Plant City Courier
PLANT CITY – A July 28 ceremony will celebrate the temporary display of 10 bronze sculptures around downtown.
PLANT CITY The city is pondering wide-ranging changes in regulations on new cell towers and antennas.
PLANT CITY Pamela Heaps said she was enchanted with “Legally Blonde” when it hit the silver screen a few years ago.
BRANDON — Artists 18 and older are being called to compete for prizes in the Tampa Hispanic Heritage’s 28th Anniversary Visual Art Poster Contest Celebration.
PLANT CITY The Robert W. Willaford Railroad Museum is proving to be a big draw for downtown.
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PLANT CITY – Kristen Hare said when she and her family first relocated from the Midwest, she was eager to visit Disney World and the beaches.
PLANT CITY Ed Duncan was sworn in Monday as the 23rd police chief in the city’s nearly 130-year history.
TAMPA — Like many children who grew up playing baseball, Tom Parnell dreamed of one day pitching in Yankee Stadium.
PLANT CITY A local clogging team took several first place trophies recently at a competition near Atlanta.