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Pumpkin patch offers thousands of choices

Pumpkin patch offers thousands of choices

NEW PORT RICHEY — Halloween shoppers have thousands of pumpkins from which to choose to become jack-o-lanterns at the pumpkin patch at First United Methodist Church of New Port Richey.
Published: 10/24/14
NPR invites entire city for 90th birthday party

NPR invites entire city for 90th birthday party

NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials invite the public to a 90th birthday bash on Monday.
Published: 10/24/14
Breast cancer survivor due to give birth soon

Breast cancer survivor due to give birth soon

WESLEY CHAPEL — Rachell Moodie won’t attend the Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk today, but the cancer survivor has a pretty good excuse.
Published: 10/24/14

Special tax district eyed for Starkey district park

ODESSA — County commissioners will ask West Pasco residents if they’re willing to pay a higher tax rate to build a massive district park at Starkey Ranch....
Published: 10/24/14

Nutrition rules eat into school fundraisers

LAND O’ LAKES — Pasco County School Board members expressed frustration this week about new federal standards that forced schools to change their a la carte offerings in cafeterias and their rules for fundraisers involving food. ...
Published: 10/24/14
More than 1,000 people flock to Trunk or Treat

More than 1,000 people flock to Trunk or Treat

NEW PORT RICHEY — Halloween is right around the corner and Pasco has many events for young kids to enjoy the holiday throughout the month of October.
Published: 10/25/14
Teens bring stories to life in library mash-up play

Teens bring stories to life in library mash-up play

Bringing stories to a stage is a great way to bring them to life. The local public library gave teens the chance to bring their favorite stories and act them out in front of an audience.
Published: 10/25/14
Coastal redevelopment plan continues to take shape

Coastal redevelopment plan continues to take shape

NEW PORT RICHEY — An action plan for the U.S. 19 corridor is emerging as city and county officials narrow sites to two potential areas to begin redevelopment of West Pasco, they announced Monday.
Published: 10/23/14
Mitchell High teacher will undergo gender change

Mitchell High teacher will undergo gender change

TRINITY — A social studies teacher at J.W. Mitchell High School has begun the process of gender transition and plans to present himself as a woman no later than the beginning of next school year, the school’s principal announced to sta...
Published: 10/23/14
Rowdies fans turn out by hundreds for exhibition

Rowdies fans turn out by hundreds for exhibition

NEW PORT RICHEY — Hundreds of West Pasco soccer fans gathered Tuesday night at W.H. Jack Mitchell Jr. Park to watch the Tampa Bay Rowdies team practice and drill.
Published: 10/23/14

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