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Tarpon in running to be named an All-American city
The National Civic League has named Tarpon Springs a 2014 All-American City Awards finalist.

— A little extra positive recognition never hurts.

The Rev. Sebastian Earthedath, far right, pastor of Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Church, sprinkles holy water during Sunday’s fleeting blessing at the Gulf Harbor Yacht Club. Commodore Kathy Hockenberry and fleet captain Bob Frankel issued a Blessing of the Fleet certificate to boaters.
Gulf Harbors Blessing of the Fleet attracts 21 vessels
Pasco Paddlepalooza will bring together paddlers for three days April 25-27, starting with a Friday sunset paddle trip from the Gill Dawg marina, in Port Richey.
Pasco Paddlepalooza organizers hope to boost tourism
PHU junior Logyn Lilley is one of Pinellas County's premier offensive players and enters the postseason as the area's leading run producer with 37 RBIs.
PHU junior next in growing line of D-I third baseman

Sports

Softball: Late offense secures PHU playoff berth
PHU junior next in growing line of D-I third baseman
Baseball: District tournaments coming next week
Softball: Gulf coach Hohenthaner steps down

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