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WESLEY CHAPEL — Pepin Academies, a charter school that plans to open in Pasco County in August 2014, will hold its first board of directors meeting at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Shops at Wiregrass.
TRINITY — Morton Plant Mease Outpatient Center has broken ground on a project that will expand the BayCare Ambulatory Surgery Center.
TRINITY — Inside a small office with cream-colored walls and light classical music playing in the background, seven women are gathered in a circle to share intimate moments from their lives.
NEW PORT RICHEY — More than 200 real estate leaders gathered here last week to learn more about changes in insurance coverage through Citizens Property Insurance for homes with previous sinkhole claims.
ODESSA — Houston-based real estate developer Hines paid $21 million this week for the former Behnke ranch property on State Road 54 and plans to start construction on a major new community early next year.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A program director has resigned and two others were fired following a sexual harassment investigation at Pasco-Hernando Community College.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County and the Florida Department of Transportation are finishing up a $5.7 million traffic management system that will help relieve congestion on some of west Pasco's busiest roadways.
LUTZ — Close to 600 people walked or ran in memory or honor of loved ones at the recent Hike for Hospice at Rasmussen College Land O’ Lakes/East Pasco Campus, where more than $56,000 was raised.
A Wesley Chapel woman was arrested Wednesday in connection with an October road rage incident in which she allegedly stabbed another driver while stopped at a traffic light in the Seven Springs-Trinity area, according to the Pasco Sheriff’s Of...
HOLIDAY — In the cafeteria at Paul R. Smith Middle School, U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis spoke to a group of eighth-grade students who normally spend the last class period of their day buzzing with the excitement that only a Friday can bring.
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