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World War II exhibit at Ruskin Library

World War II exhibit at Ruskin Library

World War II on the Home Front exhibit at the Ruskin library By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The Ruskin Branch Library has a new display for browsing by anyone who is…

Hundreds attend Gift & Wine Fair

Hundreds attend Gift & Wine Fair

Hundreds attend C.A.R.E.’s first Gift & Wine Fair The Critter Adoption and Rescue Effort no-kill shelter in Ruskin gave area shoppers a surprise dose of holiday spirit Nov. 16 as…

Trash art for yards judged at county, state fairs

Trash art for yards judged at county, state fairs

Trash art for yards judged at county, state fairs By LINDA CHION KENNEY For more than a decade, fledgling and experienced artists of all ages have been turning recyclable materials…

Best cleanup yet at Ruskin cemetery

Best cleanup yet at Ruskin cemetery

Organizers say turnout for Ruskin Memorial Park cleanup ‘best yet’ By LOIS KINDLE Forty-five area residents spent the morning of Nov. 16 respecting those who have passed by cleaning their…

Combating childhood hunger in Gibsonton

Combating childhood hunger in Gibsonton

Kiwanis, Feeding Tampa Bay combat hunger with school pantry effort By LINDA CHION KENNEY Educator Catherine Gilmore said she sees firsthand the benefits of businesses and community organizations joining forces…

From pageants to pigs

From pageants to pigs

From cheerleading to pageants to pigs, this girl does it all By LOIS KINDLE Twelve-year-old Brielee Bredenbaugh, of Riverview, recently won 1st place in showmanship for the way she handled…

Responsible growth…?

Responsible growth…?

Concerns deepen over south county development moratoriums By LINDA CHION KENNEY South county residents for and against development moratoriums in Wimauma and the Balm and Sun City Center planning areas…

Toys For Tots locations

Toys For Tots locations

All kids deserve a merry Christmas; you can help with one new, unwrapped gift By LOIS KINDLE Christmas morning is magical for most children, but there are some in our…

Farm-City Week educates public

Farm-City Week educates public

Farm-City Week brings urban dwellers back to the land with educational events By CARL MARIO NUDI More and more family farms were lost over the last two centuries with the…

Hi Neighbor!

Hi Neighbor!

SCC Community Association attracts 800-plus to Hi Neighbor! By PHYLLIS HODGES With home sales in Sun City Center averaging around 40 a month, the past year brought a host of…

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