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Wednesday, Oct 01, 2014

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At TCCA, lessons from church are brought onto the field

At TCCA, lessons from church are brought onto the field

TAMPA — Jay Buchanan sits in his office, adorned with football helmets and religious artifacts, and talks about, well, football and religion.
Updated: 16 hours ago
The YES! F.A.I.R. is coming to town

The YES! F.A.I.R. is coming to town

TAMPA — Becki Forsell has never wanted to be defined by her disability.
Updated: 16 hours ago
Seeking a balance between opposites

Seeking a balance between opposites

TAMPA — John Gurbacs tries to explain where his ideas originate. How so many colors intertwine with so many others into shapes and imagination, that even those who don’t care for staring find themselves staring, and staring some more....
Updated: 16 hours ago
Leader of the band downplays his role

Leader of the band downplays his role

TAMPA — Josh Hobbs looks a lot younger than he is. But boyish looks aside, he’s proven his skills at conducting an eclectic band of musicians — those who volunteer for the Carrollwood Winds, a group that plays music of all types ...
Updated: 16 hours ago

Save money — or make it — on new, gently used baby clothes

TAMPA — If you are a typical first-time parent, there’s a good chance you bought more baby clothes than you needed.
Updated: 16 hours ago
Professional reaches her pinnacle — she can now vote

Professional reaches her pinnacle — she can now vote

TAMPA — In 1969, Margaret Chan-Carter made the biggest decision of her life.
Published: 09/24/14
High Hopes in High Heels announces charities

High Hopes in High Heels announces charities

WEST SHORE — High Hopes in High Heels, a volunteer organization of professional women, plans to support four different nonprofit agencies during its 2014-15 activities year and summer 2015.
Published: 09/24/14
County volleyball: Where the boys aren’t

County volleyball: Where the boys aren’t

TAMPA — Vicky Page has been involved with Tampa Bay-area volleyball for years. She’s seen it grow from a novelty to a competitive sport that has players earning scholarships at major colleges.
Published: 09/24/14

Gramatica family gets a kick out of giving back

TAMPA — The sports world is filled with athletes who run charitable foundations. Most of them lend their name and make the occasional appearance, sign a few autographs and leave the staff to handle the dirty work....
Published: 09/24/14
At Bellamy, the students choose to never forget

At Bellamy, the students choose to never forget

TAMPA — The third- graders at Bellamy Elementary School weren’t even alive when the planes slammed into the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, 2001.
Published: 09/24/14