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Tax-free week begins May 29

Tax-free week begins May 29

Tax-free week saves money on hurricane supplies Floridians told to prepare for at least seven days without usual amenities From Friday, May 29, to Thursday, June 4, you can buy…

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

OPEN FOR BUSINESS

SUPPORT OUR SOUTHSHORE RESTAURANTS These fine eateries are now open and welcoming your business. Click on the ad to visit their website or Facebook page.  …

BUSINESS NEWS

BUSINESS NEWS

Amazon donates $100K to Feeding Florida Amazon announced recently that it is donating $100,000 to Feeding Florida, the partner state association of Feeding America, the nation’s leading hunger-relief organization. The…

M&M Printing Company helps group produce face shields

M&M Printing Company helps group produce face shields

M&M Printing Company helps group produce face shields By PHYLLIS HODGES Several weeks ago, The Observer News published a story about the Handling the Future group in Valencia Lakes making…

Sign up your kids now for summer fun at summer camp

Sign up your kids now for summer fun at summer camp

Sign up your kids now for summer fun at summer camp By LOIS KINDLE The Firehouse Cultural Center is set to kick off Summer Camp 2020 on June 1, with…

Keller Williams Realty hosts supply drive for C.A.R.E.

Keller Williams Realty hosts supply drive for C.A.R.E.

Keller Williams Realty South Shore hosts supply drive for C.A.R.E. By LOIS KINDLE The Critter Adoption and Rescue Effort no-kill animal shelter in Ruskin may be closed to the public…

Ruskin restauranteur opens new eatery in Gibsonton

Ruskin restauranteur opens new eatery in Gibsonton

Ruskin restauranteur opens new eatery in Gibsonton By LOIS KINDLE Lots of folks in South Shore have been enjoying Khalid Abouelhouda’s Mediterranean food for the past seven years. The Ruskin-based…

Ruskin man survives COVID-19

Ruskin man survives COVID-19

Ruskin man survives COVID-19, credits South Bay Hospital caregivers with saving his life By LOIS KINDLE A 47-year-old South Shore resident is grateful to be alive after spending 18 days…

Scam artists still active

Scam artists still active

Scam artists still active in Sun City Center area By LOIS KINDLE The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office wants residents to know the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t necessarily keeping criminals at bay.…

SCC Rotary helps local charities

SCC Rotary helps local charities

SCC Rotary Club Foundation donates $3,600 to local charities By LOIS KINDLE Six South Shore food banks received a nice shot in the arm recently, when the Sun City Center…