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Taste of Trinity draws big crowd to Seven Springs Middle

Taste of Trinity draws big crowd to Seven Springs Middle

TRINITY — Hundreds of people visited the /2014 Taste for Trinity and Business Expo at Seven Springs Middle School to sample food while raising funds for the school.
Updated: 12 hours ago
NPR environmentalists boost boxed drinking water

NPR environmentalists boost boxed drinking water

NEW PORT RICHEY — Bottoms up, New Port Richey Environmental Committee members encouraged City Council members Tuesday night with samples of boxed drinking water.
Updated: 14 hours ago
Together We Stand for Safe Schools attracts strong turnout

Together We Stand for Safe Schools attracts strong turnout

NEW PORT RICHEY — One brightly smiling young girl had plenty to say after participating in the inaugural Together We Stand 5K Race for Safe Schools.
Updated: 19 hours ago
NPR event aims to recapture city’s Roaring 20s roots

NPR event aims to recapture city’s Roaring 20s roots

NEW PORT RICHEY — A blast from the past will mark one of the new events the city is backing.
Updated: 21 hours ago
Sheriff: Prisoner had previously escaped Pasco work detail to go shopping

Sheriff: Prisoner had previously escaped Pasco work detail to go shopping

NEW PORT RICHEY — An inmate who escaped from a prison work detail in Pasco County more than a week ago had done the same thing at least once before, Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco said Wednesday....
Published: 09/18/14
FDOT, businesses spar over pace of U.S. 19 construction

FDOT, businesses spar over pace of U.S. 19 construction

NEW PORT RICHEY — The pace of construction along U.S. 19 is driving some local business leaders up the wall, but state officials say changes in medians and other local requests extended the schedule to fall 2015 for some sections of the project...
Published: 09/12/14
Updated: 09/17/14
Motorcyclists help visually impaired in Ride For Sight

Motorcyclists help visually impaired in Ride For Sight

NEW PORT RICHEY — Organizations and businesses are always coming up with creative fundraisers to help a certain cause. A local branch of the Lions Club combined motorcycles and poker to create a benefit to help visually impaired people. ...
Published: 09/17/14

School Board approves budget for fiscal 2015

LAND O’ LAKES — The Pasco County School Board gave final approval Tuesday evening to its $1.2 billion budget for the school district’s 2015 fiscal year.
Published: 09/17/14

Pedestrian struck by van on SR 52 dies

A woman who was struck by a vehicle on Saturday died on Monday from injuries she sustained in the crash, the Florida Highway Patrol said on Tuesday.
Published: 09/17/14
Nocco defends domestic abuse investigation prior to Hudson slayings

Nocco defends domestic abuse investigation prior to Hudson slayings

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco on Tuesday defended his department’s investigation of the domestic violence case against Adam Matos amid questions about what steps were taken to protect Megan Brown and her family.
Published: 09/17/14

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