Pinellas County is saving lives and raising money one stride at a time. The
TAMPA, Fl– Confusion. Dizziness. Shakes. Hunger. Headaches and irritability. All of these are
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https://youtu.be/vDfWx3wLWAE “Progressively Getting Better.” The term coined by University of South Florida student, Imani Lee,
St. Petersburg– Operation Coexist is a nonprofit organization that provides music education to at risk
Armando Gort had one dream when he was a boy: to have his own farm.
Tampa, Fla.—The Feed-A-Bull food pantry gives emergency aid to students who are struggling to
On North Howard Avenue hides a closet haven for Tampa women. Dress for Success of
Hillsborough County residents are keeping our waterways clean one garbage bag at a time. Keep
Bay area residents flocked to Al Lopez Park Saturday to raise awareness for
Since the Feb. 10 shooting deaths of three Muslim students near the University of North Carolina,
The Fourth Annual Everyday Blessings Benefit Car Show provided more than fancy cars and luxury. It invited people to see the bigger picture and show the importance of donating to the community organization, Everyday Blessings. Marketing director of Everyday Blessings Pam Bell said the goal of the program is to reunite children in their homes.
Clark Construction partnered up with Everyday Blessings to help give back to the community instead of offering monetary prizes to contestants. The entrants’ involvement in spite of there not being a cash prize to win inspired not only the children who benefit from this event but also the people who come to get a closer look at the cars. The Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel hosted the car show this year and will offer space for next year’s event at well.