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Pasco Arts Council mentioned as possible tenant for vacant church
New Port Richey officials are weighing between leasing or selling the former church property on River Road.
After eight years, city officials have a possible a user for the former church the city bought in 2006.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is reminding motorists to drive with extra caution now that school is back in session. A long-time crossing guard was killed at this Clearwater intersection last school year.
Pinellas deputies reminding motorists of school traffic
City of New Port Richey has torn down nearly a dozen dilapidated properties in recent months. Next up is 7440 U.S. 19, which had an appointment with the bulldozer last Friday.
Demolition blitz clears NPR eyesore properties
East Lake’s George Campbell enters this season as one of the nation’s top recruits.
East Lake’s Campbell isn’t just all football

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