Thursday, November 08, 2018

South & Central Tampa News

Beltran, Katt look to distinguish perspectives in State House 57 battle

Beltran, Katt look to distinguish perspectives in State House 57 battle

The two candidates took different paths to seeking office.
Published: 10/26/18
Hooper: The Daniel Ruth you may not know

Hooper: The Daniel Ruth you may not know

The venerable columnist is a friend and mentor to his colleagues.
Published: 10/26/18
Jazz on the Lawn looks to elevate Edison Elementary

Jazz on the Lawn looks to elevate Edison Elementary

The concert is part of a larger effort to better connect the community to the district’s Achievement Schools
Published: 10/26/18

County previews $65-million plan to widen Bell Shoals Road

The townhall meeting about the 3.1-mile stretch between Bloomingdale Avenue and Boyette Road draws more than 200 people.
Published: 10/25/18
Crash closes portion of S MacDill Avenue in South Tampa

Crash closes portion of S MacDill Avenue in South Tampa

A portion of S MacDill Avenue is closed early Thursday morning following a crash involving serious injuries at W Julia Street.
Published: 10/25/18
Find A Friend: Bruno the Mix

Find A Friend: Bruno the Mix

You can meet this adorable Panhandle evacuee and other animals on Saturday at Lazy Days RV.
Published: 10/24/18
Find A Friend: Panhandle Pablo The Shepherd Mix

Find A Friend: Panhandle Pablo The Shepherd Mix

New Life Dog Rescue will make Pablo and other adoptables available on Oct. 27.
Published: 10/17/18
Updated: 10/24/18
Joe Henderson: You can't have it both ways, Victor Crist, but heaven knows you try

Joe Henderson: You can't have it both ways, Victor Crist, but heaven knows you try

In 2016, Hillsborough County Commissioner Victor Crist did what he does best when faced with divisive issues.He delayed taking a public position on the Go Hillsborough plan that would have put before voters a half-cent-per dollar sales increase to pa...
Published: 10/25/18
Amy Scherzer's Diary: Weekly Wrap-Up of the Tampa Social Scene

Amy Scherzer's Diary: Weekly Wrap-Up of the Tampa Social Scene

A food fight among top chefs, an incredible true-life story of poverty and education, a celebration of the arts and a salute to Boy Scouts make up this week's highlights.
Updated one month ago
Diocese of St. Petersburg celebrates 50th year with free Family Faith Fest

Diocese of St. Petersburg celebrates 50th year with free Family Faith Fest

Originally scheduled for Al Lopez Park, the event featuring Christian music stars has shifted to the Florida State Fairgrounds.
Updated one month ago