Central Tampa News
TAMPA — When Brent Byerman arrived at Lake Magdalene United Methodist Church as its new pastor four years ago, he felt his wandering days were over.
It’s big, it’s bulky and it’s full of memories. I was going to give it to Goodwill, but I can’t. It speaks too many languages – the language of love, of expectations, of anticipation, of pride, of hope, of dreams. I...
Gail Hubbell of Hubbell Nursery, 2610 E. College Ave., Ruskin, called me about my last article on citrus spray and said if a spray doesn’t have a pesticide in it, then it won’t do the job. So to be safe I’m now also using what sh...
Last week I wrote about how several years ago we decided to take it easy and stay put for Thanksgiving. The prospect of turkey dinner for two didn’t quite have the feel of “holiday” to me.
YBOR CITY — It isn’t often that a building in Tampa reaches its 100th birthday.
SOUTH SHORE – Prior to the thrilling moment when a new car owner sits behind the wheel for the first time, there are anxious hours of car lot hopping, grueling negotiations and reams of paperwork.
Chet Manchester, international speaker and one-time president of the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, will speak at the Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 1310 W. Linebaugh Ave., Sunday, Nov. 9, at 2 p.m.
TAMPA HEIGHTS — The first ticketed concert in the new Water Works Park will mix music with beer for the River Rock Craft Beer & Music Festival.
On a rare Thanksgiving when we had no guests and I cooked dinner just for two, a friend asked me incredulously, “Why are you bothering?”
CARROLLWOOD — It was to be business as usual on Mike Schock’s 60th birthday.