PORT RICHEY — The Bayou Business Association and Visit Pasco are busy setting up the 2015 Paddlepalooza Friday night through Sunday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The next concert by the Richey Community Orchestra is Sunday, April 19, when the Orchestra presents “Lullaby of Broadway,” organizers said.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Local Rotary clubs pitched in to improve the West Pasco Little League facility to ensure plenty of youngsters are able to enjoy the sport.
HUDSON — Homebuyers are invited to Lennar’s grand opening Saturday, April 25, at Lakeside, the homebuilder’s newest Pasco County community, on Newport Shores Drive.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Consultants insisted the first phase of rebuilding Sims Park will conclude by the end of the year as New Port Richey City Council members saw conceptual drawings before the design is finalized.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Nearly 400 patients who can’t afford health insurance could still have the option to go to the CARES Senior Health Clinic if a reprieve materializes.
TRINITY — Built just three years ago, Medical Center of Trinity has begun a $7 million expansion project to fill what its adminstrators say is a need in the community for care of newborns.
BAYONET POINT — Patricia Watt and husband Albert have sold art out of the USA Flea Market for 30 years, starting in 1984 in their store, Sun Gulf Art.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Carrie, a PACE School for Girls student, could be among the very few teens here that can explain the charter form of government that Pasco officials are now studying.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A large banner reads “PACE, Where Girls Can Rock,” near the entrance of the new location of PACE School for Girls.