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Conjecture begins on consolidated VA clinic site

Conjecture begins on consolidated VA clinic site

NEW PORT RICHEY — After Congress tentatively set aside funds for a consolidated Veterans Affairs clinic in West Pasco, city, county and federal officials are wondering where the clinic might be located.
Updated: 11 hours ago
Fans to converge on anime-manga convention

Fans to converge on anime-manga convention

Japanese art and entertainment is popular in the United States, especially the animated shows called “anime” and the graphic novels called “manga.” A local convention this weekend will showcase the creativity and backgroun...
Updated: 11 hours ago

Researchers watching red tide from Pasco north

TAMPA — State wildlife officials and environmental researchers are watching a large bloom of red tide, trying to predict where it will go and the impact it will have on wildlife.
Updated: 15 hours ago
Mounted Posse visits Gulfside hospice patients

Mounted Posse visits Gulfside hospice patients

NEW PORT RICHEY — Patients at two Gulfside Centers for Hospice Care received a treat when the Pasco Sheriff’s Mounted Posse brought five of its horses during a recent visit.
Updated: 15 hours ago
Volunteers to fill 583 backpacks for needy students

Volunteers to fill 583 backpacks for needy students

HUDSON — Volunteers will gather Monday and Tuesday to assemble 583 backpacks for students in need.
Updated: 15 hours ago

Meeting mines ideas for West Pasco waterfront

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County has won all kinds of awards for its Harbors Plan to redevelop the county’s waterfront and U.S.19 corridor. But for now, it’s just a plan. ...
Updated: 16 hours ago

Two builders selected for former SR 54 ranch

ODESSA — Eco-friendly developer Hines Inc. has tapped Ashton Woods Homes and David Weekley Homes as the builders for the former Behnke Ranch property, renamed Asturia....
Updated: 16 hours ago
Bachelors auctioned at Vegas-style charity event

Bachelors auctioned at Vegas-style charity event

NEW PORT RICHEY — If you were in New Port Richey the final Friday of July and you weren’t a guest at Spartan Manor, then you missed one of the hottest social events of the season.
Published: 07/31/14
Holiday shelter misused grant money, officials say

Holiday shelter misused grant money, officials say

HOLIDAY — A Pasco County youth shelter that has housed boys from Central America since June has paid the county $167,762 for misusing federal funds....
Published: 07/31/14

‘Paper Towns’ returns to Pasco school’s summer reading list

LAND O’ LAKES — “Paper Towns,” the young adult novel removed from a middle school’s summer reading list after a Pasco County mother complained about its sexual content, is back on the list....
Published: 07/30/14

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