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Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014

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Tribune Staff

Apollo Beach-based Buddyball helps special needs kids play sports

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APOLLO BEACH – Sometimes all folks need is a helping hand – especially when they’re special needs kids. And that can be especially true when it comes to playing sports.

Random acts of kindness coming to South Shore

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RUSKIN – Ruskin United Methodist Church members will do some door knocking the week of July 27 to share the good news about Jesus Christ and perform random acts of kindness throughout the community.

Sun City Center couple celebrates 62 years together

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FREEDOM PLAZA – Roger and Ginny Zwieg met in a Milwaukee high school more than six decades ago. Their first date was to see a July 4 fireworks display the summer after he graduated in 1948.

Hundreds to shop at Christmas in July event

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SUN CITY CENTER – Area residents can get their first taste of Christmas shopping Saturday at the Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce.

South Bay Hospital announces major expansion project

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SUN CITY CENTER – South Bay Hospital isn’t your grandmother’s hospital anymore.

Trio to ‘run’ for Sun City Center’s first honorary mayor

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SUN CITY CENTER – It’s official. Three of the community’s finest have thrown their hats in the ring to become the first honorary mayor of Sun City Center – Suzie Vong, Bob Powers and Rosie Kor...

It keeps coming up green for Brandies

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It would safe to say that – excluding weeds – Monica Brandies has never met a plant she didn’t like. And odds are there aren’t many species of flora she hasn’t seen in her seven decades...

LifePath Hospice honors veterans

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SUN CITY CENTER – LifePath Hospice is widely known for its compassionate care of patients during their final stages of life. But not many know about a special program called “We Honor Veterans” that the...

Try walking in his shoes

- Jeffrey Corniello has a foot fetish of sorts. The fourth generation Italian cobbler’s passion is helping others walk correctly and comfortably, even when their health issues might dictate otherwise.

Gallery owner brings art, culture to South Shore

- In early March, Jill Scott decided to come home. So she and her husband, Dave, a retired Air Force major general, packed up and moved the Hoffman Porges Gallery in Ybor City to South Shore.

Hidden Native American retreat welcomes visitors

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WIMAUMA – Need a place to get away from it all, to commune with nature or your higher power? How about somewhere to take the family to spend some quality time together?