WEST TAMPA — About 150 people, many of them gray-haired veterans and survivors of veterans, showed up Sunday afternoon to say goodbye to the American Legion Post 248 clubhouse and share a spaghetti dinner, as they did on many Sunday afternoons long ago..
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From religious happenings to egg hunts and bunny hops, Hillsborough County churches plan to celebrate Easter with events open to the public this weekend and next.
On Wednesday, Frances Green piled her family into a rented van and merged onto Interstate 75 to make the trek to Nashville, Tenn.
Carrollwood IB senior is Rising Star
With its ingredients imported from Mexico, handmade artifacts from Oaxaca and a wall adorned with 150 candles, Besito Mexican in WestShore Plaza is a monument to the love and respect for ancestry and heritage.
What's hot: Warm weather has the water temps on the rise and has the fish in Tampa Bay turned on. The snook and redfish have started to move out on the bay area flats and their spring hangouts, and are actively feeding on whitebait. It's now the end of March and the cold fronts will no longer be a factor in area …
It's three minutes before WFTS-Ch. 28 goes live with the Now Tampa Bay, and anchor Laura Harris is checking her reflection in her iPad.
YBOR CITY — Ilya "Ben" Goldberg has always considered himself a bit of a rebel, but when it comes to his now locally famous Cuban sandwich, he's a traditional kind of guy.
It might be worth taking a brief pause here to remind everyone this is not some high-stakes cutthroat race to the White House, or a fight to assume the Florida Governor's Mansion, or even to take a seat in the U.S. Senate or House.
What's Hot: Snook are exiting the backwaters in droves. The fish are staging up around the creek and river mouths looking to ambush unsuspecting prey. Recent catches of fish up to 40 inches have had the clients and their captain happy. There is nothing like the sound of a lunker pulling drag and bending the rod …
TAMPA — What's new at the 52nd Chiselers Market?
When you run a nonprofit called Fulfilling Your Destiny, you need to fulfill your own.
TAMPA — The 130-year-old Capt. William Parker Jackson house in Old Seminole Heights has won City Council approval as a local landmark.
This month, Congregation Rodeph Sholom in Tampa celebrates the writing of its 12th Torah, the five books of Jewish written law also known as the Hebrew Bible.