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Company’s mission is peace of mind

Company’s mission is peace of mind

New company’s mission is peace of mind By LOIS KINDLE Some of the most important decisions in a person’s life come at its ending, and family members are often left…

New sanctuary in Riverview

New sanctuary in Riverview

Disciples of Christ Christian Fellowship New sanctuary goes up with great plans for ministry expansion By YVETTE C. HAMMETT Disciples of Christ Christian Fellowship, a church that started out in…

Don’t be left out!

Don’t be left out!

Each November The Observer News publishes the Welcome Back supplement. Along with amazing advertising, readers will find a handy list of helpful government listings, frequently called numbers, schools, hospitals, food…

South Shore Super Bowl and more

South Shore Super Bowl and more

The South Shore Super Bowl Brawny, veteran Lennard team hosts inexperienced East Bay; Joceyln Diaz kicking PATs for the ‘Horns By STEVE JACKSON Don’t worry about the weather this Friday…

Dancing is for anyone who’s young at heart

Dancing is for anyone who’s young at heart

Dancing is for anyone who’s young at heart By LOIS KINDLE Eight-year-old Emma Hartzog loves to dance and dreams of dancing with a partner. She already has tap, jazz and…

Teens seek to transform

Teens seek to transform

Troubled male teens seek to transform troubled past Dedicated AMI staff provides positive path for brighter future By STEPHEN FLANAGAN JACKSON WIMAUMA — A troubled past does not always mean…

Bob Mohr is new chairman of CFTB

Bob Mohr is new chairman of CFTB

One of South Shore’s own now heads Tampa Bay’s leading charitable foundation board By LOIS KINDLE Sun City Center attorney Robert H. “Bob” Mohr is the new chairman of the…

Get help through the Master Gardener program

Get help through the Master Gardener program

Master Gardener program can help keep your thumb green By CARL MARIO NUDI No matter how much of a green thumb someone may have, sometimes that individual may have a…

County commissioners need your feedback

County commissioners need your feedback

County commissioners need your feedback on large, new developments proposed for South Shore By LOIS KINDLE Battle lines are being drawn between developers and concerned citizens regarding newly proposed developments…

Woodstock anniversary celebrated on air

Woodstock anniversary celebrated on air

WPHX 101.9 FM will broadcast Woodstock 50th anniversary special By PHYLLIS HODGES It was 50 years ago this week (August 15-17, 1969) that about one million people trekked to Bethel,…