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Bubble fest in Ruskin provides fun lessons
Children squealed and giggled with delight when a woman dressed up like a mad scientist pulled out a steaming chunk of dry ice.
Published on 06/15/13
LifeCare to host fundraiser walkathons for second year
A walkathon for LifeCare of Brandon to expand medical services to expectant mothers hopes for greater success its second time around in the South Shore area.
Published on 05/10/13
Ruskin family loses everything to trailer fire
Published on 05/02/13
Updated on 05/03/13
Purks: Nothing girly about East Bay coach’s love of flag football
Michael Cooper's fists are the size of ham hocks. His chest is a barrel. His legs are tree trunks.
Published on 04/25/13
Abandoned orange grove now flourishing wetland in Ruskin
Traffic at the Bahia Beach restoration site near the shoreline of Tampa Bay is picking up.
Published on 04/25/13
East Bay holds fundraiser for Queena
East Bay High School's Student Government Association is preparing the course once again for 5K4Q, a running fundraiser to help defray medical treatment for a former student brutally attacked outside the Bloomingdale Region...
Published on 04/24/13
Updated on 04/25/13
South Shore kids invited to ‘Dig into Reading’ this summer
The SouthShore Regional Library is planning some special fun for kids this summer to engage their brains after school lets out.
Published on 04/16/13
Hydro Harvest Farms means business to community
If John and Terrie Lawson have learned one thing since they opened Hydro Harvest Farms, it’s that community service and doing business go hand in hand.
Published on 04/08/13
Updated on 04/09/13
Officials: Uncapped septic system likely caused Ruskin sinkhole
It appears a reported sinkhole that prompted a Ruskin family to evacuate their home wasn’t a sinkhole after all.
Published on 04/05/13
Camp Bayou hosts spring event for kids, adults
It may not have been a big crowd, but the folks who attended Camp Bayou’s recent Spring Open House had a blast.
Published on 03/27/13
Updated on 03/28/13
South Shore man’s mobile produce stand caters to seniors
After 27 years as an over-the-road trucker Jeff Daniels decided to plant some roots and start a new business focused on helping seniors. No, it isn’t an assisted-living facility or nursing home — it’s a mobile produce stand...
Published on 03/19/13
Updated on 03/20/13
Charity event aims to help Mary & Martha House
From golf or fishing to running or walking, the third annual Hook 'n' Sink Charity event offers numerous ways to enjoying doing good.
Published on 03/06/13
Updated on 03/18/13
Charity event aims to help Mary & Martha House
From golf to fishing, running or walking, the third annual Hook 'n' Sink Charity event offers numerous ways to enjoy doing good.
Published on 03/06/13
Updated on 03/18/13
Calvary Lutheran Church breaks ground on new Angel Attic shop
Said to be a ministry of hope, Angel Attic is getting ready to broaden its wings over the community.
Published on 03/06/13
Updated on 03/18/13
HCC's Collegiate 100 program welcomes its first students
Select students at Hillsborough Community College recently received a prestigious honor, becoming members of the school's Collegiate 100. The organization, an auxiliary of the 100 Black Men of America Inc., welcomed its fir...
Published on 02/20/13
Updated on 03/18/13