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Second phase of Apollo Beach environmental project begins

By PENNY FLETCHER APOLLO BEACH — Concrete pouring and installation of solar panels are the first visible signs of the second phase of a large expansion project at Tampa Electric…

Small winery aims to meet ‘gold standard’ the old fashioned way

By MELODY JAMESON DUETTE – There’s a winery here built by hand, with an eye always on reducing its carbon footprint, on repurposing and renewal, on preservation and protection. It’s…

Made in America!

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN TAMPA – If someone tells you that nothing is made in America anymore, Crowley Marine Corporation has something to show you; a very large example that proves…

Cultural center welcomes Fall Artist-in-Residence

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN America was built on a foundation of progress. Change and the adaptation of change is a large part of what has kept this nation on the leading…

Job fair held at Regional Service Center exceeds expectations

By PENNY FLETCHER RUSKIN — Marlene Elizabeth Taylor-Williams of Ruskin, recently discharged from the military, has experience in both social work and education. One of the 250 job-seekers to talk…

South County liaison for new hospital now at work

By MELODY JAMESON Although the St. Joseph’s Hospital South campus is only beginning to take shape, one of its first staff members already is on the job. Judy Martin, who…

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