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Trinity area to get its first hotel

TRINITY — The fast-growing Trinity area is slated to get its first hotel: an 86-room Holiday Inn Express & Suites.
Published: 07/14/14

Men fatally struck by another car after Hudson crash

Two Pasco County men were killed Sunday night after they were involved in a crash in Hudson, and then struck by another car while in the roadway.
Published: 07/14/14
Holiday woman dies after being hit by car in PH

Holiday woman dies after being hit by car in PH

A 49-year-old woman running across U.S. 19 in Palm Harbor was struck by a car and killed Friday morning, troopers said.
Published: 07/11/14
NPR proposes no new taxes, same tax rate for FY 2015

NPR proposes no new taxes, same tax rate for FY 2015

NEW PORT RICHEY — With a $5.5 million surplus and the first increase in property values since 2008, city officials began delving into the city budget for the next fiscal year.
Published: 07/10/14
Updated: 07/11/14
New mall manager takes reins at Gulf View Square

New mall manager takes reins at Gulf View Square

PORT RICHEY — Jeff Laski has become the next mall manager at the Gulf View Square mall in Port Richey, Simon Property Group announced Tuesday.
Published: 07/11/14
Ferraro’s Studio Theatre getting ‘Coupled’

Ferraro’s Studio Theatre getting ‘Coupled’

NEW PORT RICHEY — After a critically acclaimed sold-out first show last month, the Jimmy Ferraro’s Studio Theatre cast is gearing up for the second production.
Published: 07/11/14
New Pasco I-75 interchange gets greenlight

New Pasco I-75 interchange gets greenlight

WESLEY CHAPEL — Pasco County could start construction on a new Interstate 75 interchange in the heart of the county in 2019.
Published: 07/11/14
Group wants to end Pasco prep football team prayers

Group wants to end Pasco prep football team prayers

LAND O’ LAKES — Controversy over high school football coaches and prayer could be heating up again in Pasco County.
Published: 07/11/14

Kiwanis Club collects school supplies for needy students

NEW PORT RICHEY — It may be summer, but Kiwanis Club of Greater West Pasco is teaming up with Gulfside Hospice & Pasco Palliative Care to collect supplies for needy students who will head back to school next month....
Published: 07/11/14
State geologists creating sinkhole risk map

State geologists creating sinkhole risk map

TALLAHASSEE — State geologists are well on their way to creating a statewide map showing where sinkholes are most likely to form.
Published: 07/10/14

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