South Tampa News
TAMPA — Hillel Academy teacher Michael Gamson may be accused of droning on and on, day after day, while teaching IT — but the kids don’t mind it a bit.
TAMPA — It wasn’t the $20,000 reward that brought Jacob Salow to the Tallahassee Police Department on Monday afternoon.
I used to hate caramel sauce. It’s usually thin, runny and lackluster in flavor.
Tom and Barb Noethiger can teach us all some lessons on how to have a neat and lovely garden with a minimum of maintenance and a maximum of enjoyment.
A letter came in the mail a few days ago and I opened it with curiosity. It was from my cousin Carol in New York, who I see rarely these days but we keep in touch by phone. The envelope read “Do Not Bend,” and that just made me even mor...
TAMPA — Jackie Faircloth was having a great senior year at Plant High School. A strong student, she had lots of friends and this year earned a spot on the school’s cheerleading squad.
When Will Carey was a chef in Brooklyn, he was concerned about all the food that went to waste. So ever since he moved to Florida in 1994, he’s been busy working to end that practice and ensure no person goes hungry.
CULBREATH ISLES — Red was the color of the day as about 125 guests — most wearing red dresses, jackets or ties — gathered for the annual Red Cross Angels Silver Coffee.
TAMPA — Tampa residents Fredrick Monroe and his wife, Linda, couldn’t believe what they saw on television this fall.
Nine student athletes from Plant High School signed letters of intent Monday, Nov. 17, thus continuing their chosen sports on the collegiate level.