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Pinellas got corrections grant Nocco wanted

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco was surprised this week to learn Pinellas County received a $750,000 grant to launch a program aimed at keeping nonviolent offenders from violating probation and going back to prison....
Published: 09/26/14
Festival celebrates magnificent flying machines

Festival celebrates magnificent flying machines

WESLEY CHAPEL — The second annual Festival of Flight brought area residents out last weekend to view airplanes on display and ride hot air balloons.
Published: 09/26/14

3 bid to design, build S.R. 56 extension to U.S. 301

WESLEY CHAPEL — Tampa- based Pepper Contracting is one of three Florida construction companies bidding to build the $60 million State Road 56 extension in southern Pasco County....
Published: 09/26/14
Area authors talk about art of writing, publishing

Area authors talk about art of writing, publishing

NEW PORT RICHEY — Most people have a book they read repeatedly because the story never gets old. A local art gallery gives people a chance to meet the authors who put their thoughts and stories on paper for our entertainment and knowledge, an...
Published: 09/27/14
Merlin’s Theater seeks to keep magic tradition alive

Merlin’s Theater seeks to keep magic tradition alive

NEW PORT RICHEY — Practicing magic since the tender age of 9, David Evangelista likes to think Houdini would be proud that he is carrying on the magic tradition.
Published: 09/27/14

Port Richey to fix alcoholic beverage open container law

PORT RICHEY — An omission in city codes has hindered Port Richey police officers from enforcing rules against open containers of alcoholic beverages in public places, interim Chief James M. Gabbard reported Tuesday night....
Published: 09/26/14
People turn out in large numbers to tidy up community

People turn out in large numbers to tidy up community

NEW PORT RICHEY — Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Rotary club members and other environmentally concerned volunteers took part in last weekend’s Pasco 2014 Coastal Cleanup.
Published: 09/25/14

PR narrows search for police chief to 4

PORT RICHEY — While praising interim Chief James M. Gabbard on Tuesday night, Port Richey officials soon could interview four finalists vying to become the city’s permanent police chief.
Published: 09/25/14
Bicyclists ride to bring attention to San Antonio hit-and-run case

Bicyclists ride to bring attention to San Antonio hit-and-run case

SAN ANTONIO — A group of bicyclists took to the roads of San Antonio on Wednesday evening to bring attention to an unsolved hit-and-run case that left a bicyclist hospitalized Sunday morning.
Published: 09/25/14
Adam Matos indicted for quadruple slayings in Hudson

Adam Matos indicted for quadruple slayings in Hudson

NEW PORT RICHEY — A grand jury has indicted Adam Matos on four counts of first-degree murder, the Pinellas-Pasco State Attorney’s Office reported.
Published: 09/25/14

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