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Special-ed student found on school bus at Dade City garage

WESLEY CHAPEL — A special education student who was supposed to be dropped off Tuesday morning at Double Branch Elementary in Wesley Chapel instead stayed on his school bus and ended up at a bus garage in Dade City, the Pasco County School Dis...
Updated: 19 hours ago
Pasco administrator’s first year gets mixed reviews

Pasco administrator’s first year gets mixed reviews

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County Administrator Michele Baker’s first year was either wildly successful or a huge disappointment — depending on which commissioner you ask.
Updated: 19 hours ago

Saint Leo University president to retire

ST. LEO — The president of Saint Leo University announced Tuesday he plans to retire at the end of the 2014-15 academic year.
Updated: 19 hours ago
Pasco Arts Council mentioned as possible tenant for vacant church

Pasco Arts Council mentioned as possible tenant for vacant church

NEW PORT RICHEY — After eight years, city officials have a possible a user for the former church the city bought in 2006.
Published: 08/19/14
Make-A-Wish sends boy on fishing expedition

Make-A-Wish sends boy on fishing expedition

ODESSA — Make-A-Wish of Central and Northern Florida granted the wish of a Pasco County child.
Published: 08/20/14
Regional Medical Center opens Pasco’s first GME

Regional Medical Center opens Pasco’s first GME

HUDSON — The medical career field is one of the most respected career paths, and also requires extensive education. This year, a local hospital opened the first medical program for graduates in the county.
Published: 08/20/14

Pasco Commission candidate wants voters to reject ‘outside money’

WESLEY CHAPEL — Pasco County Commission candidate Ken Littlefield has called on voters to reject “outside money and influence” making a last minute push in the Republican primary race for the District 2 commission seat....
Published: 08/19/14
Campers hear anti-bullying message from school officer

Campers hear anti-bullying message from school officer

PORT RICHEY — With students heading back to classes, local law enforcement leaders spoke to the Salvation Army summer campers last week about anti- bullying behavior.
Published: 08/19/14
Demolition blitz clears NPR eyesore properties

Demolition blitz clears NPR eyesore properties

NEW PORT RICHEY — Eyesores continue to disappear from the New Port Richey city landscape as officials seek to spruce up the city’s image.
Published: 08/19/14

SPCA Suncoast to hold Neuter-a-Thon Aug. 24

NEW PORT RICHEY — When SPCA Suncoast officials pleaded for help from the community during a crisis this spring, residents came through with loads of donations. Now, SPCA Suncoast is planning some events to try to help return the favor....
Published: 08/19/14

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