Rich Primosch joined the Air Force in 1958 and soon found himself serving at Clark Air Base in the Philippines for 18 months. During his tour, he learned of an opportunity that captured his imagination.

The experience of every prisoner of war is different, a crowd at Veterans’ Memorial Park of The Villages heard Saturday during a National POW/MIA Recognition Day ceremony.

The Florida sun can be brutal. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid the heat and still play sports. From basketball and volleyball to badminton and table tennis, Villages residents can take part in various indoor sports. So, get ready to shoot a basketball, spike a volleyball, and hit a shut…

It’s the second most common cancer in men, but many people are reluctant to talk about it openly. September was designated as Prostate Cancer Awareness Month to help encourage the discussion, and in The Villages, there are several options for learning more about the disease, treatment option…

Three men in matching black ties and crisp gray blazers took to the stage and filled Savannah Center with impressive three-part vocal harmony Friday night, as colorful moving lights beamed around them and a large crowd applauded and cheered.

“Have you all done your homework?”

Joe Kelly taught physical education on Long Island for years. When he would ask his students what game they wanted to play, kickball was one of the top choices.

Despite having to face an additional opponent — the wind — two coed pairs withstood several challenges Thursday to be crowned pickleball champions at Rohan Recreation Center. While the team of Beth Quesnel and Carey Roth claimed first in the Pickleball Community Volunteer Group’s (PCVG) 6.5 …

The beautifully restored 1968 Mustang Will Vermilya displays at Villages car shows reminds him of when he was young and starting his career. The Village of Woodbury resident is president of The Villages Classic Automobile Club, which participates in the monthly cruise in at Spanish Springs T…

Just when you thought they had gone away, they’re back. Lovebugs marked their pestering, splattering return to Central Florida in recent days, disturbing anyone who crossed their paths as its second seasonal wave of the year began. And they’ve got friends. Recent rainfall brought the likelih…

When it comes to challenging your body and your brain, here is a hint: do-si-do is the way to go.

Shirley Keith grew up with dance.

In pickleball, experience often wins out. Playing with a longtime partner can give a team a serious advantage, especially in tournament play. Sometimes, though, good chemistry works just as well. That was the case Tuesday, as Bill Busker and Maureen Plainfield won the Pickleball Community Vo…

Patients in The Villages Regional Hospital’s emergency department can expect a knock on their door from a new visitor. “I always ask if it’s OK for me to come in,” Tina Williams said. “I go in. I introduce myself. I want to help where I can.” Williams is one of three patient experience profe…

Summer is winding down, but members of the East Coast Bouncers are still basking in the glory of their gold-medal feat from June on the national stage.

Pick up your harmonica, dulcimer, fiddle or banjo and get ready to play some toe-tapping mountain music on Mondays.