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Students develop battle wound treatment system

Students develop battle wound treatment system

Without prompt care, a badly wounded soldier can easily bleed to death while being transported to a distant medical station. Two traditional treatments — tourniquets and medicated gauze pads — often cannot stop the blood loss from a deep ...
Published: 07/15/14
Therapy helps prevent depression from age-related vision loss

Therapy helps prevent depression from age-related vision loss

Older people losing their sight to the nation's most common cause of blindness would likely benefit from a multidisciplinary therapy that would help them ward off the depression that often accompanies the visual disorder. ...
Published: 07/15/14
New mall manager takes reins at Gulf View Square

New mall manager takes reins at Gulf View Square

PORT RICHEY — Jeff Laski has become the next mall manager at the Gulf View Square mall in Port Richey, Simon Property Group announced Tuesday.
Published: 07/11/14
Pasco OKs financing deal extension for baseball complex

Pasco OKs financing deal extension for baseball complex

DADE CITY — Retired baseball player Gary Sheffield earned his legendary status as a home run hitter. On Tuesday, he was the one doing the pitching.
Published: 07/09/14

Battle of ice rink rivals heating up in Pasco

WESLEY CHAPEL — When Gordie Zimmermann announced plans last month for a massive ice skating complex on Interstate 75, it seemed to put an end to speculation about where Pasco’s first ice rink would be built....
Published: 06/27/14
Days may be numbered for concrete plant on SR 54

Days may be numbered for concrete plant on SR 54

ODESSA — The owners of a concrete mixing plant just off State Road 54 may have simply delayed the inevitable last year when they asked for a vested rights determination from the county.
Updated: 1 months ago
Pasco officials to work with builders on signs

Pasco officials to work with builders on signs

DADE CITY — Pasco commissioners agreed to work with the Tampa Bay Builders Association to craft a revision to the sign ordinance that eliminates tattered feather banners from the county roadways without penalizing homebuilders....
Updated: 1 months ago
Pasco might ban feather advertising banners

Pasco might ban feather advertising banners

NEW PORT RICHEY — It seems like everyone from car lots to coffee shops, luxury homebuilders to barbershops, has used them at some point. But feather banners could soon be prohibited in Pasco County.
Updated: 1 months ago

UF team finds possible citrus greening remedy

ST. PETERSBURG — University of Florida researchers said Wednesday that they’ve found a possible treatment for a disease that’s devastating citrus trees around the state, but caution that it could be years before the cure could be...
Updated: 1 months ago

Little Greek chain has big area growth plans

TAMPA — The Little Greek fast-casual restaurant chain pinpointed four new Central Florida locations and one in Texas this week, following up on an aggressive expansion strategy announced in December....
Updated: 1 months ago

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