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TECO Manatee Viewing Center to open for season Nov. 1

TECO Manatee Viewing Center to open for season Nov. 1

To paraphrase actor John Candy’s immortal words from the 1983 movie National Lampoon’s Vacation, “Park’s closed! Manatee outside should’ve told you!” But not for long. On Saturday, Nov. 1, the…

High-school Football: East Bay, Lennard still eye playoffs; Riverview runs into Bloomingdale buzzsaw

High-school Football: East Bay, Lennard still eye playoffs;  Riverview runs into Bloomingdale buzzsaw

By KEVIN BRADY East Bay took a well-deserved 21-7 win against Strawberry Crest, a victory for a team whose record belies a strong squad whose 4-4 record doesn’t show they…

Success of Riverview disability conference promises to become annual affair

Success of Riverview disability conference promises to become annual affair

By KEVIN BRADY A free conference on disabilities that promised everything “from Soup to Nuts” was such a hit that it will become a yearly event. The conference, hosted by…

Theater debate in SCC: Where do you stand?

Theater debate in SCC: Where do you stand?

Invasive lionfish speared in Apollo Beach

Invasive lionfish speared in Apollo Beach

The lionfish, a native species of the Pacific and Indian oceans, has been inching its way toward Tampa Bay for the past three decades. This unwelcome visitor has been spotted…

High-School Football: Lennard, Riverview win; Bloomingdale downs East Bay

High-School Football: Lennard, Riverview win; Bloomingdale downs East Bay

By KEVIN BRADY The Lennard Longhorns’ remarkable season continues, with the team now 6-1 after beating perhaps their toughest opponent of the season, Jefferson, 39-34. “It was big but there…

Hydro Harvest Pumpkin Patch opens for the season

Hydro Harvest Pumpkin Patch opens for the season

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The eighth annual Hydro Harvest Pumpkin Patch has opened for the season. There is no charge to visit and browse through the patch, or to take photos…

Seafood festivities kick off early this year with community party, 5K run

Seafood festivities kick off early this year with community party, 5K run

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The Ruskin Seafood Festival in E. G. Simmons Park has experienced incredible growth over the years; it is the largest event in South Hillsborough and one of…

East Bay High student on her way to West Point

East Bay High student on her way to West Point

By KEVIN BRADY Tiana Johnson. Remember that name. You may one day be able to say you remember her when … The East Bay High School student is on her…

It was a rock ’n roll spooktacular night at the Library

It was a rock ’n roll spooktacular night at the Library

On Saturday, October 11, the SouthShore Regional Library flung open some of the hidden, creepy doors for its fourth annual teen Halloween party. “It’s called the Monster Bash, it’s our…

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