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She has Down syndrome, then got COVID. Could Amanda Hall learn to walk again?
  1. Teresa Walls, who oversees daily operations for the Tampa Downtown Partnership’s Clean Team, removes graffiti from an electrical box using a potent solvent called Goof Off.
  2. Amanda Hall, 42, stands with the help of a walker in her Lake Hamilton home. She has Down syndrome, then suffered severe symptoms from COVID-19 in December. It took her months to get back on her feet. "I believe one day she'll put the walker aside and walk again," said her father Walt Hall.
  3. Owner Loai Kader, 29, helps a costumer at Roasted!, a shop specializing in Middle Eastern nuts, spices and candy,
  4. Chef Gregory Diaz, founder of Sabor With Love and winner of last year's Cuban Sandwich Festival.
  5. Poet-for-hire Giovanni Cerro of St. Petersburg writes poetry for passing guests for free thanks to a sponsorship by Katee Tully of Smith and Associates during the St. Pete Pride celebration on Beach Drive in June in St. Petersburg.
  6. Shikha Beaver is one of the kids who received a violin repaired by Dunedin-based woodworker, John Sweeny.
  7. The staff and volunteer team at Feeding Tampa Bay handles giving out food boxes to the public at distribution centers across 10 counties.
  8. Melody Engle brings up the amberjack she shot in the Gulf of Mexico. Engle started spearfishing about five years ago and is captain of the women's USA spearfishing team that will compete in Italy next month.
  9. Shady Mawajdeh is the director of "American Immigrant."
  10. A basketball player in the Dribbling Down Barriers summer camp.
  11. Latonya Crowley of Paltka, mother of Warren Williams, said her family still fears white supremacists will return for revenge after the FBI headed off a murder plot against her son.
  12. St. Petersburg city employees clean up a fish kill in Coffeepot Bayou as the Red Tide crisis continues in Tampa Bay.
  13. A student at the Childs Park YMCA paints in visual arts class.
  14. JAMES BORCHUCK   | [Times (2016)]
Ron Miscavige practices trumpet in the living room of his suburban Milwaukee home Tuesday, August 2, 2016.
  15. Lawmaking in Florida can be complicated. State government reporter Kirby Wilson explains the process.
  16. Lightning center Brayden Point celebrates his goal during the third period of Game 6 at Amalie Arena on Wednesday night.
  17. Tampa Bay Lightning right wing Nikita Kucherov hobbles off the ice as he appears to be injured after taking a slash against the Florida Panthers in the third period of Game 4 Saturday afternoon at Amalie Arena.
  18. Without his infectious energy, dugout celebrations in Tampa Bay will never be the same following the trade of Willy Adames to the Brewers on Friday.
  19. The Lightning's national anthem singer, Sonya Bryson-Kirksey, has launched a reading program for kids that is deeply personal.
  20. A mature Eastern Lubber grasshopper rests on the hand of Douglas Dodge, a fifth grade teacher at Bay Point Elementary School.
  21. Bucs second-round draft pick Kyle Trask, who set the University of Florida's single-season touchdown pass record (43) in 2020, attended Friday evening's Dick Vitale Gala in Sarasota with girlfriend Jade Caraway.
  22. Florida quarterback Kyle Trask (11) throws against Oklahoma during the NCAA Cotton Bowl college football game Wednesday, Dec.30, 2020, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)
  23. When you've got the Lombardi Trophy in your hands on the last day of the season, like Bucs general manager Jason Licht, people tend to cut you slack on whatever personnel decisions you might make.
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