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NEW PORT RICHEY — After clarifying the clarifications of the clarifications at a work session, City Council members feel confident changes to the city alcohol ordinance are ready to g...
PORT RICHEY — Pasco public health officials are promoting a free program to help people eat smart and move more during the holidays.
PORT RICHEY — An overhaul of the city’s waterfront district could include shifting the boat ramp to Waterfront Park and reserving Nicks Park for public parking.
NEW PORT RICHEY — In hopes of reducing pedestrian traffic deaths, city officials intend to ask state lawmakers for help to fund up to three elevated walkways above U.S. 19.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City leaders believed they were going nowhere fast with a 14-year-old priority list of street conditions and recommendations for improvements.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The James E. Grey Preserve would gain nearly seven more acres once New Port Richey completes the purchase of additional land.
HOLIDAY — Groundbreaking could happen by January for the first phase of transitional housing in Holiday, Metropolitan Ministries officials report.
PORT RICHEY — Benefactors are cooking up plans to expand meal sites to the Port Richey area to serve food prepared at the new kitchen facility in Holiday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County’s first Food Day observance gave local residents plenty of food for thought about eating better.
NEW PORT RICHEY — What a long, strange trip it’s been, New Port Richey leaders, past and present, marveled during the 90th birthday party of the founding of the city.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The Hacienda hotel is nearing another milestone in its 87-year history as city officials seek a contractor to determine the amount of repairs necessary before the h...
NEW PORT RICHEY — An action plan for the U.S. 19 corridor is emerging as city and county officials narrow sites to two potential areas to begin redevelopment of West Pasco, they annou...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Hundreds of West Pasco soccer fans gathered Tuesday night at W.H. Jack Mitchell Jr. Park to watch the Tampa Bay Rowdies team practice and drill.
NEW PORT RICHEY — It might have been her last full meeting as a commissioner, but Pat Mulieri pledged it won’t be the last time people see her.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A nonprofit watchdog group that pushes for clean energy alternatives and questions the actions of for--profit utilities and the state agencies that regulates a Thurs...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco transportation planners say they will take a back seat about reshaping the U.S. 19 corridor until plans firm up for the Harbors redevelopment guidelines for th...
PORT RICHEY — City officials will research possible grants toward modernizing the Port Richey fire station and public works facilities.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City Council members say they might have to become the “squeaky wheel” because long-range transportation plans neglect U.S. 19 corridor improvements.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Natural gas vehicle incentives have produced 1,820 jobs and $68 million in wages in Florida during the first year, according to state Sen. Wilton Simpson.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Despite some progress made by police and code enforcers, rampant prostitution and other crime still persists in small pockets of city neighborhoods near U.S. 19, res...
NEW PORT RICHEY — You have to hear it to believe it, past participants say about the White Cane Safety and Awareness Day.
NEW PORT RICHEY — SPCA Suncoast rescues many animals, but the nonprofit pet shelter needed rescuing this year because of financial crises.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Unsightly neglect of a stucco privacy and noise barrier along Little Road was beginning to drive Crane’s Roost residents up a wall.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Families flocked to a recent event at James E. Grey Preserve that offers many scenic adventures on its nature trails. But visitors soon discover just getting to the ...
PORT RICHEY — Robert Lovering is scheduled to start Oct. 20 as the police chief for Port Richey, City Manager Tom O’Neill announced.
HOLIDAY — A project to help feed the hungry had been simmering on the back burner for a long time, but cooks prepared the first meal Thursday at the new kitchen at Metropolitan Minist...