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Refusing to be bound by circumstances

Refusing to be bound by circumstances

By PENNY FLETCHER Many of the 200 people who attended the 2016 Scholarship Breakfast at Hillsborough Community College’s SouthShore campus in November had tears in their eyes by the end…

For newcomers, better days come with a higher price

For newcomers, better days come with a higher price

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Contrary to popular misconception across the nation and the world, Florida, and the Tampa Bay area in particular, is not “God’s Waiting Room.” In the Bay area,…

Body found along I-75 near Ruskin, apparent victim of hit and run

Body found along I-75 near Ruskin, apparent victim of hit and run

Shortly after 11 a.m. on Monday, the Florida Highway Patrol received a report of a body along northbound I-75 near near mile marker 240, just north of Sun City Center…

Centenarians offer advice to the young

Centenarians offer advice to the young

By PHYLLIS HODGES So much wisdom in one room — well over 3,000 years! On April 27, 31 honorees participated in the 2016 Centenarian Celebration. With relatives, friends and civic representatives…

Senior basketball comes to SCC

Senior basketball comes to SCC

By PHYLLIS HODGES Sun City Center is continuing to move forward. The newest Community Association club is basketball — approved in April. SCC is indeed a community adapting to the changing…

Santos signs with CMU

Santos signs with CMU

Soccer player Angel Santos will be playing soccer for the Central Methodist University Eagles in Fayette, Mo., next season. Santos began playing soccer at 7 years old in the Wimauma…

Obituaries: May 5, 2016

Florence James Irving Florence James Irving, a resident of Sun City Center for 36 years, died April 25, two months shy of her 101st birthday. She was born in Greensburg,…