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Pumpkin patch offers thousands of choices
Lillie Ayalla, 6, and her mom, Michelle Fitch of New Port Richey hunt for the perfect pumpkin during the first day the pumpkin patch opened at First United Methodist Church of New Port Richey. The pumpkin patch will be open daily through Oct. 31.

Halloween shoppers have thousands of pumpkins from which to choose to become jack-o-lanterns at the pumpkin patch at First United Methodist...

New Port Richey became a city in 1924 as this headline shows. The city will celebrate its 90th anniversary on Monday.
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