Josh Fiallo, Digital Producer

Josh Fiallo

Digital Producer

I joined the Times as an intern on the web desk in December 2018. Before writing news, I covered high school football for the Times in 2017, where I simultaneously served as the sports editor of the University of South Florida's student newspaper. I live in Zephyrhills, where I was born and raised, and attend USF.

Amid Trump-NYT controversy, everyone has a thought for Citrus County

The New York Times newspaper on the shelf at the Citrus County Library Lakes Region at 1511 Druid Rd. on Thursday in Inverness. The Citrus County Commission was looking to eliminate the cost of the New York Times digital subscriptions because they say it is
The former general manager of the New York Mets offered money. A flood of emails crashed government servers. And the opinions keep coming.

Florida’s top Republican, top Democrat agree on one thing: 2020 hinges on the Sunshine State

Florida Democratic Party chairwoman Terrie Rizzo (left) and Republican Party of Florida chairman state Sen. Joe Gruters (middle) talk about the 2020 election with Tampa Bay Times political editor Steve Contorno on Wednesday. Chris Urso  |  Chris Urso
Republican Party of Florida chairman Joe Gruters and Florida Democratic Party chairwoman Terrie Rizzo join Times Political Editor Steve Contorno.

Vandal destroys more downtown St. Petersburg parking meters

Photographs of downtown St. Petersburg parking meters along Central Avenue that were vandalized with foam sealant. The photo on the left is from the city, the photo on the right was sent to the Tampa Bay Times. Times
Mayor Rick Kriseman had a message to the vandal after latest strike: “We will find you”

Welcome to Citrus County, Fla., home to the culture war for a day

Inverness was home to the Citrus County commission meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 5, where leader were under fire from the public over their denial of a request to fund the county's libraries for digital subscriptions to The New York Times. Zachary T. Sampson  |  Tampa Bay Times
The debate was on its surface about a digital subscription to The New York Times. It was really about much more.

Commissioners call New York Times ‘fake news,’ deny library funding for digital subscriptions

’I don’t agree with it, I don’t like ‘em,' said one Citrus County commissioner who said he agrees with President Donald Trump that the newspaper prints ‘fake news.'