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Veterans group promotes fishing to improve health

Veterans group promotes fishing to improve health

TAMPA — When Gian Di Bella left the Navy after serving 10 years as an enlisted aircrew member, he took off for the tropical backcountry of Puerto Rico. Living closer to the land and sea gave him a new perspective and a new skill set....
Updated: 2 months ago
Yankees recognize HOPE that local charity gives to youngsters

Yankees recognize HOPE that local charity gives to youngsters

The New York Yankees began their spring training season in Tampa a few weeks ago. Now they’ve also kicked off a major annual outreach program by recognizing a charity in the Tampa Bay area.
Updated: 2 months ago
USF Botanical Gardens to usher in the spring with plant festival

USF Botanical Gardens to usher in the spring with plant festival

It’s that time of year when many of us enjoy nothing more than basking in the freshness and beauty of spring.
Updated: 2 months ago
Benefit concert to raise awareness, money for Trinity Cafe 2

Benefit concert to raise awareness, money for Trinity Cafe 2

NORTH TAMPA — GMA Dove Award winner Leonardo Villanueva credits “good, compassionate friends” for making his dream of a benefit concert for Trinity Cafe 2, which opened Monday on East Busch Boulevard, a reality....
Updated: 2 months ago

Competition showcases pre-teen playwrights

CARROLLWOOD — On Saturday and Sunday, Kidspeak is what happens when a cast of 10 actors delve into the vivid imaginations of eight young playwrights.
Updated: 2 months ago
Residents sample the tastes of Carrollwood

Residents sample the tastes of Carrollwood

CARROLLWOOD — More than 2,000 people stopped by the India Cultural Center at 5511 Lynn Road on March 20 to sample the flavors and wares of Carrollwood restaurants and businesses during the 2016 Taste of Carrollwood event. ...
Updated: 2 months ago
Simple sandwich evokes teenage memories

Simple sandwich evokes teenage memories

The first time I sank my teeth into a Monte Cristo sandwich, I was maybe 17, so call it 1974. We were lucky enough to have Walt Disney World in our backyard and even luckier that my sister and many of my friends worked there. I took full advantage of...
Updated: 2 months ago
Business owner’s free classes about car engines earn kids’ Best of Show

Business owner’s free classes about car engines earn kids’ Best of Show

NEW TAMPA — Thanks to Marty LaBarbera, owner of Christian Automotive on Trout Creek Road, youngsters from the Legacy Homeschool Group learned a set of skills most kids their ages — and many grownups for that matter — know very littl...
Updated: 2 months ago
Nun honored at Adopt a Sister anniversary luncheon

Nun honored at Adopt a Sister anniversary luncheon

It was a homecoming celebration recently when Sister Mary Rinaldi was honored at a 25th anniversary luncheon of the Adopt A Sister Program of the Salesian Sisters.
Updated: 2 months ago

Alumni group to support Liberty Manor

The Tampa Bay Alumni Club of Syracuse University has chosen to support the Liberty Manor House for Veterans, 10015 Ninth St. North in Tampa, as a part of National Orange Day.
Updated: 2 months ago