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Hudson woman accused of fraudulently obtaining prescription drugs

HUDSON — A woman who worked at a dental office used her position to call in fraudulent prescriptions for herself at several pharmacies, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office reported.
Published: 09/12/14

Deputies: Woman used 3-year-old to help shoplift electronics

WESLEY CHAPEL — A Zephyrhills woman accused of stealing electronic devices from a Wesley Chapel Wal-Mart used a 3-year-old child to help smuggle the goods out of the store four days in a row, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office reported....
Published: 09/12/14
African American Club offering creative arts for youngsters

African American Club offering creative arts for youngsters

PORT RICHEY — The African American Club of Pasco began its free Fall Program on Creative Arts for all students kindergarten through sixth grade.
Published: 09/12/14
Some 200 people gather for NPR 9/11 memorial ceremony

Some 200 people gather for NPR 9/11 memorial ceremony

NEW PORT RICHEY — The tragedy of 9/11 remains seared into the memories of West Pasco residents 13 years later.
Published: 09/12/14
Commissioners OK Baker’s $10,000 raise

Commissioners OK Baker’s $10,000 raise

DADE CITY — Pasco commissioners have approved the full $10,000 raise in County Administrator Michele Baker’s contract.
Published: 09/12/14
Pasco marks 13th anniversary of 9/11

Pasco marks 13th anniversary of 9/11

Pasco County residents marked the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on U.S. soil with observances from one side of the county to the other.
Published: 09/12/14

Panel to take aim at human trafficking

DADE CITY — Pasco commissioners have established a local Commission on Human Trafficking to help raise awareness about the criminal enterprise and assist its victims.
Published: 09/12/14
Ex-Gator named principal at Genesis Prep

Ex-Gator named principal at Genesis Prep

PORT RICHEY — John Fairbanks has begun as principal of Genesis Preparatory.
Published: 09/12/14
Close encounters of the scaly kind delight Repticon visitors

Close encounters of the scaly kind delight Repticon visitors

NEW PORT RICHEY — Not everyone wants a pet of the furry kind. Some fans prefer to keep critters with scales.
Published: 09/12/14
Miracle for Mia event aids baby with spinal bifida

Miracle for Mia event aids baby with spinal bifida

NEW PORT RICHEY — Everyone wants to feel like they’re a part of something bigger than their everyday routines. So a group of benefactors put on a recent charity car show to raise funds for a baby who needs an expensive procedure....
Published: 09/12/14

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