistant general manager at
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In Florida you kill someone you go free. But don't try selling weed. Michael Allen Babiarz, 42, of Sarasota, and Aaron Edwin Remaley, 39, of Riverview, have each been charged with conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute 100 kilograms or more of marijuana. If convicted, Babiarz and Remaley face up to 40 years in prison.....more>
The case was investigated by the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office and the Polk County Sheriff's Office
Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/2014/04/11/5098003/sarasota-man-indicted-by-feds.html?sp=/99/179/#storylink=cpy
Rick Scott: Has two campaign ads that falsely suggest 300,000 people in the state already lost their health insurance plans due to Obamacare. Fact: Florida Blue, said in an email that the Affordable Care Act has not resulted in 300,000 of its customers being forced out of their plans. "To date, most of the members in our pre-ACA plans have kept their plans.....more>
The Ybor City Chamber of Commerce is considering licensing its nationally-known Halloween event, Guavaween, to a third party for 2014. "We think it's time for the Chamber to spin-off this unique special event,"
said David Alvarez, Chair of the Ybor City Chamber.
The Chamber's Guavaween is now in its 28th year. This celebration has been an Ybor institution for almost most three decades; long enough to build a significant national reputation. outside of the district. Guavaween's very colorful and somewhat naughty reputation is a 22nd century phenomena with a web presence that is "larger than life." The creators of Ybor's Guavaween were ahead of their time, capitalizing on what has become the second most commercialized holiday in America.
If you are interested in putting together a proposal to compete to license the rights to Guavaween 2014 and beyond, submit a Letter of Inquiry to the Chamber at