TAMPA — The streets of USF are lined with cars stuffed with bags, clothes and sometimes boxes full of makeup.
TAMPA — A new federal grant will provide at-risk students in Hillsborough County mental health services both in and out of school.
The start of the school year means plenty of students need new shoes and school uniforms.
TAMPA — As hundreds school bus drivers completed the final leg of their summer training Thursday, Expo Hall at the Florida State Fairgrounds was a sea of purple and white polo shirts — their uniform.
Florida Polytechnic University’s board of trustees has agreed to buy President Randy Avent a $975,000 home.
ST. PETERSBURG — For nine months, 19-year-old Sally Gardiner-Smith sailed alone with only her cockapoo for company. She would go four or five days without speaking to another human.
In April, a student at Greco Middle School told two resource officers that a student brought a gun to school. Officers Jorge Velez and Hector Villafane quickly found the 14-year-old boy, who had a loaded .22-caliber pistol in his pocket.
A University of Central Florida fraternity has been suspended after a video handed over to the school showed a fraternity member making offensive remarks about rape.
TAMPA — As the Hillsborough County School District searches for ways to offset its leaking reserve fund, leaders are looking at a massive grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation with a wary eye.
Mass on Friday morning continued the start of the fall semester for students at Tampa’s all-male Jesuit High School, the first school returning to class in Hillsborough County.