Archives

Home » 2020 » October (Page 4)

Tee up for ‘spooktacular’ chamber golf tourney

Tee up for ‘spooktacular’ chamber golf tourney

Tee up for ‘spooktacular’ chamber golf tourney Halloween day By LOIS KINDLE The SouthShore Chamber of Commerce is planning some Halloween fun with its upcoming Trick or Tee Time Golf…

Medicare’s Annual Enrollment period is Oct. 15 to Dec. 7

Medicare’s Annual Enrollment period  is Oct. 15 to Dec. 7

Medicare’s Annual Enrollment period is Oct. 15 to Dec. 7 By LOIS KINDLE Navigating Medicare’s Annual Enrollment period this year is going to be different, and it’s important for everyone…

Shutdown leads to Tampa Bay Bin Cleaners for south county entrepreneur

Shutdown leads to Tampa Bay Bin Cleaners for south county entrepreneur

Shutdown leads to Tampa Bay Bin Cleaners for south county entrepreneur By LINDA CHION KENNEY In a world that calls for reimagining the possibilities after this pandemic’s blow to professional…

Community-wide Ghoulish Golf Cart Parade

Community-wide Ghoulish Golf Cart Parade

Sun Towers to host a community-wide Ghoulish Golf Cart Parade By LOIS KINDLE Sun Towers Retirement Community is hosting something fun for greater Sun City Center seniors to do the…

Obituaries for the week of Oct. 8, 2020

Obituaries for the week of Oct. 8, 2020

Elizabeth A. Burns Elizabeth Ann (Betty) Burns, 91, passed away Sept. 18, 2020, just two weeks shy of her 92nd birthday, in her home of 34 years in Sun City…

Letter to the Editor – Oct. 1, 2020

Letter to the Editor – Oct. 1, 2020

Where has decency gone? An open letter to residents and visitors (specifically in Riverview) Dear Editor: On 9/11 every year since 2001, the year of the attack by terrorists on…

2020 General Election is around the corner

2020 General Election is around the corner

2020 General Election is right around the corner; consider your options now By LOIS KINDLE The 2020 General Election is less than five weeks away, so if you plan to…

Apollo Beach Nature Preserve reopens with 37-foot observation tower

Apollo Beach Nature Preserve reopens with 37-foot observation tower

Apollo Beach Nature Preserve reopens with 37-foot observation tower By LINDA CHION KENNEY The Apollo Beach Nature Preserve has another selling point with its grand reopening, a wheelchair-accessible 37-foot observation…

Unbeaten Lennard, Sumner visit Sarasota, Durant

Unbeaten Lennard, Sumner visit Sarasota, Durant

Unbeaten Lennard, Sumner visit Sarasota, Durant East Bay and Spoto lose; Riverview idle in South Shore football last week By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The two newest high schools in South…

School budget woes promise ‘tough decisions’ ahead

School budget woes promise ‘tough decisions’ ahead

School budget woes promise ‘tough decisions’ ahead By LINDA CHION KENNEY The reality of the Hillsborough school district’s general fund budget deficit took center stage this month with the revelation…

Page 4 of 512345