LUTZ — Nick Schuyler stands on a fenced patio, admiring the work he has put into opening his first gym.
The dogs run ahead, passing through the spotlight as the handlers follow in a muddy pickup, weaving around trees and splashing through bogs near Plant City.
RIVERVIEW — An undeveloped tract on Riverview's western edge could be bustling with an eatery, shops and a 14-screen movie theater in a little more than a year.
Winning a Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce small business of the year award capped off quite a year for Atlas Professional Services and founder Gregory Zolkos.
For First Presbyterian Church of Brandon member Dorothy Kuettner, the Walk to End Alzheimer's happening Saturday in Tampa represents hope.
What's hot: Snook and redfish are on fire. The fish are staging in the creeks, canals and backwater passes in droves. Seeing more than 30 snook on the right tide is not uncommon. The recent spawns have lots of pups swarming the baits, but the big mamas are there, too.
511 Islebay Dr., to James P. Kelly by Herbert G. Beal Jr., $495,000, 09-22-2014.
TAMPA — The weather is cooling down, the days are getting a little shorter and Linus is still looking for the Great Pumpkin. The holiday season is bearing down on us and all this means one thing for area football fans — the playoffs are right around the corner.
Seafood lovers rejoice.
Whether it's deep-fried fish, battered shrimp or raw oysters, delicacies from the deep sea will be plentiful in the SouthShore and Brandon area at two annual events this weekend.
Hillsborough County Pet Resource Center
As the '70s rock group Sugarloaf might say, this green-eyed lady arrived stray, strolling slowly towards the sun. Molly, 2, is a purrfectly healthy, short-haired pal of six pounds that loves to give and receive affection. Dressed in love, you might say she lives for life to …