An administrative law judge this week said St. Petersburg College should finalize the firing of a Tarpon Springs Campus provost because he did not properly provide information about being arrested last year.Judge D.R. Alexander, in a 28-page recommended order issued Wednesday, ruled against Marvin Bright, who was arrested Sept. 1 on two felony charges because of an altercation involving a woman with whom he was having an affair. Prosecutors ultimately dropped the charges, but the […]

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