Sunday, October 14, 2018

Brandon & South Shore News

1Voice Foundation moves forward with assistance for pediatric cancer patients

1Voice Foundation moves forward with assistance for pediatric cancer patients

Brandon mother who lost her son to Non-Hodgkin's perseveres in his memory
Published: 10/05/18
Updated: 10/10/18
Ernest Hooper: Tampa Bay Food Fight brings chefs, foodies together for good cause

Ernest Hooper: Tampa Bay Food Fight brings chefs, foodies together for good cause

The participants will fight for bragging rights, and the chance to help aspiring culinary artists.
Published: 10/10/18
Lighthouse For The Blind proves to be a beacon for the visually impaired

Lighthouse For The Blind proves to be a beacon for the visually impaired

Enduring Tampa nonprofit readies community for National White Cane Day on Oct. 15
Published: 10/10/18
California juice bar looks to find home in Valrico

California juice bar looks to find home in Valrico

Scott Hileman brings the Nektar Juice Bar concept to Tampa Bay with three locations
Published: 10/09/18
Updated: 10/10/18
Medical marijuana treatments extend to pets

Medical marijuana treatments extend to pets

Tampa Bay entrepreneur Angela Ardolino has developed a product she believes can aid pets with a number of ailments.
Published: 10/10/18
Horror fans seek new frights at Sir Henry's Haunted Trail in Plant City

Horror fans seek new frights at Sir Henry's Haunted Trail in Plant City

The path to "I-4's Premier Fear Park" is dotted with mutual respect between partnering groups.
Published: 10/09/18
Find A Friend: Sage the Kitten and Beau the Dog

Find A Friend: Sage the Kitten and Beau the Dog

Meet these adoptable pets on Saturday at the Pet Supplies Plus in Valrico
Published: 10/05/18
Updated: 10/09/18
SpeakUp 5K continues to lend voice to teens struggling with depression

SpeakUp 5K continues to lend voice to teens struggling with depression

The race, slated for Saturday at Al Lopez Park, fights against the stigma attached to mental health and suicide.
Published: 10/08/18
Citizen's group calls for Temple Terrace mayor to resign over diploma mill Ph.D.

Citizen's group calls for Temple Terrace mayor to resign over diploma mill Ph.D.

TEMPLE TERRACE — Members of a citizens group say they will ask for the resignation of Temple Terrace mayor Mel Jurado at a City Council meeting next week in the wake of a Tampa Bay Times report raising questions about two college degrees Jurado...
Published: 10/08/18

WEDU seeks applicants, nominees for 14th annual Be More Awards

The awards program annually recognizes Tampa Bay's top nonprofits
Published: 10/05/18
Updated: 10/08/18