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The Library is Back!

It has taken a pandemic for many of us to realize just how much we take for granted so many of the ordinary things about our daily lives. One of those things is a trip to the public library. When COVID-19 cases began to surge last March, the Hillsborough County Public Library did the responsible…

Great West Chase Virtual 5K Thanks Its Sponsors

The first ever Great West Chase Virtual 5K was held this year due to the pandemic. WOW held a virtual race to still bring in donations to benefit Citrus Park Elementary. The final donation check will be presented before the end of the year to them. We thank all our generous sponsors and participants for…

Is It Time to Convert to LED Holiday Lights?

Every year you likely stand in the holiday lighting aisle wondering if it’s time for your personal conversion. Should you spring for the more expensive LED light strands or stick with the less expensive, energy hogging lights that cost one-third of the LEDs? Strictly judging from an environmental perspective, LED light conversion is worth it….

Westchase Master Plan Committee Survey Seeks Resident Input

WCA Director Joaquin Arrillaga, chair of the Master Plan Committee, is hoping to hear from hundreds of residents of the Westchase Community Association (WCA). His committee has put together a survey about improvements to Westchase’s programs and facilities. Results will help shape three master plans of various time lengths that the WCA Board is expected…

Live Performances Return to the Straz

Audiences can once again enjoy live performances on a small scale. The Straz Center has developed health and safety protocols in accordance with CDC and OSHA guidelines, while also consulting with medical experts from Tampa General Hospital, Cleveland Clinic, the University of Pennsylvania and The George Washington University. Temperature checks, mandatory face masks and socially…

Undecided Voter Now Struggling With Thanksgiving Menu

SATIRICAL NEWS “Just when you think you’re done with not making up your mind about one important decision – wham! – you’re faced with another,” said Julianne Wilbury of Woodbay. “As months go, November is just paralyzing,” she added. Wilbury spent nearly all of October and early November trying to make up her mind about…

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