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Powerball winner behind random act of kindness in Plant City?
An older woman who visited BuddyFreddys on Sunday paid the bill for every customer in the restaurant – all 180 of them. Such generosityhas led to a big mystery.
Published on 06/13/13
Updated on 06/14/13
Plant City’s Madonias selling Red Rose, farming empire
The family that owns the iconic Red Rose Inn is selling the complex and other holdings in the hope proceeds will help keep farming operations running.
Published on 05/20/13
Updated on 05/21/13
Law officers honored at annual Plant City banquet
Officers who saved lives, broke up drug rings, nabbed drunken drivers and captured a fugitive were honored Tuesday at an annual banquet.
Published on 05/15/13
Brick dedication May 22 at Plant City veterans park
Bricks engraved with names of veterans will be dedicated May 22 at an annual ceremony at a local park.
Published on 05/12/13
Python-esque Robin Hood to take the stage
Tom Guerre has been involved with the Plant City Entertainment community-acting group since 1986 and has performed in a variety of genres along the way.
Published on 05/01/13
Mud run will raise money for charity that builds youth character
Mike Nelson calls the mud run he is promoting to help his charity the Godzilla of all mud races.
Published on 04/27/13
Rape survivor celebrates birthday – and much more
The women sit in a circle, smiling, laughing, joking about old times.
Published on 04/20/13
Recreation center drive to honor Plant City worker
The circular drive at the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Recreation Center will be named in honor of Eddie C. Brooks, a retired city employee who spent his 46-year career there.
Published on 04/14/13
Veteran officer sworn in as Plant City police chief
Steve Singletary is officially the new chief of the Plant City Police Department.
Published on 04/08/13
Plant City filmmaker sets his sights high
Brandon Hyde said he settled on filmmaking as his life’s work after a professor at Southeastern University challenged his students to put together a short film.
Published on 04/06/13
Plant City firm buys shuttered Smithfield meatpacking plant
A shuttered meat packing plant that was founded 45 years ago by a Tampa family has been bought by a Plant City firm.
Published on 04/04/13
Soccer company wants to lease Plant City Stadium
A company that operates four soccer teams is negotiating with the city to lease Plant City Stadium for $10,000 a month.
Published on 03/29/13
Florida Strawberry Festival attendance: 526,100
More than 526,000 people visited the Florida Strawberry Festival during its 11-day run, a slight improvement over 2012.
Published on 03/27/13