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Morton Plant North Bay Hospital to celebrate 50th year

Morton Plant North Bay Hospital to celebrate 50th year

NEW PORT RICHEY — To celebrate its 50 years of service to the West Pasco community, Morton Plant North Bay Hospital is inviting the public to a community celebration.
Published: 01/23/15
NPR prepares to ink Hacienda redevelopment deal

NPR prepares to ink Hacienda redevelopment deal

NEW PORT RICHEY — Developers and city officials are preparing to sign a contract for renovations of the historic Hacienda hotel, a downtown landmark.
Published: 01/23/15

NPR film festival to showcase local cinematic artists

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Thomas Meighan Project is accepting films to be shown at its 2015 Thomas Meighan Film Festival May 1 and 2 at the historic Richey Suncoast Theatre.
Published: 01/23/15

Technical college named for educator Marchman

LAND O’ LAKES — Brian Marchman traveled from Gainesville to Land O’ Lakes with a simple request.
Published: 01/23/15
Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

TRILBY — Alwyn Purkis put his life into Pasco Honey.
Published: 01/23/15

Developers have big plans along S.R. 54

Lutz businessman Carl Anderson, owner of Caliente Resort, is in the process of selling 28 acres across from the Cypress Creek Town Center to an Orlando-based shopping center developer.
Published: 01/23/15

Pasco faces spending cuts or tax hikes

DADE CITY — Even with the economy on the upswing, Pasco County is struggling to pay its bills and could be broke in a few years unless commissioners cut spending or raise taxes.
Published: 01/23/15
Event in PR pays homage to MLK

Event in PR pays homage to MLK

PORT RICHEY — Singing “We Shall Overcome,” scores of people of all faiths joined the symbolic march Monday in celebration of the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and to pledge to continue the nonviolent protests the civi...
Published: 01/19/15
Updated: 01/23/15

School News, Jan. 24

Pasco woman is Miss Florida hopeful
Published: 01/22/15
NPR celebrates its Tree City USA status

NPR celebrates its Tree City USA status

NEW PORT RICHEY — Trees are a part of our environment that are often taken for granted. As a city, New Port Richey celebrates Arbor Day to bring attention to the importance of trees in our community.
Published: 01/22/15

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