Saturday Sep 13
When sinkholes open, they can swallow fortunes
This March 5, 2013 file aerial photo shows the giant sinkhole at the home of Jeff Bush in Seffner, Fla. The huge sinkhole opened up under a bedroom in the home on Thursday, Feb. 28, and swallowed Jeff Bush, 37. Officials gave up hope of finding Bush alive and filled in the hole with crushed rock.
St. Petersburg Times
Seffner chamber honors Delaney Creek Lodge executive director
Sue Smith learned she had kidney cancer at the same time the United States learned that Hurricane Katrina was about to strike the Gulf Coast. So when it came to weathering another storm as chairwoman of this year's Relay for Life of Seffner the night of May 2, Smith was unfazed.
News Talk Florida
Police Searching For Seffner Bank Robber
Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office detectives are investigating a bank robbery at the BB&T Bank located at 1707 Parsons Avenue South in Seffner. The incident happened at about 9:33 a.m. on Thursday.
Armwood High School on lockdown, one student arrested
Armwood High School in Seffner is on lockdown after a student brought a knife and bullets to school, according to Hillsborough County school officials.
Journalism Students Spend Summer Interning At Osprey Observer Gaining Experience, Writing Clips
The Osprey Observer continued its internship program this summer helping high school and college students who are interested in journalism to learn the ropes about what it means to be a reporter and what it takes to get a paper to press every week.
St. Petersburg Times
Seffner shooting suspect arrested in Plant City
A man accused of fatally shooting a Seffner man during a robbery attempt earlier this month was arrested after fleeing from authorities into a pond Wednesday, deputies said.
Florida RB Jones glad to be back after glum 2013
In this Sept. 28, 2013, file photo, Florida running back Matt Jones outruns Kentucky's TraVaughn Paschal, left, and Marcus McWilson in the second quarter of an NCAA college football game in Lexington, Ky.