Should we be pleased or appalled that the boss at the James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital felt compelled to write a memo reminding her staff to answer the phones?
Voters will have a chance Nov. 4 to decide whether three Republican incumbents should return to Washington to represent the Tampa Bay area in Congress.
Voters winnowed the Hillsborough County School Board field in the August primary, but they still need to make their final selections in the three races. The election will determine who will be entrusted with overseeing the policies affecting 200,000 ...
A prestigious panel of scientists, artists and entrepreneurs will gather at the Museum of Science and Industry over the next few days for an annual event meant to inspire Hispanic students to pursue careers in science, technology, education, the arts...
Lost in the debate over whether Attorney General Pam Bondi should continue fighting on behalf of the state’s Defense of Marriage Act is the fact that 61 percent of Florida voters adopted the constitutional amendment only six years ago.
Hillsborough voters still have two judicial races to decide in the 13th Circuit Court, which encompasses all of Hillsborough County.
The announcement last week that Tampa Electric Co. will spend as much as $6 million to install a solar-panel system at Tampa International Airport represents another big step forward in the Tampa Bay area toward harnessing the power of the sun.
Although the governor’s race gets the most attention, local elected officials are more likely to have direct daily impact on voters’ lives.
In the Florida House races that are predominantly in Hillsborough, voters this year will decide whether to return three incumbents to office and fill an open seat.
St. Petersburg voters are being asked to change the city charter to allow City Council members to freely voice their opinions about the mayor’s hiring of top executives. Council members were warned by the city attorney earlier this year that c...