When Martha Manning was a little girl, she would often round up her younger sisters and the neighborhood kids to put on a show. They’d turn over a picnic table and use…

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The Florida Legislature has voided a 75% tax increase on new businesses imposed by three newly elected Sumter County commissioners, and public outcry has thwarted their push to raise the fire tax cap on homeowners by 300%.

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The early topics at The Villages’ newest avenue for improving health care are all focused on innovation — from carving out a role for genetics in routine care to finding drugs that can help COVID-19 long-haulers.

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State Republican leaders have taken one more step in offering hope to businesses denied by local commissioners: protection from a tax increase they say would cripple the pandemic recovery.

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Johnson was introduced to pottery at a community college near his Michigan home and he was smitten with the medium. After two years, he enrolled in the Eastern Michigan University where he majored in fine arts, developing a love for working with his hands that last to this day in glass-fusio…

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For his first two years on The Villages High School boys soccer team, Zach Bovelsky watched seniors such as Lucas Perez and Tony Ascencio lead the Buffalo as the program ascended to become one of the most competitive in the state in its classification. Now, as a senior himself, Bovelsky is p…

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The first thing you hear from those playing in the annual Veterans Softball Tournament in The Villages is that it’s about the camaraderie. But it’s really about honoring those who have served our country.

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