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Aldi supermarket delayed

Aldi supermarket delayed

By KEVIN BRADY Gentleman and ladies, don’t start rolling those shopping carts just yet. An Aldi store was all ready to take shape at the corner of U.S. 301 and…

Obituaries: October 1, 2015

Elizabeth June Cherbonneaux Elizabeth June (Schlesinger) Cherbonneaux, 85, of Ruskin, Fla., passed away Tuesday, September 22, 2015. Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, October 3,…

Letter to the Editor: September 24, 2015

Dear Editor, The SCC Security Patrol’s recent three-day Golf Cart Registration was a huge success! We wish to thank the SCC community for their support and to those who came…

Obituaries: September 24, 2015

Robbie J. Gaecke Robbie J. Gaecke, 78, of Sun City Center, Fla., passed away on Thursday, August 20, 2015, at Sun City Center Hospice House with her loving family at…

Enterprising women seeking golf carts for new Wimauma transport, delivery service

Enterprising women seeking golf carts for new Wimauma transport, delivery service

By KEVIN BRADY Seeing a lack of transportation and delivery options in their Wimauma neighborhood, three local women have decided to do something about it by launching their own transportation…

Author uses books to teach children valuable lessons

Author uses books to teach children valuable lessons

By KEVIN BRADY A local author and former teacher is taking her love of teaching to the bookshelf, imparting important lessons about growing up. The author currently has three books…

Sun City Center symphony lovers unite

Sun City Center symphony lovers unite

By LISA STARK For over 20 years, the Ambassador Club of Sun City Center and Kings Point has been taking classical music lovers to the Florida Symphony Coffee Concerts at…

Ink goes mainstream

Ink goes mainstream

There was a time, a few decades ago, when having a tattoo generally meant one of two things: that you served in the military or that you had served time…

Volunteers needed for ambitious project that will offer free memory screenings

Volunteers needed for ambitious project that will offer free memory screenings

By KEVIN BRADY An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, said Benjamin Franklin, and it’s with those wise words in mind that a local mental health group…

From Ruskin, New York City and across the nation, America welcomes Pope Francis

From Ruskin, New York City and across the nation, America welcomes Pope Francis

Pope Francis is making his first official visit to the United States from Sept. 23 to 27. The papal visit will include Washington, D.C., New York City and Philadelphia. On…