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TAMPA — It took Rev. Francisco Castro at least 10 minutes to make a relatively short walk from the entrance of the church to his seat at the front near the pulpit.
Updated: 7 hours ago
A single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning has left one person dead when a pickup rolled over and a man riding in the bed was killed at Armenia Avenue and Interstate 275.
Updated: 22 hours ago
YBOR CITY — City officials and family and friends of the “indelible” Molly Ferrara gathered at Centro Ybor on Friday afternoon to recognize her contributions to the city of Tampa.
TAMPA — Until recently, when golfers played the course at MacDill Air Force Base, they had to spritz on bug spray and hope mosquitos living in the stands of Brazilian pepper plants dotting the greens weren’t too hungry.
HYDE PARK – When Kirk and Katie Gibbons moved to their Hyde Park home on South Dakota Avenue, there were still three boarding houses on the street.
For perspective, we need to periodically look at ourselves in ways that innately matter. Ways that can’t be directly quantified by dollar signs.
TAMPA – The 19th century Christmas celebration, with antiques, glittering ornaments and toys of long ago, is captured at the 32nd annual Victorian Christmas Stroll.
PALMA CEIA — Red dresses and blouses were the order of the day as members of the Red Cross Angels greeted old and new friends for the annual Red Cross Angels Silver Coffee....
Tony Zappone will speak to the Fendig Friends of the Library on at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 10 about the day he spent photographing President John F. Kennedy during the president’s visit to Tampa on Nov. 18, 1963, four days before his assassination....
BRANDON – In commemoration of this year’s 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington, the Tampa/Hillsborough County Human Rights Council has selected “Marching Forward: Advancing the Dream” as the theme for its 4...
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