Top Headlines: Python Challenge, Corey Ave. Revitalization, BP Lawsuit
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City officials hope to have a plan to revitalize the Corey Avenue business district in place by May, the Beach Beacon reports.
The Florida Python Challenge ends Feb. 10. At this point, more than 800 registered hunters have caught 50 snakes.
Indian Rocks Beach, Madeira Beach, St. Pete Beach and Treasure Island are seeking more than $12 million in damages as a result of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
City commissioners will hear an update from the architects during Tuesday's meeting.
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