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They can recall their first days at the financial institution with fondness and clarity, even though those memorable moments occurred at least 30 years ago.
Many people in the hustle and bustle near the main entrance to the University of Tampa have come across Jerry “Red” Bodiford, who called Kennedy Boulevard and West Grand Central Avenue home for years.
For the second consecutive year, Rep. Janet Cruz will host a Deviled Crab Throwdown.
Minnie and her abandoned brother were rescued on a spooky road. Scary times, but thanks to Dogma, he’s styling a Halloween tutu accessorized with hope. She’s a shiny, 4-month-old, Black Labrador Retreiver mixed with a dash of hound. Mi...
TEMPLE TERRACE — Several years ago Puerto Rico natives Andy Reyes and his wife, Sheila Robles moved to Florida to make a better life for their son, Andres Reyes, who as a result of his premature birth is blind and has autism spectrum disorder....
BRANDON — On May 1, 1966, 22 people gathered for the first meeting of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in a home on Bryant Road.
TAMPA — The passing of David P. Davis, the larger-than-life developer of Davis Islands, has been shrouded in mystery since one fateful night aboard the luxury liner Majestic 90 years ago this month.
TAMPA — At a glance, the referendum Tampa voters will decide on Nov. 8 might not seem far-reaching: Should the city change its charter to give the City Council the authority to order up internal audits of city operations?
TAMPA — Every day, cargo ships laden with petroleum, ammonia and other hazardous material navigate 41 miles through Tampa Bay channels to reach Port Tampa Bay.
TAMPA — Bill Davison has always had a passion for his career. But outside of his field, few others understood what he did.
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