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Teacher resigns over ‘privilege’ assignment seeking personal info

Teacher resigns over ‘privilege’ assignment seeking personal info

A Monroe Middle School teacher who sparked an outcry over a class assignment regarding sexual identity and other personal information resigned in the midst of an investigation by the Hillsborough school district.
Updated one month ago

Repairs to affect traffic at MacDill Ave. intersection in South Tampa

One southbound lane of MacDill Avenue at DeLeon Street in South Tampa, will be closed the next few days while the city water department performs maintenance work.
Updated: 2 months ago
Go crustless for a lighter brunch, lunch or dinner

Go crustless for a lighter brunch, lunch or dinner

Just when I thought I’d churned out every variation of quiche in “quichedom,” along came a snazzy recipe for one that’s crustless.
Updated one month ago
Great winter, great spring in the garden

Great winter, great spring in the garden

Never has my garden had some much color. Since we moved here in 1987, it’s the first time I haven’t had to cover or move plants over the winter. The extra rain helped, too.
Updated one month ago
Police searching for possible South Tampa serial burglary suspect

Police searching for possible South Tampa serial burglary suspect

TAMPA — A suspected serial burglar with an affinity for jewelry has hit eight homes in South Tampa since March 26, authorities said.
Updated: 2 months ago
Patel students bring fairy tales to life

Patel students bring fairy tales to life

DOWNTOWN — What do you get when you condense a fairy tale and add 26 talented actors, ages kindergarten to 12th grade? At Patel Conservatory, you get the makings of an incredible production of “Into the Woods, Jr.” in the TECO Th...
Updated: 2 months ago
GreenFest guests get the trek story

GreenFest guests get the trek story

INTERBAY — Guests at the 19th annual GreenFest Luncheon got behind-the-scene tales of the 70-day journey across Florida for the making of the film “The Forgotten Coast.”
Updated: 2 months ago
Coleman robotics going for gold

Coleman robotics going for gold

The 2015-2016 academic year is the first in which Coleman Middle School has offered a robotics class in the eighth-grade curriculum. Prior to this, Coleman’s former robotics team served as a creative outlet for students interested in the subje...
Updated: 2 months ago
Law firm celebrates anniversary with a haircut

Law firm celebrates anniversary with a haircut

SOUTH TAMPA — Since September 2015, attorneys and staff members at Ogden & Sullivan, P.A., have been engaging in a “year of service” to celebrate the firm’s 25th anniversary.
Updated: 2 months ago
Fashion, dance event to help fund grants

Fashion, dance event to help fund grants

SOUTH TAMPA — Fashion combines with dance, dinner and a presentation by former Tampa Chief of Police Jane Caster at Evening Under the Stars on Thursday.
Updated: 2 months ago