Felton Williams opened his store in the mid-1950s and found a place in the heart of Plant City residents with his small-town heritage and eclectic selection of foods.
A Sunday fundraiser at a Valrico salon will help the family of a 15-year-old boy critically injured in an accident.
Sandy Cullins has a lot of reasons to like her daily commute to downtown Tampa aboard a HART bus.
Hunters aren't finding much common ground with hikers, bikers and horseback riders among others over a plan by the Southwest Florida Water Management District to open more land in the Tampa Bay area for hunting.
Ed Verner said he remains a fan of the popular honky-tonk at 3322 U.S. 301 N., "but in the end, I am an investor and developer more than I am a nightclub manager."
Marshall Middle School teacher Martha Justice and her sister, Durant High School teacher Dee Justice, made two trips this summer to the nation's capital, including the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
One of the area's most popular fishing spots will remain closed to anglers for some time, possibly as long as two years.
Anglers can sound off at 6 p.m. Sept. 22 about a proposal to designate one of the area's most popular fishing spots as a fish management area.
A boardwalk at Edward Medard Park was closed this week for $292,000 in reconstruction and renovations.
Teenager attending seminars at Navy, Coast Guard academies
The city has agreed to fluoridate the municipal water supply to aid the community's dental health.
Plant City names a room at a recreation center for Clarice Stewart, an aerobics instructor who who turns 90 in July.