August is coming up, and upcoming high school seniors have a month left to unwind, travel, watch movies ... and maybe start hunting for colleges.
Well into their 60s and 80s, Jerry Peterson and his mother Cynthia Nolan still dance, twirl and glide on wheels across the rink of the Inverne…
One day at school, a big sister surprised her little sis with her first peanut butter and jelly lunch.
Despite the hot Florida summer, the Beverly Hills community pool sits lifeless and closed.
Brian Jones sells cars by day and plays cards by night.
On the concrete wall of her dad’s kayak shed, Emily Ensing captures the essence of Crystal River with a paint brush and roller.
Three months of indoor flooding hasn’t dampened Dennis Poteete’s spirits. And a heart transplant hasn’t kept him from shingling his roof.
Storytelling, crafts, games, and historically themed snacks are all part of the lessons at Citrus Libraries' Summer Reading Camp.
More than 2,000 abused and neglected children are in state custody without a voice.
Truman Roland’s scientific interests go back to the first grade, when he presented a handmade book on cells to his classmates.