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Nocco: Landlords accountable for crimes at rental homes

Nocco: Landlords accountable for crimes at rental homes

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco Sheriff Chris Nocco vowed Wednesday to crack down on landlords who are renting out houses where criminal activity is happening, possibly even seizing the homes.
Updated: 3 hours ago
Sheriff’s ranks swelling; PHFR vet retires

Sheriff’s ranks swelling; PHFR vet retires

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri welcomed 38 new deputies to his ranks during a swearing-in ceremony last Friday at the sheriff’s administration building in Largo.
Updated: 4 hours ago

Progress made on road near Tarpon water plant

TARPON SPRINGS — The city took another step toward finally connecting a segmented roadway north of the Anclote River.
Updated: 5 hours ago
School play recreates ‘First Thanksgiving’

School play recreates ‘First Thanksgiving’

TRINITY — Genesis School students learn the meaning behind Thanksgiving as they performed a play at the Trinity campus.
Updated: 6 hours ago
Deputies cleared in Dunedin fatal shooting

Deputies cleared in Dunedin fatal shooting

ST. PETERSBURG — Two Pinellas County deputies placed on leave after firing their weapons, resulting in a death, have been cleared to return to duty.
Updated: 8 hours ago
2 Tarpon High Color Guard members named All-Americans

2 Tarpon High Color Guard members named All-Americans

TARPON SPRINGS — Two more Tarpon Springs High School seniors will represent the school during January’s U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio, Texas.
Updated: 8 hours ago

Judge gives killer teen chance of parole

ST. PETERSBURG — A Pinellas County circuit judge faced with conflicting legal precedents today sentenced a teenager convicted of first-degree murder to life in prison with the possibility of parole after 25 years....
Published: 11/25/14

HPH Hospice seasonal event celebrates 20th anniversary

NEW PORT RICHEY — With holiday lights twinkling, HPH Hospice is getting into the spirit as the nonprofit agency celebrates the 20th anniversary of its Tree of Life community fundraiser beginning Friday, Nov. 28. ...
Published: 11/26/14

Help available for winter heating bills through Duke Energy

NEW PORT RICHEY — Duke Energy is prepared to assist customers in Florida who may struggle to pay their energy bill this winter, company officials said.
Published: 11/26/14

NPR readying alcohol rule amendments

NEW PORT RICHEY — After clarifying the clarifications of the clarifications at a work session, City Council members feel confident changes to the city alcohol ordinance are ready to go to public hearing.
Published: 11/25/14

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