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Preserving the past

Preserving the past

Historic preservation monies buy community-wide benefits By MELODY JAMESON “If we neglect the history of our communities, our children will, too.” This is Dr. Arthur “Mac” Miller, direct descendant of…

We’ll bring the giant scissors

We’ll bring the giant scissors

CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS I’m sure you remember that one warning your parents and teachers gave you growing up. Well, the first one I heard over and over was “Don’t…

BUSINESS NEWS…

BUSINESS NEWS…

Easy, effective mosquito control As the summer heat continues to rise, mosquitoes are invading. With advertisements for sprays, fogs, candles, repellents and other chemical-filled solutions in front of us all…

Celebrating 50+ years in space

Celebrating 50+ years in space

Shades of Apollo fifty years later By TROY McCLELLAN / KATIE McCLELLAN In 1961, President John F. Kennedy challenged the United States to land a man on the moon and…

Free Wi-Fi in Wimauma

Free Wi-Fi in Wimauma

Enterprising Latinas develops internet access for economic, social needs By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON WIMAUMA — Another small but important step in closing the technology gap, the so-called “digital divide,” was…

Bringing smiles

Bringing smiles

Puppy brings smiles, warms hearts of seniors in various stages of dementia By LOIS KINDLE July 9 was a big day at Clare Bridge memory care residence in Sun City…

The Trouble with Harry

The Trouble with Harry

Pelican Players to present “cartoonish whodunit” July 25-27 By LOIS KINDLE Kings Point’s Pelican Players is currently rehearsing scenes for “The Trouble with Harry,” a 1950s Alfred Hitchcock film adapted…

Riverview student adventures abroad

Riverview student adventures abroad

Riverview student experiences new adventures on foray to Central America By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON A Riverview high school student extended her world beyond Big Bend Road and the Alafia River…

Back to School – Back to Nature

Back to School – Back to Nature

Camp Bayou to host Back to School – Back to Nature Aug. 3 By LOIS KINDLE Before the kids head back to school Aug. 12, why not celebrate the last…

Inspiring dementia patients

Inspiring dementia patients

Classes help dementia patients keep knowledge as long as possible By YVETTE C. HAMMETT Inspired Living at Sun City Center has added a new program for its senior residents to…

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