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APOLLO BEACH: Pinwheels for Peace

APOLLO BEACH: Pinwheels for Peace

Children’s pinwheels signify peace at South Shore grade school By LOIS KINDLE Apollo Beach Elementary was the site of a peaceful demonstration Sept. 21 as about 650 children marched out of…

PREP FOOTBALL

PREP FOOTBALL

4  South Shore teams at home this Friday Riverview Sharks bite Newsome 35-26 Spoto, East Bay, Lennard come up short By STEVE JACKSON The Riverview Sharks were the only South…

Chamber News & Views

Chamber News & Views

Golf Cart Poker Run returns We’re baaaaack! Back by popular demand, the chamber’s golf cart poker run returns in October. I know many of you remember it’s the first Friday…

RIVERVIEW: Service runs in these veterans’ family

RIVERVIEW: Service runs in these veterans’ family

Riverview man’s World War II service honored with flight to the capital By LOIS KINDLE Hollis “Hal” Mellon was only 19 when he was shot in the hip by German…

RUSKIN: Amazon hosts cancer patients at Ruskin Fulfillment Center

RUSKIN: Amazon hosts cancer patients at Ruskin Fulfillment Center

Amazon hosts children fighting cancer for Robotics Camp Donates $10,000 to pediatric oncology department at children’s hospital By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The Amazon Fulfillment Center in Ruskin did more than…

RIVERVIEW: Featuring Chautauqua 4-H club

RIVERVIEW: Featuring Chautauqua 4-H club

Karen Hamilton still guiding Riverview High 4-H after 25 years By KEVIN BRADY Jurassic Park, the first one, was breaking box office records; Barney was the most popular toy at…

RIVERVIEW: Hope and perseverance

RIVERVIEW: Hope and perseverance

Hope and perseverance — sometimes that’s all you need A harrowing escape from communism and then tragedy for a daughter. Vanna Nguyen tells all in her book: Hope — An…

SOUTH SHORE: Learn about Medicare choices

SOUTH SHORE: Learn about Medicare choices

Learn the best Medicare option for you during open enrollment period By LOIS KINDLE Seniors take note: Open enrollment for folks new to Medicare or those already covered by it…

WIMAUMA: Reddick Elementary gets special dictionaries

WIMAUMA: Reddick Elementary gets special dictionaries

Retired educator creates special dictionary for 2nd-graders Caruthers stresses foundation words to improve reading and writing By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON She is now retired after a 34-year career as an…

RIVERVIEW: ECHO is now open

RIVERVIEW: ECHO is now open

Self-help group opens doors, has big plans for Riverview area By KEVIN BRADY One of the county’s largest charitable groups is now serving residents of Riverview and surrounding communities. “I…

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