South Shore News
SOUTH SHORE – Prior to the thrilling moment when a new car owner sits behind the wheel for the first time, there are anxious hours of car lot hopping, grueling negotiations and reams of paperwork.
Two men face attempted murder charges after investigators said they drove by and fired several gunshots at a bicyclist Wednesday in the Palm River-Clair Mel area.
The East Bay High School Theater Department will present “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” today, Thursday and Friday at 7 p.m. at the Kathryn Hill Auditorium, 7710 Big Bend Road, Gibsonton.
SOUTH SHORE – Residents are invited to take a trip down memory lane Wednesday, Nov. 12, when the Friends of the Ruskin Branch Library celebrate the library’s 50th anniversary with exhibits, speakers and a giant birthday cake.
RIVERVIEW – There were no first-day jitters for Casey Vaughan as she walked through the doors of Riverview High School to assume responsibility for the school’s award-winning theater program at the start of the school year.
RUSKIN – Thousands of people are expected to line U.S. 41 Saturday to clap, cheer and wave flags during the annual Ruskin VFW Veterans Day Parade to honor present and former members of the nation’s armed forces.
RIVERVIEW – Parents recently brought their costume-clad trick-or-treaters out for an afternoon of fun and candy on for the 26th Annual Trick or Treat Street event at Riverview High School. Organized by the Greater Riverview Chamber of Commerce...
On a rare Thanksgiving when we had no guests and I cooked dinner just for two, a friend asked me incredulously, “Why are you bothering?”
TAMPA — The Tampa Bay area is getting a bit of a reputation for being a step behind the rest of the state when it comes to high school sports.
APOLLO BEACH – One of South Shore’s most treasured destinations for tourists and residents alike is quietly preparing for its 2014-2015 season. Over the summer, Tampa Electric Co.’s Manatee Viewing Center has been making some cha...