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Record donations for Caring Castle food drive

Record donations for Caring Castle food drive

By KEVIN BRADY South County opened its wallets and pantries in record number last month for the Have A Heart Caring Castle community food drive. This year’s food drive brought…

Immanuel Lutheran students pound some cents into a D.C. trip

Immanuel Lutheran students pound some cents into a D.C. trip

By KEVIN BRADY Surely the most unloved coin, most of us don’t know what to do with our pennies; those little copper-colored tokens nesting in the corners of wallets or…

Home Port Gallery comes home to Apollo Beach

Home Port Gallery comes home to Apollo Beach

By LISA STARK Home Port Gallery has come back home.  And that’s good news to Apollo Beach residents whose walls are thirsting for something new and different. Located in the…

Local couple advocates for animal rescue

By LISA STARK Animals are their passion, say Dennis and Juanilla Lubrano of Apollo Beach. As the couple recounts their 15-year history as animal rescue activists in Hawaii, Utah and…

Courage in the face of “The Big C”

Courage in the face of “The Big C”

By LISA STARK Cancer. “The Big C.” It’s a word that strikes terror in the hearts of many and stoic resolve in others. It’s not uncommon for people to shut…

Follies celebrate the real SCC, one you may not expect

Follies celebrate the real SCC, one you may not expect

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN Ann Lee McKenzie is a dancer. She once danced with the lights — and Ray Bolger — on Broadway. Al Spatola spent his life as a professional…

SunTowers’ Caneen invited to White House Conference on Aging

SunTowers’ Caneen invited to White House Conference on Aging

By MITCH TRAPHAGEN The White House Conference on Aging is a gathering of experts and professionals to help shape the course and improve the lives of the nation’s seniors —…

Treasure in your attic? Sports appraiser will let you know

Treasure in your attic?  Sports appraiser will let you know

By KEVIN BRADY Is there treasure in your attic? Michael Osacky has the answer. The sports card and memorabilia appraiser will host a free show at the Ruskin Library from…

Student pens winning Black History Month essay

Student pens winning Black History Month essay

By KEVIN BRADY A Riverview High School student was honored last week for his essay inspired by a coach who made a difference in his life. Juwuan Livingston, 18, a…

Hunger Gap Map pinpoints SCC seniors

Hunger Gap Map pinpoints SCC seniors

By KEVIN BRADY Hunger is a problem for some Sun City Center seniors, according to the Hunger Gap Map, a new report from the Tampa Bay Network to End Hunger.…

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