From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid “trolls” has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet — and in real-life American communities.
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AROUND THE WEB
- The Tech & Design Issue: The Agency
By ADRIAN CHEN - Saturday Jun 20, 2015
- Jaguars DE Dante Fowler Jr. arrested in St. Petersburg
Wednesday Jul 19, 2017
Dante Fowler Jr. was charged with simple battery and criminal mischief.
- Russia Showcases Global Ambitions With Military Parades, One in Syria
By IVAN NECHEPURENKO - Sunday Jul 30, 2017
Navy Day events in St. Petersburg, which President Vladimir V. Putin oversaw, and in Syria were efforts to demonstrate growing military might.
- Fognini, Dzumhur reach final of St. Petersburg Open
By AP - By AP - Saturday Sep 23, 2017
Fabio Fognini will play for his second ATP title of the year and Damir Dzumhur for the first of his career in the final of the St. Petersburg Open
- Flooding forces changes to sports schedules
By Kristine Rieken - Tuesday Aug 29, 2017
HOUSTON — The Houston Astros will play their series against the Texas Rangers at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., this week, the biggest change yet forced by Hurricane Harvey and the flooding that has spread misery across Texas. The Astros and Rangers flew to Dallas after games in California on Sunday to await news of where the series would be held. After an off day Monday, they head to St. Petersburg, where the Astros will have three “home” games against the Rangers beginning Tuesday. The Astros said a three-game series against the New York Mets that begins Friday may also be played at Tropicana Field, the home of the Tampa Bay Rays.
- After Irma, Tampa area still at risk but not fully prepared
By TAMARA LUSH, Associated Press - Tuesday Sep 12, 2017
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — As monster Hurricane Irma buzz-sawed its way up Florida's Gulf Coast, it looked for several hours like the heavily populated Tampa Bay area could face catastrophic wind damage and flooding from the first major storm to roar ashore there in 96 years.There was good reason to worry. Since 1921, when about 120,000 people lived there, the region has added three million residents and tens of thousands of new homes along low-lying waterfront property.The storm left Tampa and St. Petersburg with only power outages and downed tree limbs to contend with.