It was during a summer academic camp for high school students at Northwestern University that Fentrice Driskell spoke the words that forever changed her life. As everyone went around introducing themselves and proclaiming their college aspirations, Driskell realized suddenly she hadn't settled on a school. So she …
SOUTH TAMPA — Playgrounds of Tampa owner Mike Addabbo is expanding into the do-it-yourself industry with his new endeavor: Twisted Crafts.
SOUTH TAMPA — Jeff Tolrud opened the doors to his third Amazing Lash Studio franchise earlier this month, this time in South Tampa.
"The end justifies the means" is a slogan you won't see used by a single candidate seeking public office.
The National Football League recently recognized Jennifer Whelihan, economic development manager for Hillsborough County, as one of 32 recipients of its annual Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award.
It's the month of October, and it's also Friday the 13th.
If you are the parent of a public-school student in Hillsborough County, your life might become more complicated.
The most active mud-slinging committee in the Republican primary for East Hillsborough's vacant state House District 58 seat has reported to state officials that it didn't raise or spend any money before Sept. 30 — even though it sent out at least four mailers attacking Yvonne Fry before that date, according to …
TEMPLE TERRACE — As Mel Jurado takes up the gavel as mayor, she joins a City Council determined to get construction started on city-owned downtown redevelopment property even if it isn't the Downtown Temple Terrace people once envisioned.
TAMPA — Lynne Knowles suspected for months that something bad was going on with her daughter.
The University of Tampa Center for Ethics recently presented Premier Eye Care CEO Lorna Taylor with its Tampa Bay Ethics Award.
RIVERVIEW — Khumari Barakzai is a strong believer in human rights for all people, no matter their gender or ethnicity.
CITY, Art-a-Porter: Susanne Bartsch
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author Ian Johnson will give lecture on the religious awakening under way in China from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Monday (Oct. 16) at Centro Asturiano, 1913 N Nebraska Ave.
Back in July, Mike Nicholson, a Marine who lost three limbs in Afghanistan, was earning gold medals in the Defense Department's Warrior Games.