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NEW PORT RICHEY — An art mecca could spring up in the area around the Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery if the institution builds upon its successes and an upswing in development i...
PORT RICHEY — Cheerleaders among Pasco political observers already are beating the drum for Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton to square off in the presidential race in 2016.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Developers and city officials are preparing to sign a contract for renovations of the historic Hacienda hotel, a downtown landmark.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Preparing tax returns can be a challenge for some people who might overlook deductions and credits, United Way officials fear. Prosperity Campaign volunteers are tr...
NEW PORT RICHEY — People with green thumbs can find an outlet at the ever-growing Kinship Urban Farm project at West Pasco Habitat for Humanity headquarters in New Port Richey.
HOLIDAY — After several years of delay, the concept for transitional housing will come off the drawing board during a groundbreaking event Monday for the first phase of the Metropolit...
PORT RICHEY — Ardent devotees of recycling are pleading for a reprieve to keep three unmanned drop-off sites in West Pasco open.
PORT RICHEY — Motorists who now share the road with bicyclists and motorcyclists may soon have to make room for golf carts on some Port Richey streets.
PORT RICHEY — An overhaul of the city’s waterfront district could include shifting the boat ramp to Waterfront Park now that the city has confirmed it will get a grant of about...
TRINITY — A new, free event Jan. 24 will highlight how the Trinity area keeps spurring more development that pumps up the Pasco economy, organizers said.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The 25 mph speed limit on Main Street between Congress Street and Rowan Road drove a lot of discussion Tuesday night.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Some bus riders say they are resorting to tipping over supermarket shopping carts or other makeshift bus-stop benches until Pasco County Public Transportation can bu...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Illegal dumping has prompted Pasco County officials to close three unmanned recycling dropoff sites.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County health officials confirm a spike in flu cases earlier than usual.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Nearly two-thirds of residents in some West Pasco neighborhoods are subsisting at poverty level or just barely scraping by, a United Way of Pasco study shows.
NEW PORT RICHEY — About 20 months after the project was first announced, the Wal-Mart Neighborhood Store will open its doors to the public on Jan. 7.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pat Mulieri may have retired last year as a county commissioner, but she did not retire from her pet cause – adoption of animals.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Most motorists travel 35 mph to 40 mph along Main Street between Congress Street and Rowan Road, a recent traffic study shows.
HOLIDAY — An ALDI Food Market is taking shape in Holiday, with a hiring event Jan. 6 to find some 20 workers to staff several area stores.
NEW PORT RICHEY — After clarifying its clarifications of its clarifications at a work session, City Council members are scheduled to cast a final vote Jan. 6 on changes to the alcoho...
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials hope to clamp down on problems from prostitution along the U.S. 19 corridor that have vexed them and residents alike.
NEW PORT RICHEY — For some young riders, the rhythm of hoof beats can sound like music to their ears every bit as much as classic Christmas carols.
HUDSON — For some two decades, flooding has exasperated homeowners in the Timber Oaks subdivision. Now Pasco County officials are working on a remedy the...
HOLIDAY — Sophia Hayes, 2, could barely contain her excitement as she waited in line to see Santa at the Santa’s Fun Day event at the J. Ben Harrill Recreation Complex.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A landscaping grant could help New Port Richey distinguish its section of U.S. 19, city council members hope.
HUDSON — Smiles were in abundance among nearly 100 children at the recent Brunch with Santa put on by the Healthy Families Pasco-Hernando program.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The Salvation Army Pasco Corps’ 2014 red kettle campaign is entering its final lap to raise enough money to support numerous charitable programs for the commu...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Dissatisfied with progress by the owner of the Travel Inn motel to make changes, city officials have sought another code violation hearing before a special magistrat...
NEW PORT RICHEY — LED streetlights soon will shine down upon all city streets.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Since 2010, New Port Richey police have been emphasizing that pedestrians must walk the line in obeying traffic laws to cut down on injuries and fatalities.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Vagrants congregating under the south side of the U.S. 19 bridge over the Pithlachascotee River convinced New Port Richey officials to put up a fence to block the co...
NEW PORT RICHEY — It’s time for Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park to shine as organizers hope to dazzle spectators with Wilderness Wonderland: Celebration of Lights.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The buzz continues to grow over restoration of the historic Hacienda hotel landmark, New Port Richey city officials believe.
PORT RICHEY — Culver’s Restaurant appears to be proceeding with plans for a Port Richey location that would feature trademark ButterBurgers, grilled chicken sandwiches and froz...
NEW PORT RICHEY — To help clean up the city’s image, City Council members put some finishing touches on higher maintenance standards for homes.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Lester Cypher hates moving. But the Volunteer Way CEO will make an exception for the transfer of the food bank operations to its new warehouse.
TRINITY — It was a “Mo-vember” to remember for many doctors and their supporters at Medical Center of Trinity.