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Medical marijuana farm revitalizes area ag industry, adds jobs

Medical marijuana farm revitalizes area ag industry, adds jobs

By YVETTE C. HAMMETT An old tomato packing plant on U.S. 41 North is transforming in to a hydroponic medical marijuana farm that will cater to patients across the state.…

‘With the Grace of God,’ and your help… Annual Riverview senior dinner brings holiday joy for 21st year

‘With the Grace of God,’ and your help… Annual Riverview senior dinner brings holiday joy for 21st year

By YVETTE C. HAMMETT For the 21st year, the community of Riverview will come together for its seniors and needy to host the Hillsborough County Senior Citizens Christmas Party on…

Santa needs your help to help kids in need during Toys for Tots

Santa needs your help to help kids in need during Toys for Tots

By LOIS KINDLE South Shore’s children are filled with joyous anticipation that Santa will visit their homes this year. Unfortunately, that visit may not happen for some. That’s why Walter…

Community invited to help build Sun City Center Veterans Memorial

Community invited to help build Sun City Center Veterans Memorial

By LOIS KINDLE According to United States Census Bureau statistics, more than 20 percent of Sun City Center residents are veterans. Yet throughout the community’s 56-year history, there’s never been…

All aboard the North Pole Express, bound for Christmas

All aboard the North Pole Express, bound for Christmas

‘Parrish is growing so fast, but it managed to keep its community spirit. It doesn’t matter where you’re from — they accept you.’ By CARL MARIO NUDI Over the next three…

Four Paws Veterinary Hospital celebrates 10 years in Riverview

Four Paws Veterinary Hospital celebrates 10 years in Riverview

By LOIS KINDLE Much to the delight of its two-legged clients and four-legged friends, Four Paws Veterinary Hospital recently observed its 10th successful year of operation. Dr. Kim Tyson, its…

On Small Business Saturday, a passing of the shears

On Small Business Saturday, a passing of the shears

On Small Business Saturday, one area long-time business celebrated both by inviting other small businesses for some public exposure and by passing the business itself from mother to daughter. “Today…

A simple plan to help our neighbors

A simple plan to help our neighbors

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN This is not a story of self-promotion, although it does involve the promotion of an idea. The newsroom staff for The Observer News publications is made up…

Letter to the Editor November 30, 2017

Remember those willing to give all The holidays are here, our family is gathered together and the smell of cooking fills our home. All seems just right, but I know…

Obituaries November 30, 2017

Marguerite Whitney Marguerite “Betty” (Hayes) Whitney of Sun City, formerly of Black River, N.Y. and Keene, N.H., died on Nov. 4 in Riverview, Fla. She was 99. Betty was born…

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