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On Friday, the Good Morning Tampa Bay team focused on Temple Terrace.
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Walking Club: Explore the Riparian Reserve at Temple Terrace
If you’re looking to get away from it all, consider visiting Riverfront Preserve at Temple Terrace. This quiet place has an air of “old Florida”. Don’t forget the bug spray!
Temple Terrace Research Center Testing 4 New COVID-19 Treatments
“I found this study that provided a treatment and I also think it’s really important to be a part of the research and to dig deeper into the information that we have in order to better understand the disease and the treatments,” Yesena said. Artigas.
Artigas tested positive for COVID-19 a few weeks ago and decided to take the opportunity to participate in a study conducted by Moore Clinical Research.
The study is looking for people 18 years and older who have mild to moderate symptoms and are not hospitalized.
Brag Book: Temple Terrace, 17, is a superstar in more ways than one
In Temple Terrace there is a 17 year old girl who impresses others.
Saige Davis is an artist and a senior student at Brooks Debartolo High School. She has an impressive 6.1 GPA and is part of several different school groups.
“The National Honor Society, the National Art Honor Society, then the National Spanish Honor Society and the National Science Honor Society and the Students of Color Association at my school,” says Davis.
Updated family-friendly leisure complex at Temple Terrace offers large pool and fitness center
The Temple Terrace Family Recreation Complex is now updated to provide more amenities for families in the Tampa Bay area.
From youth camps and swimming lessons to adult fitness classes and programs, the recreation complex creates new opportunities for family fitness.
Temple Terrace redevelopment brings new bank, restaurants, spa and sandwich shop to 56th and Busch
For years, the people of Temple Terrace have been clamoring for a true downtown area at the intersection of 56th Street and Busch Boulevard. Now that dream is coming true after almost two decades. There are now new places to show, eat and luxury apartments to live.
Temple Terrace Community Gardens allows families to grow their own vegetables
Nestled in three areas here at Temple Terrace are three incredible community gardens.
Temple Terrace Arts Council helps bring community together
A small but powerful nonprofit in Temple Terrace is making a big difference.
The Temple Terrace Arts Council has been in existence for 50 years.
Amazon opens new distribution center in Temple Terrace in fall
A brand new Amazon fulfillment center is slated to open this fall in Temple Terrace.
The center will hire approximately 1,000 people with wages starting at $ 15 an hour, plus benefits.
City of Temple Terrace and Rotary Club unite to help Vietnam veteran
The City of Temple Terrace and the Temple Terrace Rotary Club are joining forces to help a disabled Vietnam Veteran in their community.
The man’s house has been cited for invasive vegetation. However, the man’s brother called the city to see what can be done. They learned that he was in a hospice and that he was suffering from cancer.
“Temple Scare-Us Dead & Breakfast” front yard display is an exaggerated tribute to a late Halloween fan
The “Temple Scare-Us Dead and Breakfast” is unlike any other Halloween hangout you’ll see this year.
There are spooky animatronics and punny touches and, well, Baby Yoda, because who doesn’t love Baby Yoda.
The event is free with lots of candy for the kids. But it is the strange and wonderful story that is so unforgettable.
State-of-the-art baseball field for children with special needs at Temple Terrace
A unique Tampa Bay area league for children with special needs has opened a state-of-the-art field at Temple Terrace.
Buddy Baseball is open to all children with disabilities. Players can register online.
The new one-of-a-kind land is located behind Lewis Primary School. It opened in January 2020.
The Empty Closet program aims to provide foster children with what they need and support foster parents
the West Florida foster care services The goal of the Empty Closet program is to provide foster parents with clothing, baby supplies, furniture, strollers, bicycles and scooters so that they are equipped for the unique needs of the children they are fostering.
The organization collects donations of these items. They will clean and sort them, then make them available as needed for the host families.