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South Shore News

What to do with all those leaves?

What to do with all those leaves?

There was a time when I had hardly any leaves. Now I have many but never enough.
Published: 02/24/15
Valentine’s Day competition proves sweetheart deal for Riverview color guard

Valentine’s Day competition proves sweetheart deal for Riverview color guard

The Blue Radiance is on a roll.
Published: 02/24/15

South Shore Community News

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Published: 02/24/15
Hack your muffin tin: meatloaf, taco pies, more

Hack your muffin tin: meatloaf, taco pies, more

I started to write this column about the many and varied cooking hacks I’ve seen lately.
Published: 02/24/15
Wawa ventures into South Shore

Wawa ventures into South Shore

RIVERVIEW – A new Wawa gas and convenience store is currently under construction at U.S. 301 and Summerfield Crossings in the parking lot directly in front of Marshall’s and Beall’s. The store is projected to open as early as Jun...
Published: 02/24/15
Boater cited for reckless operation after Ruskin restaurant crash

Boater cited for reckless operation after Ruskin restaurant crash

TAMPA — A 39-foot boat crashed into a Ruskin restaurant Monday afternoon, injuring two people on the boat.
Published: 02/23/15
Updated: 02/25/15
Good Samaritan Mission broadens scope to better serve community

Good Samaritan Mission broadens scope to better serve community

WIMAUMA – Changing community needs combined with an unpredictable economy has prompted a Wimauma nonprofit organization to take a new direction.
Published: 02/19/15
Homes and more on display in Historic Hyde Park

Homes and more on display in Historic Hyde Park

TAMPA — Mark Mathiason will live in his newly finished home only a few weeks before having about 1,000 visitors. That’s because he volunteered his Craftsman-style home to be among the eight Hyde Park residences open Feb. 28 for the annu...
Published: 02/18/15
Updated: 02/20/15

Pennies go for more than thoughts

BRANDON — Students at Immanuel Lutheran School, 2913 John Moore Road, are giving people an opportunity to emancipate their pennies, while getting an education about how to run a business.
Published: 02/18/15
Chamber honors Earl Lennard as Key Citizen

Chamber honors Earl Lennard as Key Citizen

RIVERVIEW — For Earl Lennard, it was one more award to add to his already impressive collection of community accolades for services rendered as a public servant, civic leader and advocate.
Published: 02/18/15