Bad Oysters, New Restaurants, Unemployment and More on Patch This Week

Here is a look back the news and features on Patch this week.

1. --The Hillsborough County Health Department raw oysters from Tampa Bay can cause a potentially life-threatening illness.

2. --An offer from local business owners for the building at 5100 North Florida Ave. was turned down last week.

3. --Ian Hallett comes to Hillsborough County from the Austin Animal Services where he saved 90 percent of the animals under the shelter's care.

4. --The long anticipated arrival of is taking place this weekend as they open their doors to a eager Seminole Heights public looking to welcome a new restaurant concept.

5. --Hillsborough County Sheriff David Gee has written a letter to the public concerning security at the Republican National Convention.

6. --After just a couple years in the kitchen of Ladies of the Sea & Soul on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Melissa Brown is branching out and doing her own thing in Seminole Heights.

7. --Florida’s unemployment rate was up to 8.8 percent in July after two consecutive months of staying at 8.6 percent.


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