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Family displaced after fire at Trinity home

An adult and two children escaped injury when their Trinity home caught fire this morning.
Published: 09/16/14
Trinity woman accused of being drunk during school pickup

Trinity woman accused of being drunk during school pickup

A New Port Richey woman was found to be drunk Friday after she tried to pick up a child from an elementary school and drove into two vehicles, the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office said.
Published: 09/09/14
Medical Center of Trinity opens youth art contest

Medical Center of Trinity opens youth art contest

TRINITY — Medical Center of Trinity is encouragingyoungsters with an artistic flair to pay tribute to soldiers and veterans through the third annual Expressions of Thanks youth art contest
Published: 09/05/14
Guitarist ‘Mr. Tommy’ makes music magic for Pasco children

Guitarist ‘Mr. Tommy’ makes music magic for Pasco children

WESLEY CHAPEL — Mr. Tommy, in his feathered Mad Hatter hat, smiles and laughs and raises his arms in celebration as he teaches children about the joys of music.
Published: 09/05/14
Plans for mall on Mitchell Ranch land unveiled

Plans for mall on Mitchell Ranch land unveiled

TRINITY — West Pasco soon could get an outdoor shopping mall to rival The Shops at Wiregrass.
Published: 09/05/14

Election results: Pasco County

Pasco County Commission
Published: 08/27/14
Upscale homes rising in Wiregrass

Upscale homes rising in Wiregrass

WESLEY CHAPEL — Conventional wisdom in real estate development says that rooftops come first, before the shopping centers and schools and offices.
Published: 08/22/14
Pasco deputies patrol for stopped-school bus violators

Pasco deputies patrol for stopped-school bus violators

NEW PORT RICHEY — With students returning to classes this week, Pasco Sheriff’s Office deputies will increase patrols near school bus stops to target drivers who illegally pass a bus.
Published: 08/21/14
School year begins for 64,500 students

School year begins for 64,500 students

ZEPHYRHILLS — A familiar face from classrooms past greeted Principal Julie Marks outside Chester Taylor Elementary Monday morning, soon after parents and students began arriving for the first day of school in Pasco County....
Updated: 1 months ago
New Pasco school year sees big changes

New Pasco school year sees big changes

DADE CITY — A surprise awaited fifth-grader Gema Hernandez when she arrived at Cox Elementary School’s meet-the-teacher day last week.
Updated: 1 months ago

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