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Obituaries: June 26, 2014

Leslie John Brunskill Leslie John Brunskill, 78, of Sun City Center, Fla., a former resident of Seneca Falls, N.Y., died on June 18 at Sun Terrace in Sun City Center.…

Letters: June 26, 2014

Dear Editor, I totally agree with the Board allowing only residents of the Community entry to the theater meeting. Those living outside the community should have no voice/vote in matters…

County Commission adopts Ruskin Community Plan amendment

By KEVIN BRADY County Commissioners have unanimously approved an amendment that adds to the Land Development Code an important part of the Ruskin Community Plan governing development. The 7-0 vote…

Fishing licenses:

Fishing licenses:

When you need them and when you don’t By PENNY FLETCHER School’s out, summer’s here, and with that comes a time for vacation. Parents often wait to take their vacation…

South County youth baseball teams to play for World Championship in Bahamas

South County youth baseball teams to play for World Championship in Bahamas

By KEVIN BRADY The Pro Talent Instructs Maniacs of South County are ready to match their skills against some of the best youth baseball teams in the world. The National…

New media programs on tap for South County residents

By PENNY FLETCHER By September, South County residents could be learning how to work new kinds of hardware and software programs alike that a few years ago seemed like something…

ABWIG: Dredging to start later this summer

ABWIG: Dredging to start later this summer

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN There were fundraisers, town hall meetings and door-to-door appeals throughout the community, and in the end, ABWIG, the Apollo Beach Waterway Improvement Group, reached their quarter-of-a-million-dollars goal.…

Organizers of local history exhibit want to save photos before it’s too late

Organizers of local history exhibit want to save photos before it’s too late

By KEVIN BRADY A  large part of the area’s history is at risk, and the community needs to step up before priceless photos and documents are lost forever, say backers…

ROLLINS THEATER: SCCCA board votes to allow referendum, 8-1

ROLLINS THEATER: SCCCA board votes to allow referendum, 8-1

By LIA MARTIN It is said when there is a disagreement over a decision to be made, the bottom line usually comes down to money. The clamor heard over the…

VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT

VETERANS HISTORY PROJECT

  Their stories of war preserve America’s military legacy By LIA MARTIN The American Red Cross, in partnership with the Library of Congress, is preserving our military history by interviewing…

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