Sean Daly, WFTS

Sean Daly


Saint Petersburg, FL, United States

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Past articles by Sean:

Business is booming during pandemic for nonprofit bike shop helping everyone get a bicycle

Tampa nonprofit WellBuilt Bikes repurposes and repairs donated bikes. → Read More

Tampa’s Lowry Parcade keeps business alive by delivering Donkey Kong, Tetris to homes

Tampa’s Lowry Parcade is keeping business alive by safely delivering Donkey Kong, Tetris and pinball machines to homes. → Read More

Vampire Penguin sweet shop puts new twist on takeout with 'no contact' delivery of frozen treats

Vampire Penguin sweet shop adapted to tough times by putting a new twist on takeout with “no contact” delivery. → Read More

Kindergarten students making loving cards for nursing home residents during coronavirus quarantine

Alex and Aubrey Bassett are leading students in a sweet letter-writing campaign for residents in nursing homes. → Read More

Tampa Bay area high school expands its innovative 4-year veterinary program

Richard O. Jacobson Technical High School is expanding its veterinary program with a new building dedicated to cats and dogs. → Read More

Local students love newest cafeteria menu item: California sushi rolls

Grade schoolers in Hillsborough County are loving the newest menu item being offered in select cafeterias: California sushi rolls. → Read More

Lakewood Ranch girl makes 'Abby’s Love' toy bags to comfort kids in scary situations

Nine-year-old Abby Simpson makes “Abby’s Love” toy bags to comfort kids in scary situations → Read More

Florida minor league pitcher turns broken dreams into best-selling drinking bats called Dugout Mugs

Randall Thompson had a million-dollar arm, but it is his million-dollar idea that is making him famous. → Read More

Tampa's last cigar factory is getting a makeover and museum

The last cigar factory in Tampa, the 125-year-old J.C. Newman Cigar Company, is getting a makeover and a museum. → Read More

Robinson High Band needs $20,000 so it can perform at New York City's Carnegie Hall

Tampa’s Robinson High school Band gets a rare invite to perform at Carnegie Hall and needs $20,000 to send 60-plus students. → Read More

Unique aquaculture class at East Bay High School helps students pursue marine science career

Aquaculture class at East Bay High School in Gibsonton makes a splash with students who want to pursue marine science as a career. → Read More

Modern-day 'lunch lady' wins major award for her work at Clearwater’s Belcher Elementary

Modern-day “lunch lady” Tammy Ingrassia won Pinellas County’s Support Employee of the Year her impactful work at Clearwater’s Belcher Elementary School. → Read More

Husband and wife powerlifters shatter world records at 72 years of age

Powerlifting couple Davey and Judy Reed are shattering world records and having a lot of flirty fun inspiring young and old. → Read More

Palmetto boy with cerebral palsy gets national love for his spirit and million-dollar-smile

Cassiel Santos is a national inspiration for his uplifting spirit and his love of communicating via cutting-edge technology. → Read More

State-of-the-art baseball field for kids with special needs set to open in Temple Terrace

Buddy Baseball, a league for kids with special needs, is opening a state-of-the-art wheelchair-accessible baseball field in Temple Terrace. → Read More

Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Nikita Alekseev training to become a firefighter

Former Tampa Bay Lightning star Nikita Alekseev is training hard to become a firefighter in Hillsborough County. → Read More

Tampa Bay nonprofit 'Bikes for Christ' helps those in need get wheels, freedom

Tampa Bay nonprofit Bikes for Christ helps underprivileged kids, military veterans and people in need earn wheels and freedom to find a better life. → Read More

Plant High students and kids with special needs bond over sailing, fishing and golf

Plant High students and “Best Buddies” with special needs bond over sailing, fishing and golf at Davis Island Yacht Club. → Read More

Hospital angel: 91-year-old volunteer logs more than 50,000 hours at AdventHealth Wauchula

Theresa Alexy, a 91-year-old volunteer at AdventHealth Wauchula has logged more than 50,000 hours of kindness and comfort working at the hospital’s gift shop. → Read More

'Gentlemen’s Quest' helps middle school students grow into confident, respectful young men

An innovative motivational club called “Gentlemen’s Quest” is helping teen boys grow into confident, respectful young men. → Read More