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Wilson taps toll road foes for re-election help

Wilson taps toll road foes for re-election help

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco Commissioner Henry Wilson, facing a primary opponent in his first re-election bid, has asked the leaders of a toll road opposition group for campaign contributions and petition signatures.
Updated: 53 mins ago
Cotee River Seafood Festival anchors busy weekend

Cotee River Seafood Festival anchors busy weekend

NEW PORT RICHEY — If something for everyone was the goal, then organizers of Cotee River Seafood, Blues Festival and Boat Show seem to have hit the mark with festivities April 25-27 in downtown New Port Richey.
Updated: 17 hours ago
Regional Medical Center salutes volunteers of the year

Regional Medical Center salutes volunteers of the year

HUDSON — Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point recognized two volunteers of the year, Colleen D’Amario and Dominic Asaro.
Updated: 19 hours ago
Summertree group renews quest for buyout of private utility

Summertree group renews quest for buyout of private utility

HUDSON — Fearful utility lobbyists might push through adverse state legislation, the Summertree Water Alliance task force is renewing efforts for Pasco County to buy out the private utility that serves several Hudson-area subdivisions....
Updated: 19 hours ago
Computer sign-in snag halts Pasco FCAT testing

Computer sign-in snag halts Pasco FCAT testing

LAND O’ LAKES — The Pasco County school district temporarily halted some FCAT exams this morning after some schools encountered problems signing into the software system provided by Pearson Inc.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Playground boosts visitors to Grey Preserve

Playground boosts visitors to Grey Preserve

NEW PORT RICHEY — To borrow a phrase from a 1980s hit song, kids just wanna have fun, as demonstrated by the new playground at James E. Grey Preserve.
Updated: 23 hours ago
Trinity studio owners to open second franchise

Trinity studio owners to open second franchise

TRINITY — At their colorfully decorated studio on SR 54, Michelle Beres and Sharon Reis goofed off as the photographer snapped photos of the friends. Todd Pillars directed them where to stand and at what angle to hold their paintbrushes....
Updated: 23 hours ago
Great American Cleanup draws 55 volunteers at Holiday site

Great American Cleanup draws 55 volunteers at Holiday 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
Updated: 04/22/14

NPR pedestrian dies from February crash injuries

A 66-year-old man died Saturday from injuries sustained seven weeks ago when he was crossing a New Port Richey road and was hit by a car, troopers said.
Published: 04/21/14
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

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