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NEW PORT RICHEY — Couch warriors who master war videogames will soon get the chance to prove their mettle in the field at Making the Cut.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Prostitution seems to know no boundaries, West Pasco authorities agree, especially along areas of U.S. 19 from Holiday to Hudson.
TRINITY — Perhaps colorectal cancer might not come up as the first topic for conversation at the dinner table. The subject might even serve as the butt of jokes sometimes.
ELFERS — Like an old shoe, John Gallagher’s former desk still seemed to fit him perfectly, despite months of retirement following more than three decades as Pasco County administrator.
TRINITY — Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! One and all!
NEW PORT RICHEY — With at least 80,000 spectators expected for the 2014 Chasco Fiesta Street Parade on Saturday, March 22, inevitably a lot of trash gets left behind for volunteer crews to pick up.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The site for an international ball hockey tournament, All Sports Arena has started the ball rolling for about $100,000 in upgrades to the building.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Plans will proceed to demolish a former restaurant building and a house on the northwest corner of U.S. 19 and Palmetto Road, New Port Richey City Council members decided.
NEW PORT RICHEY — From sexting to children and home invasions to panhandling and prostitution, Sheriff Chris Nocco touched on a wide range of topics during an appearance Wednesday before a West Pasco community gro...
PORT RICHEY — Debate over water irrigation rates produced a flood of viewpoints as Port Richey City Council members recently revisited the issue.
TRINITY — The first open-heart surgery at Medical Center of Trinity could take place this week, hospital leaders said, during National Heart Month.
TRINITY — Since consolidation of several business groups during the mid 1990s, only West Pasco Chamber of Commerce has existed here to represent interests of business owners.
NEW PORT RICHEY — West Pasco Chamber of Commerce is bringing back Cotee River Bike Fest among other initiatives for 2014.
PORT RICHEY — Prostitution arrests are increasing as officials grapples with problems in pockets of the city, Police Chief Dave Brown told city council Tuesday night.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Tenants at the new Magnolia Place senior apartment homes already are developing a family feeling, many people said at the recent grand opening.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Action causes change, Shawn Foster emphasized during his Business Development Week Education Day luncheon speech last week.
NEW PORT RICHEY — More pieces of the puzzle are falling into place, but parts of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 remain a bit of a mystery, a panel of experts said Tuesday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — People calling the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office no longer will have to navigate through a sea of menus, pressing buttons for options or talking to a digitally generated voice.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Lighthouse for the Visually Impaired and Blind hopes to shine a light on misconceptions during Low Vision Awareness Month in February.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Tails were wagging among the first pets who got a ride this week in the Tail Wagon, Pasco County’s new mobile pet adoption van.
NEW PORT RICHEY — With three sons of James E. Grey as longtime members, Rotary Club of New Port Richey leaders wanted to do something special for the Grey Preserve, which bears the name of the local pioneer.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The resourcefulness of RESORCE Recycling Club leaders may be put to the test as they face havingto scout for a new location for the group’s Reuse Factory.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A special magistrate is scheduled to hear Wednesday the first two cases under New Port Richey’s nuisance abatement ordinance, which was passed last year.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Despite a “noble effort” by volunteers to run a city-operated animal shelter, New Port Richey city officials decided this week to pay Pasco County to resume animal services for the ...
NEW PORT RICHEY — A company with 115 workers decided to stay within the city of New Port Richey instead of relocating to Pinellas County after finding enough room here for expansion.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials first allowed alcohol sales and consumption for special events at Sims Park. Then they allowed beer and wine at the former church sanctuary now known as Peace Hall in some instance...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Tanglewood subdivision residents expressed irritation that no traffic signal is planned for their subdivision exit after Ridge Road is widened to four lanes east of Little Road.
NEW PORT RICHEY — “This is your road,” Commissioner Henry Wilson told about 100 people at the second public workshop on the widening of Ridge Road east of Little Road.
HOLIDAY — Metropolitan Ministries is expanding its Pasco Outreach Center in Holiday this year, starting with an overhaul of the kitchen this month.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City Council members are eager to see the police department start its own vehicle impound lot, and Councilman Bill Phillips asked Tuesday night if the project would come together soon.