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HUDSON — Fearful utility lobbyists might push through adverse state legislation, the Summertree Water Alliance task force is renewing efforts for Pasco County to buy out the private u...
NEW PORT RICHEY — With half of New Port Richey’s homes now rentals, city officials might revive a proposal for a rental inspection program to discourage negligent landlords and...
NEW PORT RICHEY — On his first night in office, Mayor Rob Marlowe asked his fellow city council members to roll up their sleeves with him by scheduling more work sessions.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Hearing was believing for children with vision problems at one Easter egg hunt last weekend.
HUDSON — Owners of a startup business hope to apply the early education lessons they have learned to franchise their concepts for preschools.
PORT RICHEY — Kayakers and other paddle sports enthusiasts can seek paradise in Port Richey for three days during the Pasco Paddlepalooza.
NEW PORT RICHEY — An incubator opening in May will hatch some innovative products and new companies, business leaders hope.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The good deeds of Bob Memoli have not gone unnoticed as city officials have proclaimed him a community hero.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Mark Wickham’s to-do list was growing longer and longer Thursday as he donned the mantle of president and CEO of Youth and Family Alternatives.
NEW PORT RICHEY — When it gets to the point that an overworked police dispatcher almost cannot take breaks or have time to use the restroom, changes are needed, New Port Richey Police Chief Kim Bogart says.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A sign in Edwin Duer’s den declares: “I intend to live forever — so far, so good,”
NEW PORT RICHEY — Potentially high repair costs of up to $2 million did not seem to faze two potential developers for the renovation project to reopen the landmark Hacienda, city officials learned Tuesday night.
TRINITY — Medical Center of Trinity is welcoming therapy dogs wearing bandanas that say “Please Pet Me.”
NEW PORT RICHEY — An estimate of up to $2 million to fix the Hacienda hotel building could impact plans to renovate and reopen the landmark at Main and Bank streets, according to city officials ponder.
PORT RICHEY — Demolition work has signaled the start of a project to build a Walmart Neighborhood Market at Little and Ridge roads.
PORT RICHEY — Irrigation rates will go down over the next four months for Port Richey utility customers.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Although some key measures in health rankings for Pasco County improved a bit, there is still plenty of room for progress, officials believe.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials likened recent good news on city finances to a ray of sunshine cutting through dark clouds.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Jimmy Carter became president, disco music dominated the Top 10 radio airwaves and George Magrill took leadership of the agency that would evolve into Youth and Family Alternatives.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A report on the soundness of the historic Hacienda hotel building could arrive soon, New Port Richey City Council members learned Tuesday night.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Good news travels fast, city officials were hoping as they launched a community pride campaign this week.
NEW PORT RICHEY — While a virtual world expands in cyberspace, parks and recreation centers remain grounded in non-digital reality. However, that could change to a degree as Pasco County intends to set up an onlin...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Beads, beads and more beads, spectators can see how many beads they can collect while watching the Chasco Fiesta street parade on Saturday afternoon.
PORT RICHEY — The city’s utilities division got solid marks for water quality, a city official reports, especially on the total dissolved solids yardstick.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Be kind so city residents don’t have to rewind, technology staff urged New Port Richey City Council members.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials want to confirm exactly who owns the landmark West Pasco Chamber of Commerce building to avoid having two insurance policies on the same property.
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.