More than 500 residents at Tampa Housing Authority Tempo at Encore Apartments are receiving the free internet service.
School is about to start but some students don't have the supplies they need. Bay Area malls are coming together to collect those school items for students.
Anne Barlett is making a very special delivery to Zazoo'd gift shop in St. Petersburg. She's one of the Bay Area artists participating in the “Mask-R-Aid” fundraiser.
A Bay Area homeless shelter is trying to ensure that their children go back to school with the supplies they need.
A young child diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is using his challenges to fulfill his dream of becoming a boxer.
Janeen Salzgeber and her friend from high school Renee Brunelle own Pathfinders Downsizing Solutions. They help seniors downsize and organize their move into a smaller residence.
The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is a museum dedicated to exhibiting important photographic art.
A Bay Area organization that is trying to end world hunger is now helping businesses stay afloat during the pandemic. Their act of generosity is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Samantha Richardson Hardy is on a mission to collect items for families in need. Her organization is making sure parents and their babies have everything they need to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic.
A cancer survivor takes small boxes and fills them with healing verses from the Bible to inspire cancer patients.
Sheri Gruden is spending her time putting plans together for an event to help seniors in need of financial help.
A local non-profit is celebrating 20 years of service of helping bay area youth with life-changing programs.
An innovative exhibit is now showing at Florida Craft Art in St. Petersburg.
Life has been a difficult journey for 21-year-old Aaron Hall, who suffers from a rare genetic disorder called GM1.
When 17-year-old Ethan Holt walks into the Surf Style store in Clearwater Beach, it's not just to shop. It's to admire all the hard work he put into becoming a model.
A young woman found her passion after a life-altering event. Her inspiring story of serving others is what's right with Tampa Bay.
A new program sponsored by the Florida Alzheimer's Association and the Department of Elder Affairs provides seniors with robotic dogs, cats or an mp3 player.
Dozens of dancers recently lined the streets of St. Petersburg for a socially distant performance called Reverberation.
Imagine being stuck in a foreign country and never learning the language. That's what it is like to have aphasia. A grassroots effort has sprouted up to help those with this debilitating disease and their story is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Music is just part of the family for Madison Fries, so it was no surprise when she wrote a song about her friend's positive social media messages.