With a name like Above the Salt, an explanation seems in order. The expression dates to medieval times, when esteemed guests were seated at tables with salt — a highly valuable commodity at the time — as a sign of respect.
RIVERVIEW — A Riverview family on the brink of losing their home for failing to pay a $150 homeowners association fee has been offered an 11th hour chance at mediation following news coverage of their plight.
LUTZ — In a way, credit for the opening of one of the Tampa area's newest Cuban restaurants belongs to Fidel Castro.
On their third date, Greg King brought his now wife Kathy flowers.
Chad Wiltz, his wife Sarah and their two children drive from Apollo Beach to Plant City to handpick strawberries.
TAMPA — Once, they were Spartans.
But when nearly 100 former University of Tampa football players gathered during a March 25 reunion at the school's Vaughn Center — ranging from a lone player in 1950 to a dozen or so representing the final team in 1974 — one thing became clear.
GIBSONTON — The lyrics to John Legends' Love Me Now resonated throughout the East Bay High School football stadium during a choreographed lip sync performance from the Lennard High School Student Government Association members.
This could be your golden opportunity. If you have a vacant lot somewhere, you could be the lucky winner in the Tampa Bay Rays stadium site search. It seems, for all the hub-bub and frenzied speculation over where the lads will next play ball for the foreseeable future, team owner Stuart Sternberg is having a harder …
Jimmy Nichols walked into his new downtown deli and looked through the lunchtime crowd to find his wife Sally behind the counter. She caught his look, flashed a smile, and tears welled in their eyes.
Chefs from London took home top honors at last year's Cuban Sandwich Festival held annually in Ybor City.
SOUTH TAMPA — The first comic book Peter Sanders ever read as a child was the early X-Men.
If you make mistakes with annuals, perennials, or even shrubs, it is easy to fix the situation.
WEST TAMPA — Jeanette LaRussa Fenton retired in January after 41 years of public service with Hillsborough County and most recently, the city of Tampa.
Former state Sen. Arthenia Joyner of Tampa says serving as one of the small minority of Democrats on the state's Constitutional Revision Commission will be "just a continuation of the battle I've been in since I've been here."
Ariel Quintela never lived among the cobbled streets of Ybor City, but he is working to keep history alive in this one-time cigar capital with its deep ties to his native Cuba.