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Building A Better MouseTrip

I’ll bet you thought it was too late to visit the 1964 World’s Fair, didn’t you? The fair was actually held over for an additional year, but even by the most generous measure, you’re about 43 years late for the New York venue. Several of the most popular attractions are still alive and going strong,(…)

Public Meeting To Discuss Lithia Pinecrest Road Project Development & Environmental (PD&E) Study

Public Meeting To Discuss Lithia Pinecrest Road Project Development & Environmental (PD&E) Study Hillsborough County, in cooperation with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), will hold a public meeting to discuss the Project Development and Environmental Study for Lithia Pinecrest Road in the Brandon area. The Study evaluates the proposed widening of Lithia Pinecrest Road(…)

Residents Walk To Fund Project Cure

Together with the Lightning Foundation, St. Stephen Catholic Church welcomes the community to take the “steps” necessary in order to combat breast cancer by joining its upcoming effort known as Project Cure.

New Library On Schedule For 2008

“I think the new library will prove to be a wonderful edition in the community,” said chief librarian Marilyn Shynett, as she talked about the soon to be completed new Seffner-Mango Branch Public Library located at 410 N. Kingsway Road, in the heart of Seffner. Local residents are currently visiting the twice-moved existing and much(…)

County to Initiate Third Phase of Boyette

With daily traffic coming to a gridlock along the Boyette Rd. construction corridor, residents are looking for a silver lining in it all, something that may take a little while in finding as Steve Valdez, Hillsborough County spokesman, confirms that the second phase will not be completed until February of 2009.

Welcome to the “I am Hope Cafe”

 The “I Am Hope Café” is finally a reality, and, now, the estimated 2,000 homeless in the Brandon area will have a permanent place to eat if they so choose. Thanks to the generosity of First Baptist Church of Mango, three unused classrooms were recently donated to the Greater Brandon Ecumenical Ministries, Inc. (GBEM), which(…)