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Westchase Thanksgiving Food Drive: Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 p.m.

It’s not too late to participate in the Westchase Thanksgiving Food drive on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 1 p.m. The annual food drive – the biggest community food drive in Tampa Bay – benefits Metropolitan Ministries. And we need your help to ensure hungry families and children across Tampa Bay have a happy Thanksgiving! This…

December Brings Host of Events to West Park Village Green

The West Park Village Green will be the place to be in December as a group of holiday events will make folks holly and jolly. Friday, Dec. 3: WOW Food Truck Rally, 5:30-8 p.m. WOW is excited to announce the organization of its first food truck rally that we hope will become a regular event….

Making the Holidays Happier for U.S. Service Members

The Willeke family from The Bridges has adopted an annual tradition that helps bring smiles to our service men and women each holiday. They do it through special gift packages they compile with other military academy families. But to ensure the packages’ delivery, they need your help to get them to our young heroes. Traicey…

21 Great Fitness Gift Ideas for 2021

As the holidays ramp up and 2021 counts down, why not consider a fitness gift for your family and friends? Once again this year, as WOW’s Fitness columnist, I offer my top picks. Some have made the list for the first time and others feature interesting enhancements in design and technology. Shop on, fitness fans!…

CDD Moves Forward with Cell Tower Behind Library; Approves Increase in Greens Gatehouse Salaries

At the Nov. 2 Westchase CDD meeting supervisors heard that Vertex, the company with which they have contracted for two possible cell towers to improve Westchase service, was moving forward with a proposed tower on CDD-owned land behind the Maureen Gauzza Library. The meeting also saw supervisors unanimously vote to increase the wages of Greens…

14th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive Nov. 21

For those who are struggling, the past two years have posed serious challenges that have left a third of Americans with no savings. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, even before the pandemic hit, 10.5 percent of U.S. households faced food insecurity sometime in 2019. That’s 35 million Americans who faced hunger when the…

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