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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

T. Rowe Price wants to sell Pasco property

LAND O’ LAKES — Two months after T. Rowe Price stunned Pasco officials by announcing it had scrapped plans for a new regional campus on State Road 54, the company is now looking to sell its 90-acre site....
Published: 07/10/14

PHSC: Most police academy training allegations not true

NEW PORT RICHEY — An inquiry into allegations of possible training discrepancies at Pasco-Hernando State College’s law enforcement academy revealed that one claim was substantially true, the college reported Wednesday....
Published: 07/09/14

Fee for Pasco road paving excludes Pinellas-owned land

DADE CITY — Despite protests from some property owners, the Pasco County Commission voted Tuesday to pave a lime-rock road where one resident said dust is so thick it looks like snow when it settles on trees.
Published: 07/09/14
Pasco OKs financing deal extension for baseball complex

Pasco OKs financing deal extension for baseball complex

DADE CITY — Retired baseball player Gary Sheffield earned his legendary status as a home run hitter. On Tuesday, he was the one doing the pitching.
Published: 07/09/14
Revenue boost may pay for Pasco sheriff’s budget hike

Revenue boost may pay for Pasco sheriff’s budget hike

DADE CITY — Pasco County Administrator Michele Baker on Tuesday presented her $1.2 billion budget that takes full advantage of the county’s first boost in tax revenue since the recession. ...
Published: 07/08/14
LED streetlights will shine down on NPR streets

LED streetlights will shine down on NPR streets

NEW PORT RICHEY — Many New Port Richey leaders are spotting positive trends pointing the city to a bright future, starting with LED streetlights that maintain their brightness.
Published: 07/09/14
Movie ‘Coming out of the Dark’ serves as eye-opener

Movie ‘Coming out of the Dark’ serves as eye-opener

PORT RICHEY — In Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus counties, there are 25,000 people who are blind or visually impaired. To help them with their everyday life, a local organization set out to inform the public about different perspectives visually i...
Published: 07/09/14
JiggleMan rescues youngsters from summer doldrums

JiggleMan rescues youngsters from summer doldrums

NEW PORT RICHEY — Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane … No, it’s JiggleMan!
Published: 07/02/14
Updated: 07/08/14

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