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Fashionollia 66 raises money for Bridging Freedom nonprofit

Fashionollia 66 raises money for Bridging Freedom nonprofit

TAMPA – Guests at the Fashionollia 66 cheered and applauded for the various celebrity and club member models as they appeared on the fashion show’s runaway.
Published: 04/08/14
Updated: 04/09/14
St. Peter Claver School outlines successes, challenges

St. Peter Claver School outlines successes, challenges

WESTSHORE – St. Peter Claver Catholic School administration had good news to share with its supporters at its recent fundraising luncheon.
Published: 04/08/14
Updated: 04/09/14
What’s new at USF Botanical Gardens?

What’s new at USF Botanical Gardens?

Going back to a garden you’ve visited before has the charm of seeing the familiar. Then comes the delight of what’s been added or improved.
Published: 04/09/14
Mild weather makes for great fishing in South Shore waters

Mild weather makes for great fishing in South Shore waters

Cold fronts have thinned out and the few that are still hitting us are not as strong as we had seen earlier in the year. This has made for the consistent kind of weather that makes spring fishing some of the best of the year. The nice weather mixed f...
Published: 04/09/14
Tampa to celebrate Earth Day with EcoFest

Tampa to celebrate Earth Day with EcoFest

SEMINOLE HEIGHTS – Earth Day will be celebrated in Tampa on Saturday with a free family-friendly event, EcoFest 2014.
Published: 04/08/14
Updated: 04/09/14
Noto family, sponsors lend hand to MacDonald Training Center

Noto family, sponsors lend hand to MacDonald Training Center

On March 21, the 39th Annual Feast of St. Joseph, brought to Tampa once again by the Noto family and various local sponsors, was once again a success.
Published: 04/09/14

O’Neill: Is Jeb the GOP establishment’s answer for 2016?

The orchestrations, subplots and serious concerns are well underway.
Published: 04/08/14
Advice, plants available at annual USF Botanical Gardens festival

Advice, plants available at annual USF Botanical Gardens festival

TAMPA – Spring has sprung and that means the University of South Florida Botanical Gardens is set to host its biggest event of the year.
Published: 04/08/14
Multiple organ recipient, 3,  tries for normal life

Multiple organ recipient, 3, tries for normal life

The only visible differences between Adonis Perez and any other little boy is his feeding tube — connected to a “Toy Story” backpack that he carries at all times — and the twisting, purplish scar on his stomach from his surgery last year.
Published: 04/06/14
Updated: 04/07/14

Body found floating in Tampa Bay near Gandy bridge

A dead man was found floating in Tampa Bay this morning, Tampa Police said.
Published: 04/05/14