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You can call my husband and me many things at this stage of our lives. We both were sexagenarians a decade ago and are septuagenarians now. We look forward to being octogenarians, nonagenarians and even centenarians.
Half a century ago when I first visited Florida with my parents, my mother was quite taken by a shrimp plant she spotted in a restaurant. Papa was more taken that she had given it a name. How did she know it was a shrimp plant? he asked.
Our bay waters are in the 90-degree range. That’s hot, and the fishing can be also.
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.
RUSKIN – Not everyone needs a license to get behind the wheel in Florida.
With a dinner party for visiting family on the horizon, I was a happy camper. Especially when the company constituted a niece staying with us for the very first time.
BRANDON – Twenty years ago, Wes Eubank, of Temple Terrace, the founder of a mountain bike club in the Tampa area, weighed 205 pounds.
A lit candle may have ignited an overnight fire that destroyed a Seffner mobile home.
BRANDON — Artists 18 and older are being called to compete for prizes in the Tampa Hispanic Heritage’s 28th Anniversary Visual Art Poster Contest Celebration.
A man was fatally shot as he answered the door of a Gibsonton residence late Wednesday, Hillsborough County sheriff’s deputies said.
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