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.
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....
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.
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.
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...
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.
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.
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....
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...
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...