It's an old joke that Florida's lieutenant governor, with no duties specified in the state Constitution except to fill in if the governor is disabled or dies, has little to do except monitor the governor's health.
The Plant City Pig Jam celebrated its 15th anniversary Friday and Saturday with live entertainment and dozens of groups competing to make the best barbecue in the South.
Forty years ago, David and Sharon Cross joined a group of families working to open the North Tampa area's first synagogue.
TAMPA — Numerous individuals sat on the edge of their seats inside the boardroom as they waited to be called during an awards ceremony at the Children's Board of Hillsborough County.
I would like to believe what Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said about a new stadium for the Tampa Bay Rays.
VALRICO — Health care officials broke ground Thursday on the long anticipated HealthHub at Bloomingdale, which will bring about 150 jobs to an area that's experiencing tremendous growth and provide patients with the latest in technological care.
East Hillsborough residents will have three holiday-themed events to help brighten the season this year.
Like so many small businesses, Saturday will represent a special day for Paper Seahorse owner Tona Bell. Bell's cozy bungalow business at 211 S Howard features paper and stationery, specialty pens, vintage typewriters and crafts classes. It will offer a number of specials for what's officially dubbed "Small Business …
For those who plan to flock to the area's major retail outlets during the Thanksgiving/Black Friday weekend, here's a roundup of their holiday plans.
The first cigar rolled in Tampa's Ybor city in 1885 marked the beginning of one of Florida's
most famed immigrant enclaves.