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Sun City Center’s new developer on track for holiday presentations

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net Sun City Center – December here this year is likely to be, at least from one perspective, the month of Minto. The retirement community’s latest and probably…

South County Family Support and Resource Center offers range of services to all residents

Mitch Traphagen photo The South County Family Support and Resource Center held a ribbon cutting ceremony Thursday at their new location at 3030 East College Avenue in Ruskin. Pictured above…

Mail delivery in South County undergoing change

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net Part of the continuing consolidation pattern aimed at cutting costs, another change in U.S. Postal Service mail delivery in South Hillsborough is set for next week. The…

New neighbors make instant friendships

  By PENNY FLETCHER penny@observernews.net APOLLO BEACH – Moving to a new neighborhood, having a sick spouse or child, or suddenly becoming widowed are experiences no one wants to face…

Obituaries September 16, 2010

TORRES-RIOS, Aida Aida M. Torres-Rios passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Sun City Center, FL on Thursday, August 26, 2010. She leaves her beloved son Roberto…

Obituaries September 16, 2010

TORRES-RIOS, Aida Aida M. Torres-Rios passed away peacefully in her sleep at her home in Sun City Center, FL on Thursday, August 26, 2010. She leaves her beloved son Roberto…

Residents turn out for crime victim

Photos by Mitch Traphagen More than 300 people gathered for dinner at the Ruskin Elks Lodge on Sept. 11 to benefit South County resident Cindy-Lou Wood, a victim of violent…

The shining city upon a hill

Mitch Traphagen photo The sun sets over America and the coast of New Jersey. Despite the challenges the nation faces, we are still the shining city upon a hill. By…

Local art exhibits limn color of Florida

{igallery 16} By Mitch Traphagen and Pamela Traphagen [Video below] Florida is all about color. The light spectrum in the Sunshine State opens possibilities that exist in few other places.…

Mosaic opts for minimally invasive pipeline installation

By MELODY JAMESONmj@observernews.net Miles of pipeline measuring two feet in diameter are being buried at 18-foot depths across South County neighborhoods and many of their residents are going to be…

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