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Nurse at Memorial Hospital honored

Nurse at Memorial Hospital honored

SOUTH TAMPA — Theresa Sullivan, vice president of quality/infection control/risk management/medical staff at Memorial Hospital of Tampa, has been named the Outstanding Army Nurse of the Year by the National Society Daughters of the American Re...
Published: 08/20/14
Iconic muscle gym closes after 40 years

Iconic muscle gym closes after 40 years

SOUTH TAMPA — Some of the latest fitness crazes include CrossFit, Zumba and bootcamps, but one retiring gym owner says all it really takes to get fit is a good pair of dumbbells.
Published: 08/20/14
Group takes on task of preserving 140-year-old cemetery

Group takes on task of preserving 140-year-old cemetery

A new group hopes to bring back dignity to a 140-year-old cemetery that holds the remains of some of Tampa and Ybor City’s early leaders.
Published: 08/20/14
Artists sought for Hyde Park Village Art Fair

Artists sought for Hyde Park Village Art Fair

The 25th anniversary Hyde Park Village Art Fair will take place Oct. 25 and 26 at Hyde Park Village, featuring “Pinktober items” designed to raise breast cancer awareness.
Published: 08/20/14

Police: Woman shoots acquaintance in Davis Islands home

A Tampa man suffered non-life threatening injuries early this morning after he was shot by an acquaintance in her Davis Islands home.
Published: 08/20/14

Plant Museum, Shriners hospital partner to bring history to life

TAMPA — Well-bred men and women of the mid-to-late 19th century lived by a strict code of conduct. Modesty was high on that list.
Published: 08/20/14
Pint-sized running phenomenon has ambition to spare

Pint-sized running phenomenon has ambition to spare

Amir Stiff is 8 years old and can outrun almost anybody.
Published: 08/20/14
Water main breaks snarl traffic on Ashley, S. Dale Mabry

Water main breaks snarl traffic on Ashley, S. Dale Mabry

TAMPA — A pair of water main breaks late Monday and early Tuesday snarled traffic at busy Tampa intersections and caused headaches for nearby businesses, with street repairs not expected to be complete until Friday evening....
Published: 08/18/14
Updated: 08/19/14
Heart recipients aim to raise funds for other patients

Heart recipients aim to raise funds for other patients

TAMPA — They are part of a special fraternity. They have seen life, death and then life again. Not a lot of people can say that. They meet at Tampa General Hospital to talk, laugh and share their experiences.
Updated: 1 months ago
New South Tampa charter school to offer daily Spanish

New South Tampa charter school to offer daily Spanish

Dania Serrano is willing to drive her children from Citrus Park to South Tampa each weekday because she believes a new charter school will be that good.
Updated: 1 months ago