People around the Bay Area are doing what they can to make ends meet, and many are finding ways to make a positive impact in the process.
A Pinellas County business found an effective way to help with the toilet paper shortage. Their commitment to helping their fellow man is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Working Women of Tampa Bay is purchasing gift certificates from female-owned businesses to help them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Feeding Tampa Bay, one of Tampa Bay’s largest hunger relief organizations is providing free grab-and-go meals for children and their parents.
A Tampa treasure is celebrating its 50 anniversary. The Franciscan Center is a place of peace and tranquility and is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Women at the Camp Inn RV Resort are helping homeless residents in a very eco-friendly way.
Plant City native Randy Scott has been the announcer at the Strawberry Festival for the past 16 years.
Varnum’s job is to guide Rock-It, a giant, high-tech body puppet on wheels, through the large festival crowds.
Sweet things are happening in Anthony Lewis' kitchen. The Brandon man was inspired to start baking while his mother was battling cancer.
The varsity cheer squad at Strawberry Crest High School has a lot to celebrate. The team just won the school's first cheerleading national championship.
Joanna Tsoukos has been comforting babies at the Families First Institute in Sarasota for more than 20 years.
Students at Muller Elementary School in Tampa are gaining a green thumb. They are learning how to grow their own hydroponic garden.
Through ambition and hard work, Barbara Manzi broke the glass ceiling in the industry of distributing raw metals. In honor of African American Heritage, this trailblazer is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Ellen Cipriani has been a crossing guard for nine years and was recently selected from more than 100 nominations as Florida School Crossing Guard of the Year.
Yael Kelly was recently selected to show off her art at the U.S. Embassy in San Salvador as part of the Art in Embassies program, an initiative that uses art as a way to communicate between cultures.
In the days of segregation, African Americans were not allowed to stay downtown, so they took rooms at a boarding house in Plant City.
It’s prom season and teenage girls are searching for the perfect dress, which can be a pretty penny, especially if money is tight.
Anne Coletti will never forget the moment doctor’s diagnosed her with stage three breast cancer.
A good early education is important for children brain development. A Sarasota childcare center is doing just that, making them What's Right with Tampa Bay.
In honor of African-American Heritage, we highlight an artist who is a rising star in the Bay Area. Her distinctive and thought-provoking artwork is What's Right with Tampa Bay.