Friday, November 16, 2018

Northwest Hillsborough & New Tampa News

Forest Hills man seeks new sight through innovation

Forest Hills man seeks new sight through innovation

Legally blind since a 2010 hit and run accident, he hopes to raise enough money to purchase the electronic goggles.
Updated one month ago
For King and Country’s Luke Smallbone keeps the faith

For King and Country’s Luke Smallbone keeps the faith

Smallbone and his brother bring their Christmas tour to Amalie Arena on Dec. 14.
Updated one month ago
Find A Friend: Lucky the All-American mutt.

Find A Friend: Lucky the All-American mutt.

Lucky will be featured at the Par For Paws Golf Tournament in Valrico on Nov. 16.
Updated one month ago
PACE Center for Girls Hillsborough aims to broaden reach

PACE Center for Girls Hillsborough aims to broaden reach

The nonprofit will kickoff a fundraising campaign at its annual lunch on Thursday.
Updated one month ago
Fall RV Show coming to fairgrounds

Fall RV Show coming to fairgrounds

The luxury motorhomes will be at the center of family-friendly activities on Veterans Day weekend.
Updated one month ago
Joe Henderson: NRA working to hold its grip on state agriculture commissioner

Joe Henderson: NRA working to hold its grip on state agriculture commissioner

In a weird way, I guess it makes sense that the Florida Department of Agriculture oversees the granting of concealed weapons permits. There always seems to be a bumper crop of guns in these parts.There are currently about 1.9 million people licensed ...
Updated one month ago
Ruskin Seafood Festival: From simple roots to super success

Ruskin Seafood Festival: From simple roots to super success

RUSKIN — Inspired by the abundance of area seafood, the local chamber pulled together vendors to provide food and fun for local families in 1988.Christened as “The Seafood Festival,” the chamber members and community leaders stag...
Updated one month ago

Tampa company, using satellites, data, analyses Russian threats in Baltics

Using images taken by their sister company’s satellite and data gathered from thousands of unclassified sources, two analysts from Tampa have laid out how they think the Russians could be preparing the battlefield for a future conflict in its former ...
Updated one month ago
Jazz Club to pair jazz stylists at HCC Ybor Mainstage

Jazz Club to pair jazz stylists at HCC Ybor Mainstage

Fred Johnson, Synia Carroll come together for special concert with Phil Magallanes Trio
Updated one month ago
Beat to go on at Tampa’s African Drum and Dance Conference

Beat to go on at Tampa’s African Drum and Dance Conference

The second annual conference will bring together various dancers, drummers for three-day event.
Updated one month ago