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Hillsborough now renting canoes in some parks

Those who prefer to spend their outdoor leisure time paddling now have access to the waterways in several regional parks, using county canoes or kayaks.

Published on 01/30/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Lithia ranch 'rescues' horses, youngsters
It took just one day of giving to bring it all into focus for Angela Spillas.
Published on 01/19/13
Updated on 03/13/13
FishHawk Sports Complex plan wins over neighbors
Plan would add lighted soccer fields, move gopher tortoises
Published on 10/25/12
Updated on 03/18/13
Lithia woman shows others what it takes to get fit

Maria Malec gave up her sedentary lifestyle for a healthy one to help others, and even made it through a Tougher Mudder competition.

Published on 01/04/12
Updated on 03/19/13
Middle schoolers learning how to give back

Some walk into Kristy Verdi's classroom with no real idea of what community service is.

Published on 11/07/11
Updated on 03/21/13
'New kind of church' meeting in Lithia parks
Kody Kirchhoff and his longtime friend, Gary Randolph, have a vision for how church should be.
Published on 10/15/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Barrington students learn cooking, sewing and responsibility

Making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the homeless may not seem like a quick road to the student council presidency, but it is a lesson in social responsibility for upcoming student leaders.

Published on 10/04/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Painter injured when scaffolding collapses inside storage tank
A contract painter was airlifted to Tampa General Hospital this afternoon when the scaffolding he was on inside a water storage tank collapsed.
Published on 07/20/11
Updated on 03/20/13
Park crawling with crawfish

As fast as Tammy Broussard and her daughter Michaela could dish up heaping plates full of Louisiana crawfish, corn and potatoes, fans of the tasty crustaceans scooped them up at Park Square.

Published on 05/25/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Free sporting clay clinic for women, kids

The guns, the ear protection and the eye protection are all there.

Published on 01/03/11
Updated on 03/19/13
FishHawk residents not keen on having park open to the 'whole world'

Newland donated land for a county park to decrease the environmental impact of the development.

Published on 12/14/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Clay shoot Saturday benefits Paws for Patriots

Paws for Patriots, a program that provides guide dogs to injured veterans, will benefit from a clay shoot scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday.

Published on 11/10/10
Updated on 07/12/13
Alafia River canoe-kayak challenge is back this year

The economy may have sidelined it for a year, but this fall, the Alafia Challenge Canoe and Kayak Race is back on.

Published on 07/28/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Adventure Race benefits ECHO to tune of $10K

Today's weather was just right for dozens of adventure racers - many enjoying their first race - who converged on Alafia River State Park for some challenging outdoor fun while also helping raise $10,000 an organization ...

Published on 03/18/10
Updated on 03/20/13
Lithia equestrians work to feed starving horses

The state's struggling economy has left dozens of starving and abandoned horses in its wake, as owners are unable to scrape together enough money to properly care for them.

Published on 01/07/10
Updated on 03/20/13