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SCC Emergency Squad urges residents to pay it forward

SCC Emergency Squad urges residents to pay it forward

SCC Emergency Squad urges residents to pay it forward By LOIS KINDLE Typically when we think of paying it forward, it involves someone’s buying something for the person coming after…

Paleo Preserve offers unique look at Florida from many years ago

Paleo Preserve offers unique look at Florida from many years ago

Paleo Preserve offers unique look at Florida from many years ago Ruskin fossil museum ready for post-covid By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON The Smithsonian it’s not! The Natural Museum of New…

Proactive retirement leads Rotarian couple to ‘service above self’

Proactive retirement leads Rotarian couple to ‘service above self’

Proactive retirement leads Rotarian couple to ‘service above self’ By LINDA CHION KENNEY Getting set to take the next steps in their Rotarian leadership roles, Debbie and Mike Meegan are…

Matt Permuth, a heart driven to go above and beyond

Matt Permuth, a heart driven to go above and beyond

Matt Permuth, a heart driven to go above and beyond By LOIS KINDLE Matt Permuth has a special affinity for working with seniors and finding ways to enrich their lives.…

Tampa VA, Florida Department of Health agreement widens scope of vaccinations

Tampa VA, Florida Department of Health agreement widens scope of vaccinations

Tampa VA, Florida Department of Health agreement widens scope of vaccinations By PHYLLIS HODGES Good news for veterans and their families. The Tampa VA is expanding the scope of its…

Grand new Riverview library opens its doors

Grand new Riverview library opens its doors

Grand new Riverview library opens its doors By LINDA CHION KENNEY With the go-ahead to open roughly seven months after its planned debut, the replacement Riverview Public Library opened its…

Riverview on hot streak; Longhorns flounder

Riverview on hot streak; Longhorns flounder

Riverview on hot streak; Longhorns flounder Sharks’ Lalond strokes 3 HRs in Blake rout By STEVE JACKSON South Shore baseball highlights were dominated last week by the Riverview Sharks, who…

Tiny objects

Tiny objects

Tiny objects central to Elysa Hendricks’ creative endeavors By LOIS KINDLE Sun City Center resident Elysa Hendricks enjoys working with tiny objects. Her home is filled with miniature representations of…

Happy retirement, Dr. Hal

Happy retirement, Dr. Hal

Happy retirement, Dr. Hal By LOIS KINDLE Ruskin’s beloved veterinarian, Hal Ott, is permanently hanging up his lab coat and stethoscope today, April 1, as he officially retires from the…

Traditional high school graduations return

Traditional high school graduations return

Traditional high school graduations return with new rules, restrictions By LINDA CHION KENNEY More than 14,000 high school seniors are set to graduate in person this year, with ceremonies scheduled…

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