South Shore News
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RIVERVIEW – Two years ago, Riverview resident Renee Watley said she'd never seen a tomato growing on the vine and she didn't have a clue about how to cook kale, arugula or chard. But a trip to her local grocery store changed all that. ...
Peeling hard-cooked eggs is one of those tasks that should be easy, but I always seem to end up frustrated. One minute I'm on a roll, peeling off the shell in one piece, and then the next minute the shell cracks into tiny fragments with pieces sticki...
Beatriz Till of Riverview called to tell me how she took an old makeup brush and used it to pollinate black pepper. I asked if she had a garden I could write about and learned it wasn’t too large, only a quarter of an acre. You can see the who...
RIVERVIEW – Amanda Gary doesn’t think she does anything special. But those who know her disagree.
APOLLO BEACH – Thousands of folks who like barbecue, brews and live music will flock to the upcoming Pigs in the Parking Lot BBQ, Beer and Blues Festival on May 16. And the SouthShore Chamber of Commerce is inviting area businesses to take par...
RUSKIN – With the help of Verizon Wireless a local shelter will help abused and homeless women find meaningful careers.
Some of us remember when the best freshwater fishing around was on Lake Parrish. But the events of September 2001 changed that when Florida Power & Light closed the lake for security reasons.
Authorities are searching for the driver of a car who fatally struck a pedestrian who was lying on U.S. 301 early today in Wimauma.
The Environmental Lands Acquisition and Protection Program buys the 3-acre island Big Cockroach Mound, which has an ancient Indian mound and plants found nowhere else in the county.
APOLLO BEACH – This Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the skies above Apollo Beach Nature Park will be filled with flying objects of all shapes and sizes. It's time for the Apollo Beach Beautification Committee's seventh annual Kite Fest and more...
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