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.
Brenda Wade and her son Austin enjoy eating at one of their favorite restaurants called The Stein & Vine in Brandon.
Wayne Maberry is retiring from Tampa General Hospital after 24 years of service as a chaplain.
Feeding Tampa Bay has supplied thousands of meals to Bay Area families during uncertain times.
A family-owned restaurant is serving food as well as serving the community by paying its success forward.
Dr. Emilio Echevarria, 89, is visiting St. Joseph’s Hospital, a place that he knows well. He spent 64 years as a general surgeon at bay area hospitals before retiring from St. Joseph's Hospital earlier this year.
Senior graduation has a significant meaning for students at Cristo Rey Tampa High School.
A Small Business Administration grant is helping the Tampa Bay Women's Business Centre keep small businesses afloat. The impact that the program is having is What's Right with Tampa Bay.
A St. Petersburg postman has supplied 1,000 face shields to healthcare workers.
Melissa Caulfield and her mom Terry Boatner are reminiscing about all the fun social activities that Melissa did with the organization Help Us Gather, or HUG.
For the past two months, Mary Bryant Elementary School assistant principal Victoria Morse has been performing on social media to help keep her teachers motivated.
Ryan Joseph, owner of Joseph Fine Art Photographs, is giving away a free photography package that’s worth approximately $7,800 to a Bay Area registered nurse in honor of his mother.
Fifteen Bay Area YMCA's are hosting blood drives to help OneBlood meet its needs during the coronavirus pandemic.
A group of knitters has geared up to protect front-line workers by supplying PPE. Their dedicated act of service is what's right with Tampa Bay.
Academy Prep Head of School L' Tanya Evans is glad to see business owner Linda Manci and her crew working in the school's vegetable garden.
There's less of a need for masks for front line workers thanks to a community of Tampa Bay sewers. This tight-knit group is what's right with Tampa Bay.
An organization is leading the charge to get food to children in need. Their extra effort to deliver meals to families is what's right with Tampa Bay.