Oldest house in Tampa on the move

February 26, 2018 by  

Over a year ago, EquiAlt bought a historic house that was located at 3210 East Eighth Avenue. The structure is 176 years old, has four bedrooms, and has now been moved to the National Historic District in Hyde Park, according to an [Read more]

Tampa company wins defense contract

January 27, 2018 by  

CAE USA, which operates flight simulators among other products and services, has secured a contract worth $40m.

The company will [Read more]

Rescued dogs looking for forever homes in Tampa

December 30, 2017 by  

The Humane Society of Puerto Rico has been successful in reuniting many pets with their owners, but with so many animals in need following Hurricane Maria, it has reached out to [Read more]

Super Bowl 2021 could help Tampa neighborhood

November 24, 2017 by  

Residents of West Tampa find it difficult to walk in their neighborhood, where there are few sidewalks, and those that exist are not in good repair. This forces people to walk in the street, creating a [Read more]

Tampa area hospitals to offer new cancer treatment

October 28, 2017 by  

Two of the top-tier hospitals in the Tampa area will soon offer a new cancer treatment that could potentially replace bone marrow transplants and chemotherapy, with their difficult side effects. [Read more]

Women’s conference hope to become an annual event

April 26, 2016 by  

The inaugural Women’s Conference of Florida is taking place next month in nearby Tampa.

The conference is [Read more]

Tampa remembers its fallen firefighters

May 30, 2015 by  

Earlier this month Tampa’s mayor, Bob Buckhorn, and Tom Forward, the city’s Fire Rescue Chief, dedicated a memorial to firefighters who have died in the fire service.

The Fallen Firefighter’s Memorial honors 16 men, and was [Read more]

Developer plans to redevelop Tampa Tribune site

April 30, 2015 by  

According to several sources, a developer may be planning to create a mixed-use project at the site of the Tampa Tribune building. Sources asked for anonymity because of the deal’s [Read more]

Locals get a taste of Tampa

March 30, 2015 by  

Foodies can sample a wide variety of dishes from local restaurants at the ‘Taste of South Tampa’ coming up soon. Local coffee, beer, and wine will also be available for tasting.

The South Tampa Chamber of Commerce will host [Read more]

Tampa revamping popular city park

February 19, 2015 by  

After waiting more than six months, Tampa finally has state and federal approval to begin work on the makeover of Perry Harvey Sr. Park, an effort that will cost approximately $7m.

The design includes public art, statues, a [Read more]

Next Page »