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Inmate left in courthouse holding cell; bailiff fired

Inmate left in courthouse holding cell; bailiff fired

LAND O’ LAKES — A Pasco County Sheriff’s Office bailiff was fired after he left an inmate overnight in a holding cell at the West Pasco Judicial Complex.
Published: 12/16/14

Vandals damage Anclote Cemetery gravestones

HOLIDAY — U.S. Marine Corps. PFC William Alfred Hadsock was 19 when he was killed in Vietnam on Aug. 18, 1968. Like many other family members, he was buried at Anclote Cemetery.
Published: 12/15/14
Groundbreaking ceremony launches Holiday Inn Express

Groundbreaking ceremony launches Holiday Inn Express

TRINITY — Build it and they will come, community leaders believed as they attended the recent groundbreaking for the first hotel in the Trinity area.
Published: 12/15/14
NPR police to renew U.S. 19 pedestrian, bicycle safety efforts

NPR police to renew U.S. 19 pedestrian, bicycle safety efforts

NEW PORT RICHEY — Since 2010, New Port Richey police have been emphasizing that pedestrians must walk the line in obeying traffic laws to cut down on injuries and fatalities.
Published: 12/12/14
Updated: 12/15/14

Man, 62, killed in crash on State Road 54 in NPR

A 62-year-old man was killed in a crash after pulling out in front of an SUV on State Road 54 in West Pasco on Sunday, troopers said.
Published: 12/15/14

Pasco weighs lacrosse tournament’s impact

WESLEY CHAPEL — In a few weeks, teenage boys will descend on Pasco County from across the U.S. and Canada for the largest youth lacrosse tournament in the nation.
Published: 12/15/14
Wesley Chapel outlet mall plans to open in October

Wesley Chapel outlet mall plans to open in October

WESLEY CHAPEL — With the ceremonial shovel turn of dirt out of the way, global mall developer Simon Property Group is now in a race to finish the huge, Tampa Premium Outlets in time for next year’s holiday shopping season.
Published: 12/12/14
NPR puts up fence under U.S. 19 bridge to deter vagrants

NPR puts up fence under U.S. 19 bridge to deter vagrants

NEW PORT RICHEY — Vagrants congregating under the south side of the U.S. 19 bridge over the Pithlachascotee River convinced New Port Richey officials to put up a fence to block the corner.
Published: 12/12/14
River Lights Boat Parade organizers announce winners

River Lights Boat Parade organizers announce winners

NEW PORT RICHEY — Organizers of the 15th River Lights Boat Parade announced prize winners and pointed out how last weekend’s event produced many firsts.
Published: 12/12/14
One killed, two injured in wrong-way Pasco collision

One killed, two injured in wrong-way Pasco collision

One person was killed and two injured Thursday afternoon in a wrong way crash in Pasco, the second in the county within 24 hours, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Published: 12/12/14

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