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Students honor favorite teachers in writing contest

Students honor favorite teachers in writing contest

BRANDON — Every year, Barnes & Noble hosts a contest recognizing teachers who make a difference.
Updated one month ago
Jumping for joy at 70

Jumping for joy at 70

SUN CITY CENTER – Here’s a thought. Why not jump out of a perfectly good plane on your 70th birthday? That’s exactly what local resident Madlyn Blom did on Good Friday.
Updated one month ago

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Support this local horse rescue
Updated one month ago
Four to vie for Riverview honorary mayor

Four to vie for Riverview honorary mayor

RIVERVIEW – Four candidates have tossed their hats in the ring and are now planning to “buy” votes in hopes of becoming Riverview’s next honorary mayor.
Updated one month ago
Here’s a new twist on a classic treat

Here’s a new twist on a classic treat

I’m all about dessert. I can’t finish a meal without thinking about or eating one. So after a day out in the sun pulling weeds and muscles, we sat down to a lazy, but healthy dinner – salad and a turkey burger. Then came the big ...
Updated one month ago
Current honorary mayor wants kids to swim

Current honorary mayor wants kids to swim

RIVERVIEW – As a financial adviser, Christian Beiter knows all too well the need to save a dollar.
Updated one month ago
Lennard High drama students to portray Jets and Sharks

Lennard High drama students to portray Jets and Sharks

Special Correspondent
Updated one month ago
Community Foundation gives Family Y a forever gift

Community Foundation gives Family Y a forever gift

SOUTH SHORE — Thanks to a matching grant endowment from the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, the Family Y at Big Bend Road has received a gift that will pay out forever.
Updated one month ago
Gyrocopter pilot frustrated message isn’t getting through

Gyrocopter pilot frustrated message isn’t getting through

The Ruskin letter carrier who caused a full-scale security review in Washington when he violated national airspace by landing his gyrocopter on Capitol Hill expressed frustration Sunday that his message wasn’t getting through.
Updated one month ago
Gyrocopter pilot is heading home to Ruskin

Gyrocopter pilot is heading home to Ruskin

A mail carrier who was arrested after landing his gyrocopter on the U.S. Capitol lawn is driving back to his Ruskin home to await his next hearing.
Updated one month ago