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The smell of success

The smoke from a huge barbecue permeated the Shoppes at South Bend in Riverview last Sunday where Mike Parsons Ink celebrated its fourth annniversary in business. To thank his clientele,…

Command Sergeant Major to speak at SCC Memorial Day Ceremony

Command Sergeant Major to speak  at SCC Memorial Day Ceremony

The Sun City Center Memorial Day Ceremony will start at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 26, in Kings Point’s Borini Theatre. Doors open at 9 a.m. for free open seating.…

Crawfish Festival moves to South County

Crawfish Festival moves to South County

By PENNY FLETCHER For the three years it’s been a standard event in Hillsborough County, the Crawfish Festival has been held in FishHawk on the eastern outskirts of Riverview near…

Attorney General Bondi thanks Seniors vs. Crime

Attorney General Bondi thanks Seniors vs. Crime

  By PENNY FLETCHER Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi recently sent her thanks to the Sun City Center branch of Seniors vs. Crime. The statewide organization was 25 years old…

The legacy of Frederick B. Karl — Celebrating the publication of “Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young Soldier”

The legacy of Frederick B. Karl — Celebrating the publication of “Python Tales: World War II Memories of a Young Soldier”

The Friends of the Library of Tampa-Hillsborough County Inc. welcome the family and friends of former county administrator, Frederick B. Karl, to a reception to celebrate his legacy and the…

Lennard High teacher wins national award, receives $25,000

Lennard High teacher wins national award,  receives $25,000

The Lennard High School math teacher who was profiled in last week’s edition of The Observer News, The SCC Observer and The  Current, has received a prestigious national award. The…

Obituaries: May 22, 2014

Christopher Fagot Christopher Fagot was born November 16, 1931, was heaven-bound May 16, 2014. He is survived by spouse Carol; sons Mark (Bonnie), Dean (Annmarie) and Archie (Dawn), and stepson…

Ministry to poor waiting for ‘a miracle’ as it faces prospect of homelessness

Ministry to poor waiting for ‘a miracle’ as it faces prospect of homelessness

By KEVIN BRADY A  Ruskin-based ministry that has to move is praying for a miracle so it can continue to serve the area’s hungry and homeless population. Opened in 2008…

Keller Williams gives back

Keller Williams gives back

The Mary & Martha House emergency shelter was the recipient of this year’s Keller Williams Realty SouthShore RED Day project. RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is…

4th annual Chamber Cup Classic Golf Tournament

4th annual Chamber Cup Classic Golf Tournament

By LIA MARTIN As often happens, a golfer did not make the hole-in-one at Hole 8, Par 3, so the $15,000 offered by Ed Morse Cadillac was not won in…

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