LifeLink Tissue Bank, a division of LifeLink® Foundation, Inc. headquartered in Tampa, FL, announces a new distribution partnership with Parcus Medical. “Together, we will offer the orthopedic community first-class allograft tissue, implants and instrumentation for sports medicine procedures,” said Bart Bracy, Senior Vice President for Parcus Medical. “This synergistic relationshipContinue Reading

It took 28 years to get a Tron sequel as Tron: Legacy earned over $400 million globally, but was attacked by critics. Despite the rumors and interested big names, Tron 3 still isn’t going anywhere. Disney plans to tap into the fandom by adding another Tron rollercoaster, this time atContinue Reading

Before the new year, Bethel Music’s Amanda Lindsey Cook reemerged to fans on social media after a long hiatus, posting a handwritten note which explained the singer’s absence, hinting at new music in the works. Today Cook reveals the letter’s allusive meaning with the announce of her upcoming House On A Hill, setContinue Reading

Six gospel artists will have the chance to become a gospel music star on a new reality program called The Gospel. The Gospel chronicles eight episodes as contestants compete for a national management contract with T.D. Jakes’ Dexterity Sounds and Marquis Boone Music Group. The first of its kind for gospel music, theContinue Reading

The Straz Center’s Patel Conservatory presented Magic Tree House: Dinosaur’s Before Dark KIDS, based on the award-winning Magic Tree House book series by Mary Pope Osborne. The acting troupe was comprised of a very talented from of elementary students from second through fourth grade. The story centers around a brotherContinue Reading

Last week it was reported that a Citrus County School District Middle School teacher was was running the white nationalist podcast “Unapologetic”. The podcast was run by Crystal River Middle School social studies teacher Dayanna Volitich, who ran the show under the pseudonym, “Tiana Dalichov”. School district officials, upon learning of the report, removed VolitichContinue Reading

U-Haul Company of Florida is pleased to announce that Plant City Sheds has signed on as a U-Haul® neighborhood dealer to serve the Plant City community. Plant City Sheds at 2616 E. Hwy. 92 will offer U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, moving supplies and in-store pick-up for boxes. The arrival of U-Haul Truck ShareContinue Reading

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Florida Pinellas County Chapter presents its 26th Annual Bill of Rights Dinner featuring a keynote address by Susan Hernan, National ACLU President, to honor Floridians fighting for freedom within the community. The dinner, which takes place on Tuesday, March 6, 2018, 6:00–9:00pm at Banquet MastersContinue Reading

Children’s Cerebral Palsy, an organization that maximizes the functional abilities and care of children diagnosed with cerebral palsy, is gearing up ahead of Cerebral Palsy (CP) Awareness Month and wants the public to wear green to get involved. March marks Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, with March 25th being National Cerebral PalsyContinue Reading

The Bay Pines VA Healthcare System (VAHCS) achieved “Exemplar” status for the Nurses Improving Care for Healthsystem Elders (NICHE) program again this year. NICHE is the premier designation indicating a hospital’s commitment to excellence in the care of patients 65-years-and-older. The “Exemplar” status recognizes the Bay Pines VAHCS’s ongoing dedication to geriatric care andContinue Reading

Behind a message of “Fight with Courage,” Tampa resident Valarie Schlosser will be one of the 25 people featured in a new PSA rotating in Times Square this March for Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Schlosser was diagnosed with colorectal cancer at 49 and has become an ambassador for the country’sContinue Reading

The Patel Conservatory will present the adorable Disney classic The Aristocats KIDS, on February 15-18 in the Straz Center for the Performing Art’s TECO Theater. Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS, performed by Patel Conservatory students in grades two through four and based on the beloved Disney film, is a non-stop thrill ride of feline fun, complete with unbelievable twistsContinue Reading

A Lakeland school principal recently earned a state-wide “Principal of the Year” award, praised for his inclusion of technology into the daily learning processes. Lawton Chiles Middle Academy Principal Brian Andrews told Bay News 9 that he’s always reading technology-related news stories, searching for new ideas and devices that studentsContinue Reading

Department of Veterans Affairs employee Sheila Mott will have her two-grade demotion reviewed by the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) after her case was remanded back to the Board by the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit January 26, 2018. Sheila was initially removed from her positionContinue Reading

It’s known as a date which will live in infamy, and for 96-year-old George Kondas, the attack on Pearl Harbor seems like it was yesterday. He’ll never forget the sight of hundreds of planes coming in from every direction, ships burning, the sinking of the Arizona, the Oklahoma turning overContinue Reading