Three winners were selected by a panel of judges from among 250 entrants to receive a $1,200 scholarship in the R.F. "Red" Pittman Tampa Tribune Scholars essay contest.
Sheriff David Gee is denying through spokesmen that he planned his 2016 re-election and subsequent resignation to help Republicans hold the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. But Democrats say it seems obvious he did.
TAMPA — For anyone achieving a perfect score in American College Testing (ACT), a rigorous standardized examination used for college admissions, the odds are statistically staggering.
In the years leading up to my taking office, Tampa families experienced some of the hardest times in recent history. Homes were lost, jobs were cut, and optimism for the future waned.
In gratitude for lifesaving research and treatments, former Moffitt Cancer Center patients, their loved ones and inspired donors raised a record-smashing $4 million at the 24th annual Magnolia Ball, an elegant, $1,500-ticket dinner in a Tuscan garden setting Saturday at the Marriott Waterside. …
A ruling last week by the U.S. Supreme Court on Florida's death penalty law didn't generate a lot of chatter, but don't let that fool you.
It can be argued that much like in performing stand-up comedy, so too, in a political life it is important to know your audience.
TEMPLE TERRACE — Mayor Kim Leinbach has resigned from his post to take a job as interim city manager of Plant City.
RIVERVIEW — Deresa Mayes of Tampa loves nothing more than a day at the beach.
Earl of Sandwich celebrated the opening of its third Tampa Bay-area location at 11721 W Hillsborough Ave. on May 9. Jim Stanley, Earl of Sandwich president and CEO, and Oldsmar mayor Doug Bevis attended.