George Hill has been selling and installing American flags for decades and, at age 95, the WWII vet has no plans to retire. "I fought for it. I don't have to say any more," he explained.
Red tide is a major concern for those living on Florida’s West Coast and now the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has detected low to medium levels of red tide algae off Pinellas County -- from Indian Rocks Beach all the way down to Fort De Soto.
Bay to Bay Hardware, which has been a staple in South Tampa since 1947, is changing hands and will become an Ace Hardware franchise this summer.
What started with a wrong delivery to a New Port Richey coffee stand ended with an 1,100-mile journey to hand-deliver 60,000 custom-branded beer cups to a grateful brewery in Texas. Even the mayor came out to greet them.
Mother’s Day is just days away and Linda Quinn is banking on people having trouble finding the perfect gift. She says she was inspired by her own mother's work ethic.
The pandemic hit restaurant and brewery businesses especially hard, but one community in Apollo Beach wasn't prepared to say goodbye to their local watering hole.
Relief is on the way for 100,000 small businesses across the country with the launch of the Biden Administration's Restaurant Revitalization Fund.
As part of a program called Restart St. Pete, the city told restaurants they could use concrete barriers to separate traffic from parking spots converted into outdoor seating areas. Restaurants and the city hope to continue the program past the pandemic.
Randall Thompson never made it to the major leagues, but this former Toronto minor leaguer's idea has. Dugout Mugs popped into Randall's head while sitting on the bench coaching at his alma mater, Florida Tech.
Often recognized as having one of the world’s best beaches, Clearwater wants its long-overlooked downtown to share the love.
April 1 is a very significant date for Harvey's 4th Street Grill in St. Pete because it is not only the restaurant's 37th anniversary, but it also marks one year since Governor Ron DeSantis signed an executive order closing all non-essential businesses.
James Coleman is proud to serve. First, as a Marine, he served his country. Now, he’s happy to be serving beer, one year after an opening day to remember.
Orson Charles starred at Plant High School during its football zenith. Now, after seven NFL seasons, he is done playing. Just don't use the word "retired."
Take a quick drive down Gulf Boulevard in Pinellas County and you’ll see a lot of “Help Wanted” signs. Spring break season has brought about an overwhelming hiring need.
A new program, Equity in Entrepreneurship is helping startups get off the ground in Tampa.
The Biden Administration announced changes Monday to the Paycheck Protection Program, an effort to reach smaller and minority-owned businesses left behind in previous rounds of coronavirus aid.
The Biden administration is readying changes to the PPP aimed at targeting assistance to businesses that employ 20 or fewer workers and those that are minority-owned.
Along the St. Petersburg pier, you'll find several kiosks where entrepreneurs sell their products. But then there's 1Pier, a kiosk of nine entrepreneurs, all African-American women with different businesses, banding together.
Candy Lowe is leading a group on a shopping spree throughout Tampa, stopping at businesses owned and operated by African Americans.
A Bay Area couple is working to build back Florida's oyster industry after the Apalachicola Bay oyster fishery was shut down. They now manage the first aquaculture oyster farm in the history of Tampa Bay.