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NEW PORT RICHEY — A standalone Dollar General store will replace the location that has been a fixture in the East Richey Square shopping center, across the street.
LAND O’ LAKES — Pasco County Animal Services officials have been planning a blitz of adoption discounts through August because the county shelter has been overflowing.
PORT RICHEY — Two parks could see big changes, Port Richey City Council members discussed Tuesday night.
NEW PORT RICHEY — How many Pasco residents would know that horses don’t care to be petted on their noses?
NEW PORT RICHEY — Shortly after opening its doors in July 1989, Gulfside Hospice faced a financial crisis, founder Carol Springer recalled. The staff gathered round a former dining ro...
NEW PORT RICHEY — A West Pasco fixture for decades, Evie Parks has become district secretary for state Rep. Amanda Murphy, D-New Port Richey.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Many New Port Richey leaders are spotting positive trends pointing the city to a bright future, starting with LED streetlights that maintain their brightness.
PORT RICHEY — City officials will try again to install a handicap-accessible playground at Waterfront Park as a signal to residents of a commitment to improve Port Richey.
PORT RICHEY — Fireworks lit up the night last night over Waterfront Park, but community leaders hope a recent survey will help shine a light on possible improvements to boost the coas...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Local officials took a bite out of crime a few weeks ago when city police officers assisted in a prostitution sting that resulted in 16 arrests.
PORT RICHEY — A new commander arrived last week to take the helm of Salvation Army Pasco Corps.
PORT RICHEY — About 100 community leaders attending the inaugural Peace Breakfast last week heard tales of domestic violence from two of its victims.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Residents helped fill large trash bins with seven loads during New Port Richey’s recent 2014 Neighborhood Spring Clean-Up Day.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The “I Love SunWest” logo graced T-shirts of more than a dozen supporters of the SunWest county park and beach who urged county commissioners to approv...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Residents can learn more about redevelopment in the U.S. 19 corridor and coastal Pasco County during a Wednesday, July 30, presentation.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A charter school application provided an education for city officials and school leaders alike, but Learning Lodge Academy recently won permission to open a facility...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Ten years ago, the Blockbuster Video store at the northeast corner of State Road 54 and Rowan Road was still doing fairly brisk business.
LUTZ — A monthly fee for nuclear power projects continues to appear on Duke Energy electric bills, , even though the investor-owned utility has no nuclear generating units in operatio...
ODESSA — The mosquito season is starting to generate some buzz as the pests could begin to swarm many areas of Pasco in the coming weeks.
HUDSON — Executives of two electric utilities serving the Suncoast say newly proposed regulations for coal-fired power plants could raise electric bills.
PORT RICHEY — A dog might be a man’s best friend, but sometimes man treats a dog as a hostage rather than a friend.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A deal under which the city would sell the Hacienda to private redevelopers could be signed within a month.
NEW PORT RICHEY — On her second day on the job, City Manager Debbie Manns got an introduction to a wide sampling of issues facing New Port Richey during the city council meeting Tuesd...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Many veterans shared their problems with getting medical care from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs during a town hall Thursday staged by U.S. Rep. Gus Bilira...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County will add a wrinkle to the emergency messages it sends to phones of residents in the event of a disaster.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Even before the hurricane season officially started Sunday, storms pounded central and east Pasco last week, tearing the roof off a mobile home and knocking down tre...
PORT RICHEY — At first it sounds like a plot for the latest summer, sci-fi blockbuster popcorn movie as owners of small theaters battle against extinction from the digital invaders o...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Compromises on U.S. 19 medians allowed local business owners and state transportation officials to meet somewhere in the middle last week.
NEW PORT RICHEY — “It’s like coming home,” Jimmy Ferraro said about his new theater, opening June 6.
ELFERS — One year after its grand reopening, the CARES Elfers Center is in a financial bind that could lead to reduction in hours or higher fees for many programs.