Family Christian Stores Give All Earnings To Support Christian Charities

By Bonnie Mentel Family Christian has experienced several big changes through the years. In 2013, the Christian bookstore became a nonprofit business. Now all 280...

Community Rallies To Help Seniors At Pleasant Living Mobile Home Park

By Kate Quesada When Hurricane Irma passed through the area last month, many areas were left without power. The residents of Pleasant Living Mobile Home...

Chamber Seeks Classroom Donations For Teacher Breakfast

  By Susan Prestridge The Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Teaching to Excellence Breakfast on Thursday, August 14, with registration beginning at...

Center Place Presents 26th Annual Wild Dame Night Fundraiser

By Kathy L. Collins Ladies, it is that time of the year again when you get to put on your fanciest, craziest diva designer outfits....

The Cookson Hills Toy Run Celebrates 20 Years Of Helping Those...

On Sunday, December 1, the Cookson Hills Toy Run will be celebrating its 20th anniversary of helping those in need in the Brandon community....

RCMA Wimauma Wins $15,000 Towards Sports Pavilion In National Math Competition

By Bill Coats Above Photo: Photo Courtesy of Matific. Mark Haggett (left), principal of RCMA Wimauma Academy, shares a laugh and accepts a trophy from...

Homeschool Fun At Camp Cristina

By Nicole Mion The idea was to have a “recess” for homeschooled children: a drop-off program chock full of engaging outdoor activities and a time...

The Arts Council Of Hillsborough County Launches Site To Help Fund...

  By Kathy Collins The Arts Council of Hillsborough County recently launched power2give.org/tampabay. This is a new crowd-fundraising site for Tampa Bay's non-profit arts groups. Local...

Seniors In Service Helps Students And The Elderly

Everyone can use some help from time to time. Whether it’s school students needing help with schoolwork or senior citizens needing an extra hand...

Blessings In A Backpack Feeds At Risk Students With Weekly Food...

By Kate Quesada When 195 students from low income families at local elementary schools go home this Friday, they will have enough food for the...