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District tweaks Bayonet Point Middle plan

LAND O’ LAKES — Students at Bayonet Point Middle School, who were scheduled to move into 35 portable classrooms during the 2015-16 academic year while their school is renovated, won’t be doing that after all. ...
Published: 12/19/14
Nearly 400 students earn PHSC degrees

Nearly 400 students earn PHSC degrees

NEW PORT RICHEY — Rachel Alexander decided on a career in nursing when she was serving as a medic in the U.S. Army.
Published: 12/19/14
Pasco deputy shoots man during domestic call

Pasco deputy shoots man during domestic call

A man who battered his girlfriend was shot by deputies early Friday after he threatened them with a wooden nightstand at a Holiday home, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 12/19/14
Bell ringers make last-minute appeals for red kettle drive

Bell ringers make last-minute appeals for red kettle drive

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Salvation Army Pasco Corps’ 2014 red kettle campaign is entering its final lap to raise enough money to support numerous charitable programs for the community.
Published: 12/19/14
San Antonio mayor arrested on DUI charge

San Antonio mayor arrested on DUI charge

NEW PORT RICHEY — San Antonio Mayor Tim Newlon’s blood-alcohol content was over twice the legal limit when he was arrested around midnight Thursday and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, a Pasco County Sheriff’s...
Published: 12/18/14

Most Pasco high schools earn top grades

LAND O’ LAKES — Most high schools in Pasco County earned an A or a B for the 2013-14 academic year and none earned a D or F, according to data released Thursday morning by the Florida Department of Education....
Published: 12/18/14
County OKs building permit for Wesley Chapel hockey complex

County OKs building permit for Wesley Chapel hockey complex

WESLEY CHAPEL — Pasco County will soon be home to the largest ice hockey facility in Florida.
Published: 12/18/14

Gulfside Elementary principal placed on leave

HOLIDAY — The principal at Gulfside Elementary has been placed on paid administrative leave after a teacher made a complaint about him, the Pasco County School District reported.
Published: 12/17/14

Man accused of damaging Anclote Cemetery gravestones

HOLIDAY — The Pasco Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday arrested a 21-year-old man in connection with extensive vandalism at Anclote Cemetery.
Published: 12/17/14
Pasco man who designed interrogation techniques says he raised concerns to CIA

Pasco man who designed interrogation techniques says he raised concerns to CIA

James Mitchell, the Pasco County man who helped create the interrogation techniques at the heart of a five-year, $40 million investigation by Senate Democrats, and who took part in the waterboarding of the mastermind of 9/11, says he is not a victim,...
Published: 12/17/14

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