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Students paired with mentors

Students paired with mentors

Students paired with mentors — a win win By PHYLLIS HODGES January was National Mentoring Month, an annual campaign to draw attention to the need for more volunteer mentors to…

Obituaries for the week of Feb. 13, 2020

Obituaries for the week of Feb. 13, 2020

Geraldine A. Denson Geraldine “Gerri” Annie Denson, age 74, of Macclenny, FL, went to her Heavenly Home on February 4, 2020, at Macclenny Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She was born…

A Leap of Kindness

A Leap of Kindness

CHAMBER NEWS & VIEWS A Leap of Kindness Since 2020 is a leap year, this year we’ll be getting an extra day in February. So, what are you going to…

EBHS play highlights Autism

EBHS play highlights Autism

Autism’s impact on family front and center in upcoming East Bay High School play By LOIS KINDLE The East Bay High School Theatre Department will present Falling, a drama about…

LongHorn Steakhouse is OPEN in Riverview

LongHorn Steakhouse is OPEN in Riverview

LongHorn Steakhouse opens Gives $5,100 check to Forgotten Angels By LINDA CHION KENNEY A blessing and enthusiastic crowds marked the grand opening of LongHorn Steakhouse in Riverview, where community giveback…

Simply The Best!

Simply The Best!

South Shore’s best recognized at chamber dinner The Southshore Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual dinner/banquet Jan. 31 at Del Webb Southshore Falls, Apollo Beach. This year, instead of its…

Hot Dog University is the doggone best

Hot Dog University is the doggone best

Hot Dog University is the best By CARL MARIO NUDI If you ever dreamed of owning a hot dog stand and wanted to learn everything there is to know about…

2,773 visitors served

2,773 visitors served

CA Information Center served 2,773 in 2019 By PHYLLIS HODGES With houses selling briskly in Sun City Center, it is a real possibility that many of those buyers learned about…

Addison Davis new school superintendent

Addison Davis new school superintendent

Addison Davis set to lead Hillsborough County schools By LINDA CHION KENNEY The newly approved chief of Hillsborough County schools said he will “be in the classrooms every single day…

100 years old and counting

100 years old and counting

Pacifica celebrates its only centenarian By LOIS KINDLE Feb. 2 was a big day for Pacifica Sun City Center resident Mary Ellen Dalrymple. She became the assisted living community’s only…

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