BRANDON — Standing behind the bar mixing drinks with names like Mustang Mary, Bootlegger and Antifreeze Cooler, bartenders Stephanie Lozada and Laura Robaina occasionally stop what they're doing to step on a service station hose that rings the ahooga horn on the Model A Ford hanging overhead.
The group of grade school students ranging in age from 9 to 12 gathered in a circle for the second session of the Summer Literacy Club.
TAMPA — Kristen Lang didn't want to be an attorney.
When I think of La Victoria, I think of the neighborhood kids running up to me, sticking out their hands and asking for un caramelo as I place an assortment of Jolly Ranchers into their palms.
TAMPA HEIGHTS — Charlie Rae Young helps Yamel Belen on to the examination table.
Spice of life. This is the month of diverse opportunity. The choice of species is unlimited. You can target snook and tarpon in the morning. Then fish for Spanish mackerel, snapper, shark and cobia in the afternoon. Bait is loaded throughout Tampa Bay, so catching fish should be fairly easy this month.
It always has been a supreme irony that the First Amendment free speech protections that allow the flying of a ridiculously massive Confederate flag over the intersection of I-75 and I-4 upon approaching Tampa benefits its sponsor, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, whose seditious forbearers attacked the United …
When Pastor Randy White went to rehab following a DUI arrest in 2011, critics and even some supporters called the incident career-ending.
Pasta. Barbecued turkey wings. Fried fish. Cakes. Cobblers. Pies.
Abilities, Inc. gets funding for brain injury training
Summer Dog Days. Copious amounts of rain coupled with stifling heat have made conditions somewhat tough in Tampa Bay. Brutal afternoons are a good reason to get an early start to beat the lightning and or heat exhaustion. Most game fish are active until it gets really hot outside.
Neighbors and business owners welcome the completion of the $848,000 transformation of Swann Pond this week.
TAMPA — Chris Hug spent more than a decade as an assistant in Pinellas County, learning the ropes from several head coaches along the way. Hug picked their brains, studied football philosophies and fine-tuned his coaching acumen.
TAMPA — Retired Rear Adm. Casey W. Coane delivered a calm, data-driven speech to a group of business leaders Tuesday, but his message screamed like an air siren warning of an impending attack.
TAMPA HEIGHTS — The taps are in place. The fermenters are ready to go. All that's missing is the beer.