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NPR to renew its ‘Where’s Richey?’ awareness campaign
New Port Richey will continue its “Where’s Richey?” social media awareness campaign in August, Judy Meyers-Prine said as executive assistant to the city manager. She poses Richey at Christina’s Restaurant on Friday.

For fans of “Where’s Waldo?” and “Flat Stanley,” New Port Richey plans to resume its new awareness...

Stuff the Bus for Teachers returns Aug. 1-3 as United Way of Pasco will station volunteers at 14 locations in the county. Instructors typically pay more than $400 a year for supplies out of their own pockets.
Stuff the Bus for Teachers drive returns this weekend
High students, background, take a tour of the St. Petersburg campus of Pinellas Technical Education Center, which is considering changing its name to Pinellas Technical College.
Pinellas tech centers consider adding ‘college’ to name
A team comprised primarily of North Pinellas baseball players are one win away from playing for the Big League World Series in South Carolina.
UPDATE: North Pinellas advances to World Series

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