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Junior League’s Entrepreneur writes her way into business

Junior League’s Entrepreneur writes her way into business

TAMPA — The Junior League of Tampa is hosting their annual Holiday Gift Market which begins Thursday night and will continue through Sunday at the Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall.
Updated: 2 months ago
Maserati falls from I-75 killing father and children

Maserati falls from I-75 killing father and children

The driver and two child passengers died early Sunday morning in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 75, north of State Road 60 in Brandon, the Florida Highway Patrol reports.
Updated: 2 months ago
Lack of enthusiasm may depress millennial vote

Lack of enthusiasm may depress millennial vote

TAMPA — Dezray Smith is certain she’ll cast a ballot sometime between now and Election Day.
Updated: 3 months ago
Brandon ’86 Rotary continues Brandon Seafood Festival

Brandon ’86 Rotary continues Brandon Seafood Festival

BRANDON — Rotary’s Camp Florida is what longtime Rotarian Randy Kizer calls the hallmark of Rotary club creations throughout the state.
Updated: 3 months ago
Wishlist continues to form for new Riverview Library

Wishlist continues to form for new Riverview Library

RIVERVIEW — While the proposed site for the new Riverview library on Balm-Riverview Road undergoes review by governmental agencies, members of the Friends of the Riverview Branch Library have been visiting libraries throughout the county to co...
Updated: 3 months ago
Bamboozle Tea Lounge features Tim Gibbons’ sci-fi art

Bamboozle Tea Lounge features Tim Gibbons’ sci-fi art

The Bamboozle Tea Lounge in the Channelside District presents the art of Tim Gibbons in his solo show, Tradewinds.
Updated: 3 months ago
Interfaith minister brings folks ‘Together in Peace’

Interfaith minister brings folks ‘Together in Peace’

CARROLLWOOD — Interfaith minister Nancy Mercurio avoids political arguments.
Updated: 3 months ago
New technology aids Alzheimer’s patients who wander

New technology aids Alzheimer’s patients who wander

SUN CITY CENTER — Wanderers.
Updated: 3 months ago
Music acts help Ruskin Seafood Festival boost popularity

Music acts help Ruskin Seafood Festival boost popularity

RUSKIN — The emphasis may be on the shrimp, grouper and crabs, but it’s the diverse entertainment that encourages guests to linger at the annual Ruskin Seafood Festival, according to Melanie Morrison, executive director of the SouthShor...
Updated: 3 months ago
New Sun City building would cost $1.2 million

New Sun City building would cost $1.2 million

SUN CITY CENTER — The board of directors of this 11,000-member retirement community is proposing that a $1.2 million administration building be built, starting next year, because the old one, a former model home, is a danger to those who ...
Updated: 3 months ago