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Captain Joel’s Fishin’ Holes — June: Transition time

Captain Joel’s Fishin’ Holes — June: Transition time

By JOEL BRANDENBURG June is the month when fish leave their spring haunts and transition to their summer spots. For example: Look for snook to move from the grass flats,…

Obituaries: May 28, 2015

Karin Robertson Kemker Karin Robertson Kemker entered into the kingdom of her Heavenly Father on May 21, 2015. Her devotion to family and firm faith supported her in her illness…

World War II memorial taking shape at Veterans Park

World War II memorial taking shape at Veterans Park

By KEVIN BRADY A salute to veterans of World War II is coming, and although more than 50 percent of the funding for the memorial is still being sought, veterans’…

South County needs not being met, say nonprofit groups

South County needs not being met, say nonprofit groups

By KEVIN BRADY An unprecedented gathering of South County nonprofit groups is already bearing fruit, establishing new relationships between groups that could help meet some of the area’s shortfalls in…

Congratulations, Class of 2015!

Congratulations, Class of 2015!

Two brothers share one mission By LISA STARK If you’re looking for the definition of Brotherly Love, you need look no further than Lennard High School seniors Brian and Stephan…

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Memorial Day Ceremony Kings Point Borini Auditorium 10 a.m. • Monday, May 25, 2015 Sun City Center will again observe our traditional Memorial Day Ceremony starting at 10 a.m. Monday,…

On the Horizon

Wouldn’t it be nice if we really had a mayor? By PENNY FLETCHER Having covered the news in the 450-square-mile area known as South County since the mid 1980s, I’ve…

SouthShore Chamber hosts annual Pigs in the Parking Lot

SouthShore Chamber hosts annual Pigs in the Parking Lot

The SouthShore Chamber of Commerce held its popular, annual Pigs in the Parking Lot event at Mira Bay Village on Friday evening. The event included numerous South Hillsborough businesses showcasing…

Observations: Good people, big company

Observations: Good people, big company

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The time to leave Jon’s Mom’s house for the airport was 6:30 a.m. No later. Minneapolis has a busy airport, and the lines for security tend to…

Brand-new in Apollo Beach: Roseli’s Restaurant aims to please

Brand-new in Apollo Beach: Roseli’s Restaurant aims to please

By LISA STARK Tucked away in the rear corner of the strip mall behind the UPS store on Apollo Beach Boulevard is a new food alternative for locals looking for…

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