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NPR attracts big crowd to Summer’s End Party

NPR attracts big crowd to Summer’s End Party

NEW PORT RICHEY — Summer vacation might be over for area students, but they squeezed in one more evening of fun at the Summer’s End Party in the pool at New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatic Center.
Published: 08/29/14
Tail Wagon provides close encounters with canines

Tail Wagon provides close encounters with canines

Mary Reese knew her family would love Tulip, a German shepherd-husky mix, the moment the puppy extended a warm greeting to her 5-year-old daughter with a big lick across the giggling girl’s face.
Published: 08/29/14

Patron runs down security guard at PH adult nightclub

The Florida Highway Patrol is seeking the public’s help in finding a driver who seriously injured a security guard at a Palm Harbor adult nightclub after intentionally running over him.
Published: 08/29/14

Pasco tourism revenue on pace to match best year ever

NEW PORT RICHEY — Visitors seem to be rediscovering Pasco County as a destination, with tourism tax revenue on track to match the best year ever, a county official said.
Published: 08/29/14

School News, Aug. 30

Pasco schools add 795 students
Published: 08/31/14

Alzheimer’s Association to start six-week caregiver program

NEW PORT RICHEY — Taking care of a loved one with a disease can be difficult, especially if you don’t have the proper knowledge and resources.
Published: 08/29/14
Tails were wagging at Landings of St. Andrew Pet Parade

Tails were wagging at Landings of St. Andrew Pet Parade

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Landings of St. Andrew was going to the dogs Tuesday — and the birds and the cats.
Published: 08/29/14

Teens accused of taking food from homeless shelter’s warehouse

HUDSON — A pair of 18-year-olds face burglary charges after they broke into a warehouse that stores goods for the homeless, and ate and destroyed $480 worth of packaged meals, a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office report said.
Published: 08/28/14

Most Citizens customers could see rates go down next year

BY JAMES L. ROSICA
Published: 08/28/14

Clearwater murder suspect’s living plans change

CLEARWATER — The Army major charged with first-degree murder and permitted to post bond has changed his local release address after complaints from community members.
Published: 08/28/14

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