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Leadership Pasco celebrates its 25th year

Leadership Pasco celebrates its 25th year

NEW PORT RICHEY — Leadership Pasco celebrates 25 years of building community leaders as it announces the Class of 2015.
Published: 10/22/14

Town hall meeting Thursday to focus on utility issues

NEW PORT RICHEY — A nonprofit watchdog group that pushes for clean energy alternatives and questions the actions of for--profit utilities and the state agencies that regulates a Thursday evening town hall meeting on electric charges and other ...
Published: 10/21/14
Opposites attracted to District 2 Commission seat

Opposites attracted to District 2 Commission seat

WESLEY CHAPEL — The race to replace longtime District 2 Commissioner Pat Mulieri will give county voters a choice between candidates at opposite ends of the political spectrum....
Published: 10/20/14

Anclote Elementary to get face-lift

NEW PORT RICHEY — Anclote Elementary will undergo a major renovation next year that will require temporarily relocating the students and staff.
Published: 10/20/14
Matos pleads not guilty in four Hudson killings

Matos pleads not guilty in four Hudson killings

NEW PORT RICHEY — Adam Matos, the man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, her parents and her new boyfriend and leaving their bodies in a field, pleaded not guilty this morning before Circuit Judge William R. Webb.
Published: 10/20/14

Fatal crash closes Ridge Road in PR

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that occurred this morning on Ridge Road at Lemon Road in Port Richey.
Published: 10/20/14
Children cope with grief through graffiti, painting

Children cope with grief through graffiti, painting

NEW PORT RICHEY — Gulfside Hospice staged Mending Hearts Family Nights in New Port Richey and Dade City to help teach children and parents ways to express their feelings both verbally and artistically.
Published: 10/17/14
Saint Leo University adds tech center

Saint Leo University adds tech center

ST. LEO — Saint Leo University and its business partners this week celebrated the opening of the BB&T Center for Innovation & Technology in the college’s Donald R. Tapia School of Business.
Published: 10/17/14

U.S. 19 widening, overpasses impractical, MPO leaders say

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco transportation planners say they will take a back seat about reshaping the U.S. 19 corridor until plans firm up for the Harbors redevelopment guidelines for the entire West Pasco community....
Published: 10/17/14
Bat infestation at Sunlake High becomes learning moment

Bat infestation at Sunlake High becomes learning moment

LAND O’ LAKES — When a colony of Brazilian free-tailed bats took up residence at Sunlake High School during the summer, science teachers decided the nocturnal creatures represented a learning opportunity that shouldn’t go to wast...
Published: 10/17/14

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