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Florida College spending $2.5 million on renovations
Florida College, a source of city pride for 67 years, is spending $2.5 million to renovate two buildings on the North Glen Arven Avenue campus.
Published on 05/30/13
Fowler Avenue to reopen this morning after gas leak
Fowler Avenue, from Gillette Avenue to Interstate 75, is expected to open between 6-7 a.m. following a gas leak Wednesday night.
Published on 05/29/13
Lawsuit filed against Temple Terrace, school in drowning death
The father of a 15-year-old boy who drowned during a school-sponsored pool party at the Temple Terrace Family Recreation Center in September is suing the city and Pepin Academy.
Published on 05/28/13
Temple Terrace officer, firefighter to be honored
Police Officer Tiffany Morris and Temple Terrace Firefighter/Engineer Benjamin Blethen will be honored Thursday at the annual Our Heroes Luncheon in downtown Tampa.
Published on 05/15/13
Code violation becomes $94,000 ‘nightmare’ in Temple Terrace
William Holland Jr. had hoped to quickly resolve a code enforcement complaint about exposed wood on the roof of his Willowick Avenue home in 2007.
Published on 05/13/13
Updated on 05/14/13
Temple Terrace debuts renovated council chamber
The City Council chamber has bid farewell to the dark paneling and old auditorium-style chairs that made the room appear dated.
Published on 05/09/13
Temple Terrace: Town center developer defaulting on agreement
City leaders and a developer of a $150 million downtown district project are having trouble seeing eye-to-eye.
Published on 05/09/13
Temple Terrace Relay sprints to another great finish
Hundreds turned out in the fight against cancer, but Terrace Community Middle School students were the ultimate stars of the show.
Published on 05/07/13
Updated on 05/09/13
Temple Terrace City Clerk announces retirement
The youngest of three children, Melissa “Lisa” Small spent her early childhood years in an Illinois farming community. She attended the first grade school in a one-room schoolhouse that housed students through t...
Published on 05/06/13
Rep. Ross hosts information session on military academies
The office of U.S. Rep. Dennis Ross will host a Service Academy Day today for school students interested in attending a United States military academy after high school.
Published on 05/02/13
King High student’s Eagle project aids dogs, students
Tyler Anderson’s Eagle Scout project is a win, win, win for everyone concerned.
Published on 04/26/13
Temple Terrace Woman’s Club stocks food pantry
They say they’re bonded by their passion for helping people in need.
Published on 04/25/13
Temple Terrace Girl Scouts triathlon helps girl
If there were an award given to Girl Scout groups that epitomize the worldwide organization’s mission of growing “girls of courage, confidence and character,” Terrace Terrace-based Troop 758 would be among the top contenders.
Published on 04/23/13
12-year-olds suspected in Temple Terrace church arson
A church fire on Tuesday was likely arson and two 12-year-old boys could be charged with starting the blaze, Temple Terrace officials said.
Published on 04/18/13
Proposed bat tower in Temple Terrace finds foes
Residents near Riverhills Park have raised concerns about plans to place a bat tower too close to their homes.
Published on 04/18/13