Karen Schmidt from the Wellswood neighborhood in Tampa was excited about her century plants when all four of them bloomed at once.
Two new candidates and placement on the Nov. 8 general election ballot are further complicating the special election for a Tampa City Council seat to replace Lisa Montelione in District 7.
From a tall metal pole in the grassy yard of a big spread along rural Dover Boulevard, an American flag flew at half-staff last week.
DOVER — It began in April, when the Hills-borough County School District froze end-of-the-year spending earlier than usual.
TOWN 'N COUNTRY — The smell of charred wood still hangs on the musty air inside the little mosque off George Road. On Thursday morning, leaders of the Muslim worship space strolled over soggy carpets, past scorched walls and under caved ceilings, surveying what remained after a Monday afternoon fire.
Last July, the parking lot to Bass Pro Shops was flooded with hundreds of people welcoming the outdoors retailer to Tampa Bay.
Did your ancestor serve in the war where the United States invaded Canada? Seriously, that really happened — several times in 1813.
No, Delta Flight 8965 wasn't at the wrong airport when it took off from MacDill Air Force Base on Tuesday evening.
Staggering sums of money are pouring into government projects in and around downtown Tampa that are designed, in part, to provide poor people with a place to live. The Tampa Housing Authority deserves praise for a bold, aggressive approach in helping land federal support and private partnerships to make possible efforts …
It takes only four letters to spell "bias."