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Antique patrol car ‘brings miles of smiles’ to Lutz Mail Depot
At the far northern end of Dale Mabry Highway, where motorists tend to accelerate, a sheriff’s car on the shoulder of the four-lane highway can slow things down.
Published on 03/15/13
Overnight camp-out for beginners offered at Lake Park in Lutz
Hillsborough parks officials are recruiting novices for the county’s first Great American Camp-out.
Published on 03/14/13
Lutz-Land O’Lakes flea market slashing prices Saturday
It was a cold weekend, but sales were hot at the Lutz-Land O’Lakes Woman’s Club’s flea market.
Published on 03/07/13
Updated on 03/08/13
Residents critical of proposed school off Sunset Lane in Lutz
A meeting on potential environmental impacts of building a charter high school off Sunset Lane drew an overflow crowd of residents, many characterizing it as a bad fit that would adversely impact natural resources.
Published on 03/06/13
Updated on 03/08/13
Iconic St. Pete restaurant Aunt Hattie’s resurrected in Lutz
Aunt Hattie’s, a landmark restaurant known for chicken and dumplings, oddball promotions and a treasure chest filled with toys for kids who embraced its Clean Plate Club, has been resurrected by the founder’s descendants.
Published on 02/22/13
Updated on 03/04/13
Partnership could save trees in U.S. 41 median in Lutz
Residents angered by plans to remove scores of trees in the U.S. 41 median through Lutz have scored a partial victory.
Published on 01/29/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Hillsborough delays removal of trees in U.S. 41 median in Lutz
Trees in the U.S. 41 median that had been targeted for removal Monday got a reprieve from Hillsborough County officials who said they will meet with residents to discuss alternatives.
Published on 01/14/13
Updated on 03/13/13
Aviation interest led Lutz woman into historic role

Dora Dougherty and her fellow female pilots filled a wartime need to test the new B-29, which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.

Published on 12/25/12
Updated on 03/13/13
New Lutz restaurant relies on local ingredients, beers

Sandy and Chris Fuller, owners of The Gathering Place, are doing whatever it takes to ensure their new restaurant excels in the struggling economy.

Published on 11/14/12
Updated on 03/14/13
Tuition payments gone as Lutz school shuts down

Parents were blindsided when the Hand in Hand Academy announced in an e-mail that it was shutting down Sept. 16, seven years after it first went into business and four weeks after opening for the new semester.

Published on 10/11/11
Updated on 03/21/13
Home-schooled students can join spelling bee

Home-schooled children will have the chance this month to follow in the footsteps of Tommy Foster, whose spelling skills took him to Washington, D.C., for the National Spelling Bee.

Published on 01/07/11
Updated on 03/19/13
Hundreds mourn man killed after going out for food

The body of Emilio Martinez was found Dec. 23, eight days after he disappeared.

Published on 12/28/10
Updated on 03/22/13
Newborn can't wait for hospital, born in home's hallway

When Tiffani Packer decided to have a natural birth for her fourth child, she imagined being in a hospital having a delivery without using any pain medications.

Published on 08/24/10
Updated on 03/21/13
It's official, Learning Gate school is green

The curriculum is the obvious way that Learning Gate Community School goes green.

Published on 06/16/10
Updated on 03/21/13
Lutz kids trying for waste-free lunches

A group of Hillsborough kindergarteners has come up with a way to help save the planet by eliminating tons of garbage at lunchtime.

Published on 04/16/10
Updated on 03/20/13