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Our Lady of Guadalupe Food Pantry serving more seniors

By KEVIN BRADY The number of families using Sun City Center’s Our Lady of Guadalupe Food Pantry has increased 65 percent over the last year, and more seniors than ever are…

Tampa Bay’s largest ecosytem restoration project kicks off near Ruskin

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The Southwest Florida Water Management District, along with state and local officials, kicked off on Monday what is heralded as the Tampa Bay area’s largest ecosystem restoration…

Behind the scenes at Dry Creek

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN In Manhattan’s W Hotel, Les McDowell no doubt felt a sense of awe in gathering with some of the biggest names in the television industry. It wasn’t that…

Survivor of Mariel Boat Lift named HCC Dean of Students

By PENNY FLETCHER Yaima Serrano’s story is somewhat like the one about President Abraham Lincoln growing up in a log cabin and studying law by candlelight. It’s every bit as impressive…

SouthShore Chamber honors businesses, volunteers, Dickman family

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Chamber of Commerce annual dinners generally aren’t surprising affairs, but organizers for the SouthShore Chamber dinner, held on Friday at the Del Webb South Shore Falls Clubhouse in…

Obituaries February 6, 2014

Jana Hatfield CruzJuly 10, 1979 – February 1, 2014 On February 1, 2014, Jana Hatfield Cruz of Ruskin left us to become one of God’s Angels in heaven. She is…

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