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Free program at YMCA helps cancer survivors regain strength
Jaime Gukeisen came to the North Brandon Family YMCA as a two-time cancer survivor who could barely walk the treadmill for eight minutes.
Published on 05/28/13
Tampa biologist gets national award for restoration work
Pride, for biologist Tom Ries, comes in the form of meandering wetlands, native grasses and flowers and a flourishing nursery for Tampa Bay’s prized fish. All on private land.
Published on 05/14/13
Group lines Bloomingdale to protest big box store
Dozens of community members flanked Bloomingdale Avenue this week in protest of a Hillsborough County code amendment that allows development of a big-box store and high-density apartment complex next to the Bloomingdale Reg...
Published on 05/08/13
Tickets on sale for Crawfish Festival at FishHawk Ranch
It all started with an idea for something different, something that would capture the attention of the locals, so the small club could do some good in the community.
Published on 04/29/13
Abandoned orange grove now flourishing wetland in Ruskin
Traffic at the Bahia Beach restoration site near the shoreline of Tampa Bay is picking up.
Published on 04/25/13
Ground breaks for ‘War Between the States’ Memorial
Dozens whose relatives fought for the Confederacy during the four-year Civil War gathered with others from Hillsborough County on Saturday to remember.
Published on 04/23/13
Bloomingdale residents fight ‘big box’ near library
About 300 people packed in to the community room at the Bloomingdale Regional Library earlier this week to plan a strategy for pushing back plans for a big box store and apartments next door.
Published on 04/18/13
Bloomingdale rape survivor goes public
Queena, now 23, cannot speak or walk five years after the brutal attack outside a public library. Her family has struggled emotionally and financially.
Published on 04/17/13
Updated on 04/18/13
Carnival equipment storage OK'd for Tropical Acres
The Hillsborough County Commission last week unanimously approved a compromise land-use change that allows residents of the rural Tropical Acres neighborhood to legally store carnival equipment at their homes.
Published on 04/16/13
Developer wants to build beside landfill, prison in Balm
You know what they say about real estate. Location, location, location.
Published on 04/16/13
Great American Cleanup recruiting volunteers
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful is recruiting volunteers, site captains and area managers for the Great American Cleanup, set for April 27 from 8 a.m. to noon.
Published on 04/13/13
Updated on 04/14/13
Great American Cleanup recruiting volunteers
Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful is recruiting volunteers, site captains and area managers for the Great American Cleanup, set for April 27 from 8 a.m. to noon.
Published on 04/12/13
New Brandon Chamber chief made career of helping
How Darren Denington finds time to be chairman of the Greater Brandon Chamber of Commerce is almost perplexing.
Published on 04/11/13
New school for autistic now registering students
Inside a church, wedged off of Causeway Boulevard between Tampa and Brandon, a new school for low-functioning autistic youngsters is taking shape. And registration is now open for students that will attend in the fall.
Published on 04/10/13
Updated on 04/12/13