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A Palm Harbor third grade class is reaching out to kids in the Panhandle displaced by Hurricane Michael. [Read More]
Marcus Werner, a senior at Strawberry Crest High, doesn't let spina bifida stop him from playing in the school's marching band. ... [Read More]
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Scarehouse Pinellas has a red tide theme and is donating admision and concession sales to red tide cleanup... [Read More]
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Scarehouse Pinellas has a red tide theme and is donating admision and concession sales to red tide cleanup... [Read More]
Laudette Lynce is walking normally again after free double knee replacement surgery at St. Anthony's Hospital. [Read More]
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Marky Oliver turned a small training group of Special Olympians into a region-wide fitness program. [Read More]
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Marky Oliver turned a small training group of Special Olympians into a region-wide fitness program. [Read More]
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The Portico Cafe hires recovering drug addicts and homeless to help them transition to better lives. [Read More]
The Portico Cafe hires recovering drug addicts and homeless to help them transition to better lives. [Read More]
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Madeira Beach Fundamental School is one of many schools in Pinellas County making the Sandy Hook Promise. [Read More]
Madeira Beach Fundamental School is one of many schools in Pinellas County making the Sandy Hook Promise. [Read More]
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St. Pete tech startup Webtalk believes it can be the next Facebook by allowing users to better control over connections. [Read More]
St. Pete tech startup Webtalk believes it can be the next Facebook by allowing users to better control over connections. [Read More]
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A Pasco-Hernando State College student designed a small plane that can fly in hurricanes and land on water with debris. [Read More]
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A Pasco-Hernando State College student designed a small plane that can fly in hurricanes and land on water with debris. [Read More]
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Ashleigh Armstrong and her stepmother Maria were diagnosed with cancer within 11 days of each other. [Read More]
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Ashleigh Armstrong and her stepmother Maria were diagnosed with cancer within 11 days of each other. [Read More]
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Veterans and people with disabilities receive therapy by working with horses at a Brooksville ranch. [Read More]
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Veterans and people with disabilities receive therapy by working with horses at a Brooksville ranch. [Read More]
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A hospice in Florida is testing out virtual reality technology to let patients deal swimming with dolphins or travel to London. [Read More]
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