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‘Women Who Care’ make a big impact at Firehouse Cultural Center

‘Women Who Care’ make a big impact at  Firehouse Cultural Center

An area organization named 100 Women Who Care donated $3,800 to the Firehouse Cultural Center last week, the donation coming in the form of 38 checks for $100. Women Who…

SCC Art Club opens unique June exhibit

The Sun City Center Art Club held an opening ceremony for their latest exhibit entitled Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (and Boats). The exhibit features a variety of artists and a…

Women Who Care make a big impact at Firehouse Cultural Center

An area organization named 100 Women Who Care donated $3,800 to the Firehouse Cultural Center last week, the donation coming in the form of 38 checks for $100. Women Who…

Obituaries June 13, 2013

Mary A BanayApril 6, 1921 – June 3, 2013 Born in a blizzard, Mary was the only child of Arthur Leroy Allen and Emma Augusta Jacobs of Colorado Springs, Colorado.…

Observations: Courage in getting older

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN I made the trip to Cambridge, Maryland in two days of driving, the reverse of a trip that took me two months on my sailboat two years…

Tropical Storm Andrea provides an early kickoff to hurricane season

Tropical Storm Andrea provided an early kickoff to the 2013 hurricane season on June 6.  While the fast moving, relatively weak storm didn’t pack the lingering flooding headaches of Tropical…

Honoring the past while preparing for the future

BY PENNY FLETCHER Like Auld Lang Syne played at midnight on New Year’s Eve, the South Shore Chamber of Commerce’s June 5 after-hours Open House event was a combination of celebrating…

Residents fight proposed super-store on Bloomingdale

Residents fight proposed super-store on Bloomingdale

“There are already three Walmarts within a 5-mile radius…” — Dawn McGovern By KEVIN BRADY Stirring passions like few issues have in recent years, a proposal for a huge Super…

A canary in the climate coal mine?

A canary in the climate coal mine?

Photo gallery below article. By MITCH TRAPHAGEN SMITH ISLAND, MD – The argument over the causes of climate change are ongoing, largely split along partisan lines, however what is becoming…

The St. Petersburg Pier: The Last Day

The St. Petersburg Pier: The Last Day

Photo gallery below article. By MITCH TRAPHAGEN On Friday at the St. Petersburg Pier, the early morning hours were quiet, with a few joggers, some people fishing, including one with…

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