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Chinese drywall impacts on human health being measured in SCC

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net   SUN CITY CENTER – A survey of human health issues related to Chinese drywall exposures – the first of its kind in the nation – now is…

Time on his hands

Penny Fletcher PhotosBurjor “Joe” Nargolwala wears the George F. Hixson Medal, the highest honor the Kiwanis Club can bestow, proudly in his Sun City Center home. By PENNY FLETCHER penny@observernews.net…

Obituaries July 1, 2010

RUSSO, Art United States Tennis Association (USTA) Florida extends condolences to the family of USTA Florida volunteer Virge “Art” Russo (1927-2010), who died peacefully in his sleep last week at…

Shrimp in the wild taste far superior

By WARREN RESEN Member Florida Outdoor Writers Assn. w630@aol.com   What are the makings for a great three course meal while you’re watching your favorite team on TV? A mess of…

Proposed hospital site up for rezoning; state hearing still looming

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net   St. Joseph’s Hospital South, a proposed new acute care facility approved for a Big Bend Road site, is moving closer to reality with application for the rezoning…

Mommy bloggers vs. the Gulf oil spill

Mitch Traphagen photo Cooper Munroe, left, and Tampa bay area “mommy bloggers” and their children gather for a “Better Than a Picnic-Picnic” sponsored by Hebrew National and organized by Munroe,…

Independence Day special for two Gold Star parents

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net   July Fourth this year – observance of the nation’s independence and the price of keeping it – has great significance this year for two parents on opposite…

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