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You can call my husband and me many things at this stage of our lives. We both were sexagenarians a decade ago and are septuagenarians now. We look forward to being octogenarians, nonagenarians and even centenarians.
Half a century ago when I first visited Florida with my parents, my mother was quite taken by a shrimp plant she spotted in a restaurant. Papa was more taken that she had given it a name. How did she know it was a shrimp plant? he asked.
Our bay waters are in the 90-degree range. That’s hot, and the fishing can be also.
DAVIS ISLANDS — New mothers of premature babies now have 20 brightly colored handmade feeding pillows that help hold tiny infants while they nurse.
Bob Schofner, a Boy Scout in Troop 4, of South Tampa, recently remodeled a storage room at United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa Bay Early Childhood Education Preschool into a sensory room.
Luis Mercado kept hold on his empty ramen noodles plastic wrapping. The 12-year-old Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay member wanted to show his mother what he had cooked that day as part of a five-week cooking course at the Epicurean Hotel....
TAMPA — Artist Jody Chandler, of Central Tampa, will share her work and that of her recent students from Orange Grove Middle Magnet School of the Arts during an art show mysteriously called, “Open for Interpretation.”...
One resident has been displaced after a fire in Hyde Park early this morning that investigators say was caused when smoking materials were improperly discarded on a porch.
Bealls Department Stores is proud to announce their partnership with St. Joseph's Children's Hospital's “Christmas in July” Donation Drive. The program began July 1 and is a community-wide, monthlong fundraiser. The donation and toy drive...
DOWNTOWN — Shelby Ronea’s mother realized her daughter’s talent after performances in middle school plays.
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