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Hometown Hillsborough publishes on Fridays. Send news of everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from family reunions, a local achievement, celebrations or simply good news you want to trumpet. To make a submission, contact Hometown Hillsborough coordinator Aimée …
Dog days of August got you down? Let Ranger share the bright side. This 10-month-old, medium-sized mixed terrier was dumped — literally. But one man's trash is another's treasure. Found starving at 24 pounds, he's now a healthy 42. Ranger is bright, obedient and cheerful with other pets and people. Playful …
Brenda Ortiz walks 3 1/2 miles along the Courtney Campbell Causeway every Sunday morning. • Every weekday, she wakes up at 5 a.m. to hit the gym before going to work. • But Ortiz, who eats a diet of organic produce and whole foods, doesn't count calories. • She is a student of the book The Daniel Plan: …
Summertime. The heat and humidity are in full swing. The water temperature is between 88 and 93 degrees. The key to a good fishing trip this time of year is water movement. Without it, the water just gets stagnant.
WIMAUMA — Six posters were spread across the front of Hispanic Mission Baptist Church, each one representing one of the most common concerns voiced by Wimauma residents in a nine-month community assessment by the Hispanic Services Council.
6518 Surfside Bv., to Betty J. Mcelya Trustee & Betty J Mcelya Living Trust by Daniel Dennison & Nancy Dennison, $1,650,000, 06-26-2014.
BRANDON — The mac 'n' cheese has carrots and veggies hidden in the sauce, and the brownies are made with a dried plum base.
TAMPA — About a dozen researchers are splitting fibers in pursuit of a cure for cancer in a third floor research lab on the edge of the University of South Florida campus.
The other day, a slick, expensive political mailer arrived from a group called Progressive Choice Florida.
The message caught my attention.
Here's what it said (sort of):
TAMPA — It's a 3-2 count with the game on the line.