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Teens dish it out in Iron Chef competition

Thursday, Apr 17, 2014 -

“Here is your mission,” Jacob Hammers told the group of teenagers standing in a huddle by the microwaves and blenders. “These are the ingr...

County planning Hicks Road sidewalk project

Thursday, Apr 17, 2014 -

Pasco County Engineering Services held a neighborhood meeting Tuesday night at Hudson High School concerning a sidewalk planned on Hicks Road from State Road 52 to Hudson Ave...

Hudson hospital offers recycling on Earth Day

Friday, Apr 18, 2014 -

In commemoration of Earth Day, April 22, to demonstrate support for environmental protection, Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will provide a recycling opportunity for e...

Local project manager launches home renovation campaign

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014 - The day after architectural project manager Brandon Peak launched an Indiegogo online crowdsourcing campaign to develop high quality, affordable home ownersh...

PR man sets world record with marathon bass performance

Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014 -

With a face bedecked in black grease paint reminiscent of rock bands like KISS, Rusty Ellison took a swig from his beer and greeted old friends as they wished him luck.

Honorary Governor candidate holds Ladies Night event

Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014 - For 25 years, Pasco Kids First has worked hands-on with families to provide caring, nurturing environments for children. Events li...

Teen with Aspergers benefits from card game

Thursday, Apr 10, 2014 -

PORT RICHEY — Tucked away inside Gulf View Square is a store where powerful wizards battle for glory, knowledge and conquest on Friday nights.

Gamers unplug for Tabletop Day

Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 -

PORT RICHEY — Tabletop Day, meant to bring people together to play their favorite games and learn about the endless variety of games available, was marked at Yancy St. Comics.

Friday night market starts in downtown NPR

Tuesday, Apr 8, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY ­— Much like the ebb and flow of Tampa Bay, farmers markets have come and gone in the New Port Richey area over the last few years. Friday night, a new one began with the promise of a consi...

USF professor will speak on 16th century Florida

Thursday, Apr 3, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY ­— Florida celebrated its 500th birthday last year and to continue the festivities the last year surrounding centuries of the state's history, the West Pasco Historical Society has planned ...

Animal aid organization benefit from Pasco PetFest

Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014 -

PORT RICHEY — Pasco PetFest helped raise funds for a nonprofit group that provides free food for dogs and cats.

Pasco Library System presents 17th music festival

Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014 - SHADY HILLS­ — For weeks, library employees, volunteers and teenage patrons pumped up Pasco communities in anticipation of one of the Pasco Library System’s largest events, the Rockus Maximus Music F...

NPR resident builds free TARDIS library

Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY ­— Many people turn to crowdfunding website Kickstarter to bring their projects to life. Comic books, music videos, board games and new technology are just some of the projects people can d...

Local game shop to celebrate Tabletop Day

Thursday, Mar 27, 2014 -

PORT RICHEY — Dave Growney has been gaming for as long as he can remember. Three generations of memories inspire him daily in his position as gaming manager at Yancy St. Comics.

Public Passover Seder to be held in Trinity

Tuesday, Mar 25, 2014 -

TRINITY — Residents of West Pasco and surrounding areas are invited to attend an authentic public Passover Seder.

Library group cleans up, paints NPR river overlook

Friday, Mar 21, 2014 -

NEW PORT RICHEY — Jessica Jones kneeled down on both knees and shuffled forward to squint at the wall. With a roller brush in both hands, she carefully applied a second cream-colored coat of paint to a low wall at...

Florida Loquat Festival planned for April in NPR

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014 -

NEW PORT RICHEY ­— Dell deChant tried his first taste of loquat just over 30 years ago from a tree adjacent to the apartment complex that he and wife Marilynn lived in right after they got married. His first ...

NPR Library celebrates Pi Day

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY — At schools, libraries and community centers around the world, children and teens celebrated March 14, known as Pi Day, with crafts and activities related to the mathematical symbol.

Shooter drill held at Rasmussen NPR campus

Tuesday, Mar 18, 2014 -

NEW PORT RICHEY — Justin Guillory coughed and sputtered in a medical lab on the second floor of Rasmussen College as one of his lungs collapsed. Leaning over him and applying pressure to the gunshot wound on his c...

World traveler offers guided tours through Japan

Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014 -

­LAND O LAKES — Every two years, Paul Stonebridge takes Pasco teens and adults on the trip of a lifetime.

Knitters group donates bears to Sheriffs Office

Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014 -

HUDSON — Whether it’s prostitution stings, drug busts or other reports of misdoings, law enforcement officers called out to the scene of a crime often encounter children stuck in the middle of an unhealthy ...

NPR family converts school bus into traveling home

Thursday, Mar 6, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY — Angela Hadley's dream is to live off the grid. She wants to travel the country with her family without debt, food insecurity and the threat of homelessness looming over her family's head....

Anti-bullying film festival organizers changing direction

Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY — Chris Mahan had big plans for last weekend. The “HOPE for the Bay Film and Art Festival” was supposed to be chock-full of workshops for parents, meet-and-greets with local and...

Restaurant to hold benefit for Center for Independence

Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014 -

NEW PORT RICHEY — In 2004, Nancy and John Caposey scraped together every last penny they had and sold their house to purchase Whole Works Restaurant. With the restaurant business in both their blood, the only thin...

Fivay culinary students raise money for autism unit

Thursday, Feb 27, 2014 -

HUDSON — Last Saturday, instead of seeing a movie or hanging out with friends away from the school, culinary students at Fivay High School devoted the better part of the day cooking in preparation for a fundraiser...

‘Silver Follies’ to perform 19th annual show

Thursday, Feb 27, 2014 -

TRINITY — When Pat Griebel’s husband decided to retire to Florida 21 years ago to enjoy its numerous golf courses, she wasn’t quite ready to hang up her dancing shoes.

NPR library adding graphic novel section

Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014 -

NEW PORT RICHEY — Gone are the days when a library was simply a place to check out traditional books. Not only do libraries serve as a community center that organizes events, they have embraced new collections tha...

Random Acts of Flowers group brighten up patients’ day

Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014 -

TRINITY — When volunteers walked into her room with a vase full of carnations and orchids, Blanca Diaz smiled. Her hospital room, though clean and orderly, was bereft of any bright colors or personal touches. Not ...

Promo concert gives Battle of Bands sneak peak

Tuesday, Feb 25, 2014 - NEW PORT RICHEY ­— In the middle of what’s normally the Regency Park Branch Library’s “Children’s Room,” under huge, fluorescent decorative fish, Ashley Spillius belts out the...

Music linked to heart health, studies say

Thursday, Feb 20, 2014 -

TRINITY — The beat of your heart may be more closely related to musical beats than you realize.

Local art groups to hold poetry contests

Thursday, Feb 20, 2014 -

HOLIDAY — While April is more than a month away, it’s never too early to touch base with your inner muse and write some poetry.

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