Hillsborough Parks & Rec Moves Programs To Online Format To Maintain...

By Jadon Khor As patrons leave parks and libraries unoccupied, in line with social distancing, Hillsborough County has worked overtime for the upcoming summertime to...

School District Uses Sales Tax Dollars For Air Much-Needed Conditioning Projects

The Hillsborough County School District (HCSD) is using the student break to perform many much-needed upgrades thanks to funds from the half-penny sales tax...

Summertime Fishing Fun On Tampa Bay

By Captain Brian Lemelin Summer is upon us. With the increased temperature comes warmer water, storms, summer heat and targeting of different fish. The heat of...

Home Makers Of Hope: Warm Beds For All

By Dominique Asher Home Makers of Hope, a local charity and faith-based ministry which aims to provide furniture and household items for those struggling or...

Relay For Life Continues To Fundraise Despite Pandemic

By Faith Miller Ever since the shutdown caused by the coronavirus, fundraising organizations have been finding new ways to raise money and connect volunteers and...

New Principals Take The Reins Of Ippolito, Giunta, Rodgers & Riverview...

In June, the Hillsborough County School Board selected 34 schools and programs for principal reassignments, which includes four schools in the SouthShore area: Ippolito...

Chamber Kicks Off #tasteofGRCC Campaign With 40 Area Restaurants

Riverview area residents looking for some different food choices are in luck this month. The Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce (GRCC) is rolling out the...

Riverview-opoly Is A Creative Twist On A Much-Loved Game That Helps...

By Gwen Rollings Riverview area residents have the chance to play a game for a great cause this month. Monopoly, which is the best-selling privately patented...

July 9 Update: COVID-19 Case Data For Local Hillsborough County Areas

Update on local COVID-19 cases as of 9:25 a.m. on July 9, 2020. Since July 8 at 9:25 a.m., Brandon (66 new cases) had the...

Rainwater Harvesting: Now’s A Good Time To Get Ready, Set And...

Did you know that 1 inch of rain on a 1,000-square-foot roof will yield 623 gallons of water? Yes, that’s hard to believe…until you...