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TAMPA — A man shot and killed his stepdaughter at Florida Hospital in Tampa on Monday morning before he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in an apparent murder-suicide.
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Christmas trees are going up around town and at least three special lighting ceremonies are planned.
SEMINOLE HEIGHTS — Ellen Leedy said she feels she has received twice as much in vegetables than her $35 investment in a membership in the Seminole Heights Community Garden.
SOUTH TAMPA — Preschooler Max Gerrish liked how the German shepherd Elvira was “so soft.”
UNIVERSITY AREA —Sarah Combs, executive director and CEO of the University Area Community Development Corporation, grew up on a farm in Colorado.
THONOTOSASSA — Lifelong Thonotosassa resident Donna Keene has fond memories of her childhood days in what was then a mainly agricultural community about 15 miles northeast of Tampa.
WESLEY CHAPEL —Whether you’re wide-eyed and well-groomed or looking wild and wooly, it doesn’t matter.
CARROLLWOOD —Thankfulness is a common theme among religions groups, and about a dozen communities of faith will unite with sermons, prayers and songs to express their gratitude in an ecumenical Thanksgiving service at Lake Magdalene United Met...
Many of you might remember the ‘80s television show “MacGyver,” about a ruggedly handsome hero who I considered the poster boy for resourcefulness. He could repurpose chocolate bars and paper clips into conventional weapons.
As you can probably guess, I take Thanksgiving very seriously. It’s a holiday literally centered around feasting, and if I had my say there would be a Thanksgiving every month.
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