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Letters to the Editor October 12, 2017

Location, Location, Location Having written an editorial last month on speeding traffic within Sun City Center and suggesting the Hillsborough Sheriff’s Department set up speed traps on both Pebble Beach…

FEMA Hiring Florida Residents to Support Hurricane Irma Recovery

FEMA Hiring Florida Residents to Support Hurricane Irma Recovery

FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) is hiring local residents to assist in the disaster recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Residents of Florida who wish to apply should…

Hook’em-n-Reel’em for some big prizes

Hook’em-n-Reel’em for some big prizes

By LOIS KINDLE The Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce is looking for anglers who’d like to spend time on the water, catch fish and win some nice prizes…

A new concept highlighting local, Florida artists: CONSTRUCT opens at PAC Oct. 6

A new concept highlighting local, Florida artists:  CONSTRUCT opens at PAC Oct. 6

By CARL MARIO NUDI Artist Carol Hill, a part-time Palmetto resident, was intrigued when she was asked to do a painting for the new show at the Palmetto Art Center.…

Yes, you can bring your dog! Octoberfest/Halloween Food Truck Rally to take place Friday at Summerfield Crossings Golf Club

Yes, you can bring your dog! Octoberfest/Halloween Food Truck Rally to take place Friday at Summerfield Crossings Golf Club

By YVETTE C. HAMMETT The Riverview Octoberfest/Halloween Food Truck Rally takes place on Friday with a diverse line of foods, a costume contest for the young ones and two bars…

Yoga — the ultimate ‘pill?’

Yoga — the ultimate ‘pill?’

BY PHYLLIS HODGES “Sometimes you hit a home run and this program was one. It was fantastic,” said Don Murphy, president of the Sun City Center Men’s Club. He was…

Dove Interiors’ growth mirrors that of South Shore community

Dove Interiors’ growth mirrors that of South Shore community

By LOIS KINDLE Joan Miller and her children opened a small, family-owned and  operated business almost three decades ago in Ruskin. Initially known as Dove Carpets, the retail operation has…

Observations: Lessons in mortality

Observations: Lessons in mortality

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Young people, at least those with the good fortune of good health, as most have, are immortal. It usually takes something traumatic or, usually age, to learn…

Letters to the Editor October 5, 2017

South County: Do you really want your drive-in theatre? I ask this question because starting in January, when the weather was still comfortable at night, attendance went from long lines…

Obituaries October 5, 2017

Angie M. Ballard Angie Laurendeau Ballard “Pwiddies, Pang, Ang, Peanut”, 35, passed away peacefully in her sleep on September 19, 2017. Born in Tampa, Fla., on March 21, 1982, she…

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