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It’s been a busy week, but Lutz Patch is here to help you catch up!
Police & Fire
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office has released the second episode in its ongoing series that provides residents with a peek behind the action.
The Lutz church has teamed up with others to provide assistance to those who were devastated by the May 20 storm that struck Moore, Okla.
Hillsborough County library officials are saying the Bearss Avenue regional library will not reopen until after Saturday, May 25 at the earliest.
The Neighborhood Files
Smokey disappeared from a home near John’s Butcher Shop earlier this week.
The old Lions Club building on 1st Street Southwest is under new ownership and is getting a new look.
Volunteers in the News, Sports
D1 Sports Training and Generation Food Truck are teaming up to host an “Epic Dodgeball” tournament for charity, which will draw participants from all over the Tampa Bay area, including Lutz.
The county recognized National Police Week by paying tribute to its own.
Both the Hillsborough County Commission and School Board have races in November 2014.
Volunteers in the News, Business
The local eatery is playing host to a fundraiser for Operation Helping Hand May 21.
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