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Lennard High teacher competes for national education award

Lennard High teacher competes for national education award

By KEVIN BRADY A math teacher at Lennard High School in Ruskin is among the final 10 nominees for a prestigious $25,000 education award. Kelly Zunkiewicz is also the only…

Geriatric concerns

Geriatric concerns

By LIA MARTIN When Barbara Millstein fell in her Sun City Center home last July 21, she injured her pelvis. She was assured that with proper treatment, including physical therapy,…

HCC breaks ground for new science and technology lab

HCC breaks ground for new science and technology lab

By PENNY FLETCHER The South County branch of Hillsborough Community College broke ground this week for its new two-story, 36,424-square-foot science and technology building. “This will enable us to offer…

Centenarian Celebration falls short of world’s record

Centenarian Celebration falls short of world’s record

By PENNY FLETCHER South County’s 2014 Celebration of Centenarians was its largest ever, with 30 people 100 years or older, or who will reach their 100th birthday this year, in…

Obituaries: May 15, 2014

Royce (Bud) William Haley Royce (Bud) William Haley Jr. was born in Detroit, Mich., to parents Royce William Haley and Eva Margaret Gay on August 16, 1938. He died Saturday,…

Letters: May 15, 2014

Dear Editor, The article “Sierra Club barred from tour of proposed ferry, park,” by Penny Fletcher, published 5-11-2014, is an eye-opener. It calls attention to the need for more parks…

Obituaries: May 8, 2014

Marianne Colding Belisle Marianne Colding Belisle, 77, of 1056 Five Bridges Road, Blakely, Ga., died early Wednesday afternoon, April 30, at her residence. Marianne was born December 7, 1936, in…

Almost human?

Almost human?

By “KARMEL” My life used to be pretty dependable, but the last few months some strange things have happened to me, and until I got to go on vacation, I…

Legislators fail to vote on trauma centers

By LIA MARTIN Because of Florida’s three-year legal dispute between “safety net” urban hospitals and suburban trauma care centers, state senators and representatives alike introduced multiple bills this year to…

Sierra Club barred from tour of proposed ferry, park

Sierra Club barred from tour of proposed ferry, park

By PENNY FLETCHER About 30 members of the Tampa Bay Sierra Club showed up for a scheduled tour of the Fred and Ida Schultz Preserve in Gibsonton April 19 but…

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