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Obituaries November 22, 2012

Lawrence Armour, Sr.Lawrence William Armour, Sr.  passed away November 6, 2012. Formerly of Sun City Center, FL, he most recently lived in Dearborn, MI. Beloved husband for 57 years of…

Obituaries November 15, 2012

Robert S. GriffithRobert S. Griffith, 82, of Apollo Beach, Fla. passed away November 9, 2012. He retired from the U.S. Air Force as a Master Sergeant. Survivors include his wife…

An out-of-this-world restaurant: Dixie Crossroads

By WARREN RESEN, International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association TITUSVILLE, FL — Dixie Crossroads Seafood Restaurant & More in Titusville, Florida has a reputation that transcends the boundaries of…

Flying blind in the voting booth

By PENNY FLETCHER The 11 proposed amendments to the Florida State Constitution on the Nov. 6 General Election ballot were almost impossible to understand. As an avid reader and trained…

South Bay Hospital growing…again

By MELODY JAMESON SUN CITY CENTER — Two key areas on South Bay Hospital’s first floor are about to get treatments of the expansion kind. Work on enhancing and upgrading…

Oliver North draws a crowd at SCC Business Expo

By Mitch Traphagen Lt. Col. Oliver North (USMC-Ret), political commentator, military historian, Fox News host, one-time senate candidate, and New York Times best-selling author, drew a crowd in Sun City…

Music, Honor and Remembrance mark Veterans Day in SCC

By Mitch Traphagen It began as Armistice Day in the aftermath of World War 1, in which hostilities formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the…

World-wide reach of The Carter Center touches South Hillsborough

By MELODY JAMESON APOLLO BEACH — Individual drinking filters inhibiting water contaminates and bed netting to ward off insects – the simple but successful tools employed in The Carter Center’s…

A step back in time: Crossing the bridge takes visitors back 100 years

A step back in time: Crossing the bridge takes visitors back 100 years

By PENNY FLETCHER TAMPA – Stephanie Sumner is proud to be from a long line of Florida Crackers. She’s found evidence of relatives living in Hillsborough County as far back…

American Victory goes to sea

American Victory goes to sea

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN A number of coastal cities have floating museums, ships that once saw military service but have since been mothballed and are now floating reminders of the past. …