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Students Participate In Winning Reading Boost Program

Students Participate In Winning Reading Boost Program

Officer Azariah Israel of the Tampa Police Department addressed the parents during orientation last week.   Police Athletic League Board Member Frank Dickson; AT&T Pioneers Tampa Bay President Andrew Hall; Sue Dickson, Winning Reading Boost program creator; Tampa Police Officer Azariah Israel; and Tampa Police Captain Carlos Rodriguez.   On Monday, a group of elementary…

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Trial Of Murder Suspect In Death Of 9-Year-Old Delayed

Trial Of Murder Suspect In Death Of 9-Year-Old Delayed

FELECIA WILLIAMS 12/9/2004 — 5/16/2014   …Suspect in death of 9-year-old   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   The family of a little girl murdered 4 years ago were expecting the case to go to trial on September 10th. However, they recently learned that it has been delayed until next summer. Ms. Felecia…

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Event Planner To Offer Prom For Middleton Alumni

Event Planner To Offer Prom For Middleton Alumni

MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH (CECELIA) GARVIN   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor               Mrs. Cecelia Garvin is younger than her husband. So, she didn’t experience the desegregation of schools as he did. But, her husband, Joseph, always talks about being denied his opportunity to attend his Prom while a student at Middleton High…

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Historic Marker Detailing The Contributions Of Madame Fortune Taylor Unveiled At Bridge Renamed In Her Honor

Historic Marker Detailing The Contributions Of Madame Fortune Taylor Unveiled At Bridge Renamed In Her Honor

By Kenya Woodard Sentinel Feature Writer City Clerk, Shirley Foxx-Knowles, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser, Bob Henriquez, founding member of Friends of Madame Taylor, Ursula Knox Odom, Jennifer Dietz; founder of Friends of Madame Taylor, Gloria Jean Royster and City Council chairman, Frank Reddick. THE ORIGINAL FORTUNE STREET  BRIDGE. Fortune Street downtown and the Fortune Street…

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Tampa Native Graduates From Naval Academy

Tampa Native Graduates From Naval Academy

ENSIGN AALIYAH GORDON   Last Friday, a Tampa native was among the graduates at the United States Naval Academy. Upon graduation, she was commissioned as an Ensign in the U. S. Navy. Ensign Aaliyah Gordon graduated from Robinson High School, Class Valedictorian in 2014. While attending Robinson High School, she was a member of the basketball…

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Cancer Claims Life Of Popular Retired Fireman

Cancer Claims Life Of Popular Retired Fireman

ALAN DALE ANDERSON 10/25/1963 — 5/19/2018   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   On May 19, 2018, Alan Dale Anderson slipped quietly away, surrounded by family and friends. He was 54-years-old.       His wife, Mrs. Claire Anderson, said the cause of death was cardiac arrest, due to pancreatic cancer. A native of Madison County,…

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Shuffleboard Team Hosts 5th Monthly Tournament

Shuffleboard Team Hosts 5th Monthly Tournament

Members of the Shuffleboard Team shown seated from left to right: Steve Scott, Katherine Palmer Gladys Foster, Quency Jefferson, Audrey Acosta, Connie Bowen, and Micah Miller, Sponsor. Shown standing from left to right: Shirley Thomas, Carolyn Williams, Sandra Flowers, Ruby Cutler, Paulette Andrews, Percy Everette, Carrie Rhanes, Charlotte Coffie, Willie Mae Gardner, Janis Harden, Nedra…

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Grad Recognized For 13 Years Of Perfect Attendance

Grad Recognized For 13 Years Of Perfect Attendance

KRISTAL HILL   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor   Recently, Kristal Hill, a member of the International Baccalaureate Program, was among her peers during the graduation ceremony of Robinson High School. The graduation was held on Wednesday at the Florida State Fairgrounds. Kristal has several accomplishments in which she can be proud. She…

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40thStreet Site Of Fatal Accidents Upgraded

40thStreet Site Of Fatal Accidents Upgraded

CROSSWALK ON 40th STREET   BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor                 A crosswalk that will provide a safe haven for senior citizens was installed Friday morning. The installation comes after two women were killed attempting to cross the busy street. On September 1, 2017, Ms. Sylvia Holton, a 59-year-old mother of 8, died 16…

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