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Lost in Florida: The Duval Crawl

Lost in Florida: The Duval Crawl

Part two in a series. Photo gallery below. By MITCH TRAPHAGEN In the early 1990s, Key West had its own television series, kind of like Dallas or Miami Vice except…

State lawmakers look to put brakes on red light cameras

State lawmakers look to put brakes on red light cameras

Bills would make it easier to contest a citation and ban tickets for making a right on red By KEVIN BRADY Red light cameras are a little like Justin Bieber.…

A visit to Central Florida should be on your calendar this year

By WARREN RESEN – North American Journalists Association JEANNE O’CONNOR Photos The Mouse looms large over Florida. A few years ago while on a birding trip to the jungles of…

Partnership between agencies results in help for employers, job-seekers

By PENNY FLETCHER A partnership between Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance and the South Shore Community Resource Center in Ruskin is proving helpful to people looking for work. Recently it has…

Commentary: Evil remains outnumbered

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN As of this writing there are few answers in the tragic bombing that took place near the end of the Boston Marathon on Monday, but the painful…

R.H.S. softball recognizes current, past players

By Mitch Traphagen In the moments before the opening pitch of the game in which the Riverview High School Sharks softball team took on Jefferson High School, head coach Angela…

Obituaries April 18, 2013

Helen B. Feil Helen Feil passed on at the age of 99. She was born February 9, 1914 in New York City. She died March 8, 2013 at her home…

JOBS, JOBS, JOBS

By PENNY FLETCHER A partnership between Tampa Bay Workforce Alliance and the South Shore Community Resource Center in Ruskin is proving helpful to people looking for work. Recently it has…

Outdoor Learning: Name these Florida natives

By DIANE STRAUSER ALVAREZ, Master Naturalist and Camp Bayou Supporter Here are some common, native plants you can see at Camp Bayou and any natural yard or preserve in Central…

Lost in Florida: Doing the Duval Crawl

By Mitch Traphagen In the early 1990s, Key West had its own television series, kind of like Dallas or Miami Vice except with a handful of viewers instead of millions. …

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