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NEW PORT RICHEY — A concept for an elevated toll road along much of S.R. 54-S.R. 56 corridor could get an official endorsement from Pasco County commissioners on Tuesday.
SPRING HILL — Hundreds of competitors didn’t worry about getting a little dirt under their fingernails during the 2013 Filthy Fun Run.
HUDSON — Santa’s elves might be busy for the holidays, but volunteers with ToyMakers labor year round in their Hudson workshop to make free toys for distressed children.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Try, try again, city council members figure on the search for a permanent city manager that will spill over into 2014.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials got an early start Tuesday night making out their New Year’s resolutions, with redevelopment of the historic Hacienda hotel building at the top of the list.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Nine years in the making, the Main Street Landing project,
NEW PORT RICHEY — Texting while driving became a ticketable traffic offense Oct. 1, but local officials are still trying to gauge the impact of the new law.
NEW PORT RICHEY — After agonizing more than a year, New Port Richey City Council members hope to find the next city manager soon.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Ex-military members from around Pasco County, the state and the nation gathered last Thursday in front of Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic New Port Richey to rally in support of legalizing medi...
NEW PORT RICHEY — An ordinance prohibiting solicitations for prostitution got final passage Tuesday without further comment by New Port Richey City Council members.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Look, up in the sky, it’s a bird, it’s a plane. No, it’s the Fit Phantom.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Freedom isn’t free, speakers at the Rotary Club of New Port Richey’s Salute to Veterans said Wednesday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — When the Coalition for the Homeless of Pasco County first formed about 25 years ago, perhaps 10 members would gather in a room, long-time coalition members recalled Wednesday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — While business leaders say the historic Hacienda Hotel is generating a bit of a “buzz,” some New Port Richey City Council members are growing impatient over the pace of several rede...
NEW PORT RICHEY — With the economy still flat, more and more people have sought a hot meal at the soup kitchen at Volunteer Way’s Moon Lake Outreach Facility.
NEW PORT RICHEY — With some fire department vehicles beginning to show their age, New Port Richey City Council members did not hesitate to approve buying a new fire truck for $435,000.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Coalition for the Homeless of Pasco County leaders say the nonprofit agency has come far in its past 25 years, but still has a long way to go.
NEW PORT RICHEY — If Scott Norman dares you to a pumpkin trivia contest, the best advice might be to politely decline.
NEW PORT RICHEY — An ordinance prohibiting solicitations for prostitution could come up for final approval soon before the New Port Richey City Council.
ARIPEKA — Pasco County could make a big splash with swimmers and wakeboarders by next spring as plans take shape for a lakefront beach at the proposed SunWest county park.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Walking across busy Little Road can pose a real challenge for pedestrians near West Pasco Government Center.
PORT RICHEY — Rooms to Go in Port Richey is the “little store” that could, company officials said Wednesday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Locked gates and more fencing at the river overlook at Sims Park could send the wrong message to visitors to the city, City Council members decided Wednesday night.
PORT RICHEY — Since more than half of homeowners here could face steep jumps in flood insurance premiums, Port Richey City Council members recently expressed their dismay about the impact from changes to the feder...