Piney Point: Officials Attempt To Avoid Second Breach, Add 20 New PumpsOfficials say Monday evening 20 water removal pumps are being activated to avoid an uncontrollable breach.
Bay Area Churches Prepare For Easter During PandemicFor many churches, the key to having an Easter service is making sure safety precautions are in place, like enough space to social distance.Bay Area churches are gearing up for an Easter like no other. Last year, many churches were forced to cancel Easter services due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but this year, many are holding unique celebrations.
Parents React To Pasco County Schools Removing Online ProgramSome parents say they’re upset mySchool Online won’t be available next year, while others say students need to be back in the classroom.
New Vaccine Site For Military Veterans Open In TampaThe site was previously located at James A. Haley Veterans Hospital but is now at the Yuengling Center on the USF Campus.
Florida Covid Vaccine Eligibility Now Available To Residents Age 40 And OlderAs of Monday, people ages 40 and older in Florida are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and officials say they are increasing the amount of doses available at the federal vaccine site in Tampa.
Organizers Make Last Minute Preparations Ahead Of Special Olympics Event In TampaIn 2020 the Special Olympics was cancelled because of the pandemic, but this year with safety precautions in place, athletes will come together again.
Hillsborough County Schools Face $100 Million DeficitThe superintendent and school board members held a meeting Thursday morning going over the budget and how they plan to fix it.
FL Organizations Respond To Biden's Calls For Federal Gun Control Following Boulder & Atlanta Mass ShootingsPresident Joe Biden is calling for action on gun control efforts three days after a shooting in Boulder, Colorado that left ten people dead.
Community Mourns Loss Of 28-Year-Old Manatee County TeacherOfficials say 28-year-old Tina Ellard died over the weekend in an ATV wreck.
Floridians Ages 50 And Older Now Eligible To Receive COVID-19 VaccineMonday was the first day Floridians 50 and older are able to receive the Coronavirus vaccine.
Governor DeSantis Expands Vaccine Eligibility To 50 And Older On MondayGovernor Ron DeSantis announced starting Monday, people ages 50 and up will be able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, and soon after, it’ll be opened up to everyone.