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SUN CITY CENTER: Are the drugs you’re taking doing you more harm than good?

SUN CITY CENTER: Are the drugs you’re taking doing you more harm than good?

Are the drugs you’re taking doing you more harm than good? By LOIS KINDLE As people age, they often develop chronic conditions, sometimes several, and doctors generally turn to prescription…

PARRISH: Art market has a new name

PARRISH: Art market has a new name

Parrish Arts Council art market renamed East2West By CARL MARIO NUDI In the six years the Parrish Arts Council was founded it has seen a lot of growth, especially over the…

Sept. 27, 2018

Sept. 27, 2018

Gerard Duane Barnhart Gerard Duane Barnhart “Gerry,” passed away peacefully July 27, 2018, following complications from a stroke. Gerry had celebrated his 80th birthday. He was born June 24, 1938,…

PALMETTO: Police Dept. okayed for new building

PALMETTO: Police Dept. okayed for new building

Construction of new Palmetto Police Department building set to move forward By CARL MARIO NUDI Just over a year ago, Hurricane Irma barreled its way through Florida. Although Manatee County…

Prep Football

Prep Football

East Bay falls from unbeaten Durant upsets Indians 10-7 with overtime FG By STEVE JACKSON PLANT CITY — Would’ve. Could’ve. Should’ve. All three words that coaches and fans do not want…

WIMAUMA: Multicultural festival

WIMAUMA: Multicultural festival

Multicultural festival  of food, fun, fellowship at Our Lady of Guadalupe PHOTOS BY STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON…

RIVERVIEW: Holiday dinner for seniors needs volunteers

RIVERVIEW: Holiday dinner for seniors needs volunteers

Planning for Riverview’s 23rd annual holiday dinner for seniors has begun By YVETTE C. HAMMETT Planning is now under way for Riverview’s 23rd annual holiday dinner for seniors, but more…

RUSKIN: Fundraising auction this Saturday

RUSKIN: Fundraising auction this Saturday

South Shore organization a bridge to humanity Sponsoring fundraising auction this Saturday, Sept. 22, in Ruskin By Stephen Flanagan Jackson The South Shore area is blessed with an overflowing cornucopia…

SOUTH SHORE: CNAs have new opportunity

SOUTH SHORE: CNAs have new opportunity

Local nonprofits enhance CNA education through scholarships for extended training  By LOIS KINDLE The Rotary Club Foundation of Sun City Center recently issued $1,250 scholarships to two local healthcare aides who…

SOUTH SHORE: Area Alzheimer’s events

SOUTH SHORE: Area Alzheimer’s events

Few people haven’t been affected by Alzheimer’s in some way By LOIS KINDLE Grab your calendar, folks, to circle the dates for a series of events taking place between Sept. 21…