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Give thanks so many are growing to end hunger

Give thanks so many are growing to end hunger

When Will Carey was a chef in Brooklyn, he was concerned about all the food that went to waste. So ever since he moved to Florida in 1994, he’s been busy working to end that practice and ensure no person goes hungry.
Published: 11/26/14
Red was the color of the day for these angels

Red was the color of the day for these angels

CULBREATH ISLES — Red was the color of the day as about 125 guests — most wearing red dresses, jackets or ties — gathered for the annual Red Cross Angels Silver Coffee.
Published: 11/26/14
Photo harkens back to man’s Roosevelt- influenced youth

Photo harkens back to man’s Roosevelt- influenced youth

TAMPA — Tampa residents Fredrick Monroe and his wife, Linda, couldn’t believe what they saw on television this fall.
Published: 11/26/14
Seminole Heights small businesses to host Shop Hop

Seminole Heights small businesses to host Shop Hop

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS – A dozen small businesses have banded together for the second Seminole Heights Holiday Shop Hop.
Published: 11/26/14

Hop on the safari bus to help local retailers

TAMPA — Hillsborough County is urging holiday shoppers to support local, independently-owned businesses Saturday — the annual Small Business Saturday holiday shopping event.
Published: 11/26/14
Troop celebrates two more Eagle Scouts

Troop celebrates two more Eagle Scouts

Tampa’s Boy Scout Troop 4 celebrated two Eagle Scouts in its new home at Palma Ceia Presbyterian Church in South Tampa on Nov. 10. Daniel Paskert and Wade FitzGerald became the newest Eagle Scouts from the 98-year-old troop.
Published: 11/26/14
It might be six-on-six, but it is still football

It might be six-on-six, but it is still football

TAMPA – There are 15 boys that attend the Town ‘N Country Christian Academy. Thirteen of them play football.
Published: 11/26/14
Where campaign relics spend their sunset years

Where campaign relics spend their sunset years

Every wonder what happens to old political props after the campaigns are over?
Published: 11/26/14
Flowers make this gardener happy

Flowers make this gardener happy

Barbara Blasband has lived in her home in south Brandon since 1970, but her current garden has all been done since she retired in 2012. She was too busy working before that. There was some grass, some mulch and a few plants before, but now there ...
Published: 11/20/14
Jesuit student has the horses to finish Ironman challenge

Jesuit student has the horses to finish Ironman challenge

TAMPA — It was less than a year ago when Jesuit senior Joey Russell was presented with the biggest challenge of his life.
Published: 11/19/14