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Abstractors may provide an alternate avenue if you’ve hit a genealogical dead end

Never look a gift horse in the mouth.
Updated one month ago

Diabetes patients need “integrated’’ care, professor says

TAMPA — Diabetes care is too fragmented, according to Dr. Janice Zgibor of the University of South Florida College of Public Health.
Updated one month ago

Class Notes: Circle K Fuel Up Night, President Palooza, Red Ribbon Week, more

CIRCLE K
Updated one month ago
Suncoast Credit Union celebrates its Sweet 16: its 16 longest-tenured employees
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Suncoast Credit Union celebrates its Sweet 16: its 16 longest-tenured employees

They can recall their first days at the financial institution with fondness and clarity, even though those memorable moments occurred at least 30 years ago.
Updated one month ago
Title for best deviled crab is back up for grabs at the Deviled Crab Throwdown

Title for best deviled crab is back up for grabs at the Deviled Crab Throwdown

For the second consecutive year, Rep. Janet Cruz will host a Deviled Crab Throwdown.
Updated: 2 months ago
Find A Friend: Minnie the Lab/Retriever mix

Find A Friend: Minnie the Lab/Retriever mix

Minnie and her abandoned brother were rescued on a spooky road. Scary times, but thanks to Dogma, he’s styling a Halloween tutu accessorized with hope. She’s a shiny, 4-month-old, Black Labrador Retreiver mixed with a dash of hound. Mi...
Updated: 2 months ago

Hillsborough college notebook: USF hosts busy lecture schedule, UT teams with LinkedIn

HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR TO SPEAK AFTER FILM SCREENING: Seventy years ago, while visiting her grandparents in Italy, Elsie Ragusin was accused of being a spy and was sent to Auschwitz. On April 25, 1945, her life began anew. Liberated from the horrors of N...
Updated: 2 months ago
Buddy Baseball celebrates milestone with grateful parents, joyful pariticipants

Buddy Baseball celebrates milestone with grateful parents, joyful pariticipants

TEMPLE TERRACE — Several years ago Puerto Rico natives Andy Reyes and his wife, Sheila Robles moved to Florida to make a better life for their son, Andres Reyes, who as a result of his premature birth is blind and has autism spectrum disorder....
Updated: 2 months ago

Brandon’s St. Andrew’s United Methodist to celebrate 50th anniversary

BRANDON — On May 1, 1966, 22 people gathered for the first meeting of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in a home on Bryant Road.
Updated: 2 months ago
Republican Raulerson counting on Democratic voters in state House bid

Republican Raulerson counting on Democratic voters in state House bid

Eight years into his political career, Jose Vazquez may best be known as the candidate who once filed campaign papers from behind bars.
Updated: 2 months ago