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PHSC West gallery to present clay art exhibit

PHSC West gallery to present clay art exhibit

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco-Hernando State College’s Rao Musunuru, M.D., Art Gallery will display the Heritage Vessel Collection during “Keeping a Legacy Alive in Clay,” an exhibit by artist David Mack....
Published: 01/27/15
Pregnant woman struck by hit-and-run driver in Holiday

Pregnant woman struck by hit-and-run driver in Holiday

A pregnant woman was being treated for minor injuries after she was struck today by a hit-and-run driver in Holiday, deputies said.
Published: 01/27/15

Hudson man’s body found in water outside PR restaurant

PORT RICHEY — Port Richey police believe the man whose body was recovered from the Pithlachascotee River Sunday afternoon may have taken his own life.
Published: 01/26/15

Holiday residents ‘shook up’ by small depression near area of sinkholes

HOLIDAY — Apprehension among some residents in the Holiday Travel Park was apparent Monday after a small depression was found on Torch Street, where a massive sinkhole swallowed a Hyundai Accent in November, the park’s property manager ...
Published: 01/26/15

Small depression opens on same Holiday road where sinkhole swallowed car

HOLIDAY — A small depression opened Sunday in Holiday Travel Park on the same street where a sinkhole swallowed a Hyundai Accent in November, Pasco County spokesman Doug Tobin said.
Published: 01/26/15
Morton Plant North Bay Hospital to celebrate 50th year

Morton Plant North Bay Hospital to celebrate 50th year

NEW PORT RICHEY — To celebrate its 50 years of service to the West Pasco community, Morton Plant North Bay Hospital is inviting the public to a community celebration.
Published: 01/23/15
NPR prepares to ink Hacienda redevelopment deal

NPR prepares to ink Hacienda redevelopment deal

NEW PORT RICHEY — Developers and city officials are preparing to sign a contract for renovations of the historic Hacienda hotel, a downtown landmark.
Published: 01/23/15

NPR film festival to showcase local cinematic artists

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Thomas Meighan Project is accepting films to be shown at its 2015 Thomas Meighan Film Festival May 1 and 2 at the historic Richey Suncoast Theatre.
Published: 01/23/15

Technical college named for educator Marchman

LAND O’ LAKES — Brian Marchman traveled from Gainesville to Land O’ Lakes with a simple request.
Published: 01/23/15
Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

Beekeepers keep Pasco Honey buzzing

TRILBY — Alwyn Purkis put his life into Pasco Honey.
Published: 01/23/15

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