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TAMPA — In 1969, Margaret Chan-Carter made the biggest decision of her life.
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.
All Creatures great and small are welcome at several Blessing of the Animals events beginning Oct. 2 and continuing through that weekend.
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....
TAMPA — Baseball scholarship to prestigious Duke University?
Debi Rucker, of FishHawk, the executive director of Blessed Bottoms Diaper Bank, said her organization collects diapers for families that might otherwise be forced to choose between food, shelter or diapers. Infants need up to 10 diapers a day, which...
Think your cookbook collection is out of control? Even after recently downsizing to a scant 250 cookbooks, I found it daunting to organize mine, let alone the recipes within them. My method was far from perfect, but it seemed to suit me okay.
TAMPA — The third floor of the Glazer Children’s Museum was full of happy white noise on Sunday afternoon, when excited children’s voices blended with a tinkling xylophone, clapping cymbals and a honking trombone.
Sabor, in Spanish, means flavor, so food remains at the heart of the Festival del Sabor. And what would the leading celebration of Hispanic heritage in the Tampa Bay area be without an arroz con pollo contest?
A 22-year-old man was electrocuted by downed power lines Wednesday morning at a South Tampa home, authorities said.
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