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Published: 07/16/14
East Bay High seeks nominations for inaugural ‘Wall of Legends’

East Bay High seeks nominations for inaugural ‘Wall of Legends’

GIBSONTON – Over the 57 years since East Bay High School was founded, thousands of students have passed through its halls. And according to Principal Maria Gsell, more than a few have gone on to become pioneers in their fields and outstanding ...
Published: 07/16/14
South Shore waters are hot for summer fishing

South Shore waters are hot for summer fishing

July is here and this summer already has been extremely hot. We’ve had little rain and long hot days and, as a result, surface water temperatures have reached up to 94 degrees.
Published: 07/16/14

Making time become my friend

Time is such a dependable commodity. There are exactly the same number of seconds, minutes and hours in each day, week, month, year and century. So tell me then why it feels as if this time in my life is flying by so quickly, why I can’t keep ...
Published: 07/16/14
Sun City Center couple celebrates 62 years together

Sun City Center couple celebrates 62 years together

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.
Published: 07/16/14
Hundreds to shop at Christmas in July event

Hundreds to shop at Christmas in July event

SUN CITY CENTER – Area residents can get their first taste of Christmas shopping Saturday at the Sun City Center Area Chamber of Commerce.
Published: 07/16/14

Some boomers retiring earlier than expected – due to stock run up

Baby boomers who thought they’d never retire during the Great Recession are retiring to Hillsborough County in droves thanks to booming housing and stock markets.
Published: 07/16/14

Worker dies after fall at TECO plant on Port Sutton Road

A 31-year-old Polk County man died after falling about 40 feet from a catwalk while working at a Tampa Electric plant on Port Sutton Road on Monday afternoon.
Published: 07/14/14
FDLE: President of Tampa firm faces forgery charge

FDLE: President of Tampa firm faces forgery charge

The president of Tampa-based janitorial company faces a forgery charge after using a fake letter of credit to secure a $1 million contract with a state agency, investigators said.
Published: 07/11/14
Port OKs plan to restore Apollo Beach Nature Park

Port OKs plan to restore Apollo Beach Nature Park

APOLLO BEACH – Residents of Apollo Beach moved another step forward in their efforts to reclaim the community’s only public beach.
Published: 07/11/14