SUN CITY CENTER – Cotter Financial is giving residents an opportunity to clean out their old documents and financial files and safely destroy them from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Owner Gary Cotter is bringing back Legal Shred, a member of the...
As residents of a senior retirement community, folks in Sun City Center, Freedom Plaza occupants included, can remember when Nov. 11 was called Armistice Day and celebrated the end of the fighting in World War I. Bright red paper poppies were sold on...
Fall is my favorite season of the year for a number of reasons, the first of which is obvious. The humidity dies down, and we aren’t dripping in perspiration all day. The air conditioner goes off and the windows come open, meaning TECO gets le...
SUN CITY CENTER – The curtain will rise at 7 p.m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday at the Kings Point Borini Theatre, 1900 Clubhouse Drive, for the Pelican Players’ production of “The Cemetery Club.” A matinee of the show tak...
It’s big, it’s bulky and it’s full of memories. I was going to give it to Goodwill, but I can’t. It speaks too many languages – the language of love, of expectations, of anticipation, of pride, of hope, of dreams. I...
Gail Hubbell of Hubbell Nursery, 2610 E. College Ave., Ruskin, called me about my last article on citrus spray and said if a spray doesn’t have a pesticide in it, then it won’t do the job. So to be safe I’m now also using what sh...
SOUTH SHORE – Gannon University, a nationally recognized Catholic university in Erie, Penn., has selected Ruskin as the site of its new center for graduate health care studies. The facility is slated to open next summer.
Last week I wrote about how several years ago we decided to take it easy and stay put for Thanksgiving. The prospect of turkey dinner for two didn’t quite have the feel of “holiday” to me.
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.
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.