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Seeing attendance double

Seeing attendance double

Growing with the area: United Methodist Church of SCC By YVETTE C. HAMMETT The crazy growth in southern Hillsborough County has resulted in one church experiencing a huge uptick in…

Aging with dignity – 5 wishes

Aging with dignity – 5 wishes

Have a say in making future healthcare decisions, while you still can By LOIS KINDLE Many of us are uncomfortable thinking about the possibility of becoming incapacitated, let alone actually…

100 years and counting

100 years and counting

The American Legion begins celebrating 100 years this month By LOIS KINDLE The country’s largest wartime veterans service organization turned 100 this month and has begun a year long celebration…

Repairs resume at Williams Park boat ramp

Repairs resume at Williams Park boat ramp

Public eyes reopening by June Repairs resume at Williams Park boat ramp By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON GIBSONTON ­— South Shore residents and seasonal visitors, boating and fishing aficionados all —…

New sports-infused charter school to open

New sports-infused charter school to open

SLAM Apollo Beach K-8 Sports-infused charter school sets August opening By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The last vestige of the iconic Cox Lumber Co. is disappearing, soon to be replaced by…

‘Spicy’ Fundraiser

‘Spicy’ Fundraiser

Good Samaritan to host ‘spicy’ fundraiser By LOIS KINDLE Want to spice things up a bit and do something to help others at the same time? Good Samaritan, formerly known…

Grab a Native American flute and chill

Grab a Native American flute and chill

Music Therapy is good for what ails you. Free session Friday at DaVita. By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON Music has charms that soothe the savage beast. That’s another old adage that…

Celebrate quinceañeras in style

Celebrate quinceañeras in style

Monica’s Bridal and Quiñce in Palmetto is the place to go for quinceañera gowns By CARL MARIO NUDI Some cultures hold rites of passage ceremonies for their youth when they…

Sun City Center’s Follies are here again

Sun City Center’s Follies are here again

Follies 2019 features South Shore talent galore By PHYLLIS HODGES The Follies has drawn South Shore’s musical and theatrical talent to Sun City Center for over three decades. The first…

Obituary for week of March 14, 2019

Obituary for week of March 14, 2019

John DePace John DePace, 95, passed away in Houston, Texas on February 28, 2019, and will be buried at Florida National Cemetery, 6502 S.W. 102 Ave., Bushnell, FL 33513. John…