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Local Elementary Student And Grandpa Publish Adventure Book

Writing and publishing a book is no easy feat, but local seven-year-old Christian Patrick is no ordinary first grader. Along with his grandfather, Patrick...

Chipotle Fundraiser Planned To Support The Potentials Foundation

Little but mighty- That is the way James Linn of Valrico describes his 19-year-old daughter, Allie Linn. Allie has a form of primordial dwarfism...

Riverview Resident And Purple Heart Recipient Celebrates 75th Birthday

Gordon Beadle, a resident of Riverview, is celebrating his 75th birthday this month. When he was a young Marine fighting in Vietnam in 1965,...

Riverview High Swimmer Uses Lightning Grant To Save Lives

Riverview High School senior Katherine Newcomb is teaming up with Brandon Sports and Aquatics Club (BSAC) to save lives thanks to a grant from...

Student Gives Back To Community, One ‘Sole’ At A Time

Camden Grant looks like your ordinary 8th grader at Randall Middle School, except she is anything but ordinary. Her school is a huge proponent...

Ten Year Celebration Of Life Fundraiser Celebrates Queena’s Journey

In April 2008, a young woman, formerly known as the Bloomingdale Library Attack Survivor, was brutally raped, beaten and left to die outside of...

Two Local High Schools, Bloomingdale & Newsome Host Relay For Life...

Bloomingdale and Newsome high schools are inviting community members to join them fighting cancer next month at their annual Relay For Life events. On Friday,...

River Hills Resident Remembers Wife By Helping Students

Above Photo: River Hills resident William Vandervalk celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with Bevis Elementary School Media Specialist Michele Wolfe and kindergarten and first grade...

Brandyn’s Angels Helps Mom Serve Homeless In Son’s Name After Loss

Valrico resident Kimberly Wood is turning the loss of her son into a mission to help others. Wood recently started Brandyn’s Angels, a group...

Holocaust Survivor Shares Her Story Of Survival And Hope With Students

By Michelle Colesanti There are very few opportunities in our lives to be in the same room with someone who has lived through (and survived)...