TAMPA – While what might be Carrollwood’s party of the year is still six months away, Ginger Willms is already working hard.
TAMPA – How far can a tennis ball fly with the help of duct tape and a couple of eighth-graders?
My dog died today.
LUTZ – It isn’t always easy to get children to listen to – let alone perform – music that isn’t found blaring out of a radio or iPod.
The Carrollwood Area Business Association hosted its annual Taste of Carrollwood on March 30 at the India Cultural Center.
TAMPA – As a senior at Leto High School, Alejandra Franco went through website after website in search of a college scholarship. Her grades were good enough and, besides that, she already knew what she wanted to do once she made it to college....
April is here and spring is in full swing. By mid-April snook should be on the way to their spawning areas of May and June.
Was it only last year I was so glad to have the Hillsborough County Extension Service experts decide that samples of my citrus did not show citrus greening? Well, the greening has found me.
They’re called Bright Futures scholarships. They help bright Florida high school students with obvious educational upsides with in-state tuition. They are based on merit.
TAMPA – They meet every Sunday to play a sport that is known almost everywhere in the world – except America.