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Teens dish it out in Iron Chef competition

Teens dish it out in Iron Chef competition

NEW PORT RICHEY ­— “Here is your mission,” Jacob Hammers told the group of teenagers standing in a huddle by the microwaves and blenders. “These are the ingredients you’ll be using. You have to make two dessert...
Published: 04/18/14
New mayor wants more NPR Council work sessions

New mayor wants more NPR Council work sessions

NEW PORT RICHEY — On his first night in office, Mayor Rob Marlowe asked his fellow city council members to roll up their sleeves with him by scheduling more work sessions.
Published: 04/18/14
County planning Hicks Road sidewalk project

County planning Hicks Road sidewalk project

HUDSON — Pasco County Engineering Services held a neighborhood meeting Tuesday night at Hudson High School concerning a sidewalk planned on Hicks Road from State Road 52 to Hudson Avenue.
Published: 04/18/14

Pasco again surveying public on issues

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County launched its annual online citizen survey Thursday, giving residents a voice on hot-button issues like the possible gas tax increase and the controversial elevated toll road proposed for State Road 54/56....
Published: 04/18/14
Pinellas will pay back taxes on Crossbar Ranch land

Pinellas will pay back taxes on Crossbar Ranch land

CLEARWATER — Shortly after Pinellas County commissioners voted unanimously to fire County Administrator Bob LaSala they gave staff clear instructions to pay more than $110,000 in back taxes owed to Pasco County for the Crossbar and Al-Bar ranc...
Published: 04/18/14

Hudson hospital offers recycling on Earth Day

HUDSON — In commemoration of Earth Day, April 22, to demonstrate support for environmental protection, Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point will provide a recycling opportunity for employees and the general public from 9 a.m. until noon on Tu...
Published: 04/18/14
Visually impaired youths follow beeping Easter eggs

Visually impaired youths follow beeping Easter eggs

NEW PORT RICHEY — Hearing was believing for children with vision problems at one Easter egg hunt last weekend.
Published: 04/18/14

NPR council could revive rental inspection proposal

NEW PORT RICHEY — With half of New Port Richey’s homes now rentals, city officials might revive a proposal for a rental inspection program to discourage negligent landlords and tenants.
Published: 04/18/14
Great American Cleanup draws 55 volunteers at one site

Great American Cleanup draws 55 volunteers at one site

HOLIDAY — Picking up a piece of trash on the sidewalk and disposing of it properly is a good deed that almost everyone has done. But for some people, picking up one piece of litter isn’t enough.
Published: 04/19/14

PR manager asks FDLE to probe police chief; no confidence voted

PORT RICHEY — A union meeting Wednesday night delivered a vote of no confidence against Police Chief Dave Brown, according to City Manager Tom O’Neill.
Published: 04/17/14

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