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SUN CITY CENTER: NextStage Moving

SUN CITY CENTER: NextStage Moving

Woman rolls business and ministry into service for seniors in Sun City Center By LOIS KINDLE Christina Cieslik’s mission is helping seniors in transition. Her business, NextStage Moving Services, offers expert…

60th Anniversary

Celebrating 60 years together Bill and Darlene Millican were married on August 16, 1958, in Odessa, Texas. Bill pastored churches in Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois and Florida for over 60 years.…

August 9, 2018

August 9, 2018

Helen Scott Clatterbuck Helen Scott Clatterbuck, of Sun City Center, Fla. passed away on August 5, 2018. She was 94. Helen was born on September 24, 1923, in Washington, D.C.…

Captain Joel’s Fishin’ Holes Aug. 9, 2018

Captain Joel’s Fishin’ Holes Aug. 9, 2018

Bad-luck bananas By JOEL BRANDENBURG Since the 1700s bananas have been considered bad luck on boats. Fishermen and sailors are some of the most superstitious people in the world. Their…

RUSKIN: Bayou back to school event

RUSKIN: Bayou back to school event

Families spend quality time together at Back to School — Back to Nature A steady stream of parents brought their children to Camp Bayou Outdoor Learning Center last Saturday for its…

SOUTH SHORE: Updates on mosquito spraying

SOUTH SHORE: Updates on mosquito spraying

County updating mosquito spraying locations daily By YVETTE C. HAMMETT The phones ring off the hook this time of year at the Hillsborough County Mosquito Management office, which received almost…

Chamber News & Views Aug. 9, 2018

Chamber News & Views Aug. 9, 2018

I’ll file that. Someday. By LYNNE CONLAN Executive Director, Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce Do you hate to file? I see hands going up all over town. At…

RUSKIN: American Idol hopeful is home-grown

RUSKIN: American Idol hopeful is home-grown

American Idol hopeful As country as a Ruskin tomato By Stephen Flanagan Jackson Charlie Zipperer, 21, of Ruskin had been singing since he was 5 years old when he won first…

RIVERVIEW: An act of kindness

RIVERVIEW: An act of kindness

Stranger’s act of kindness saves woman’s life By LOIS KINDLE Veterinarian Lorraine Ellwood had her career seriously sidelined by a diagnosis of an aggressive form of T-cell lymphoma in 2013.…

PARRISH: Firehouse Subs donates $30,000

PARRISH: Firehouse Subs donates $30,000

Parrish Fire District purchases 11 Jaws of Life tools Thanks to a $30,000 grant from Firehouse Subs  Parrish Fire District Commission Chair Sawyer Ramsey, left, presents a plaque to John CZ,…