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Saga over Ridge Road extension continues into 16th year

Saga over Ridge Road extension continues into 16th year

NEW PORT RICHEY — Early in 2013, U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis urged federal regulators to help resolve the long-running regulatory stalemate over the Ridge Road extension project.
Published: 07/30/14
Three years in the making, food bank warehouse could open soon

Three years in the making, food bank warehouse could open soon

NEW PORT RICHEY — Dreams do come true, Lester Cypher firmly believes, but they don’t always follow his timetable.
Published: 07/29/14
Suncoast Big Brothers Big Sisters units to merge

Suncoast Big Brothers Big Sisters units to merge

TAMPA — Two local Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies are merging and, as of Jan. 1, will combine to mentor about 3,350 children from Polk County to Pinellas, from Hillsborough County to Citrus.
Published: 07/29/14

Legal challenge to Hudson hospital’s trauma center dropped

TALLAHASSEE — Three Tampa Bay-area hospitals filed notices last week that they are dropping legal challenges against trauma centers at Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, in Hudson, and Blake Medical Center in Manatee County.
Published: 07/29/14
Pasco Fire Station 30 to serve as prototype

Pasco Fire Station 30 to serve as prototype

NEW PORT RICHEY – From its birth in the early 1970s, the former Magnolia Valley Volunteer Fire Department blazed a path through the annals of West Pasco history.
Published: 07/25/14
Updated: 07/26/14
Dollar General to open standalone NPR store as replacement

Dollar General to open standalone NPR store as replacement

NEW PORT RICHEY — A standalone Dollar General store will replace the location that has been a fixture in the East Richey Square shopping center, across the street.
Published: 07/25/14

PR man in Pasco jail accused of inmate ID thef

LAND O’ LAKES — Even jail inmates aren’t safe from identity theft.
Published: 07/25/14

School tax rate goes down, bills up

LAND O’ LAKES — Pasco County residents could see a drop in the rate they pay for school property taxes.
Published: 07/25/14
Chick-fil-A attracts patrons with whimsical outfits

Chick-fil-A attracts patrons with whimsical outfits

PORT RICHEY — Customers were “moo-o-ved” to dress up for Chick-fil-A’s Cow Appreciation Day.
Published: 07/25/14

Police academy report cites conflicts among staff

NEW PORT RICHEY — An internal review of Pasco-Hernando State College’s law enforcement academy revealed “a pervasive atmosphere of conflict and distrust,” particularly between two instructor coordinators, according to a co...
Published: 07/25/14

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