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JLINE followed beat of different drummer to survive taunts

JLINE followed beat of different drummer to survive taunts

NEW PORT RICHEY — A throbbing beat of hip-hop songs and high-energy dance routines were more than enough to get the Schrader Elementary student body clapping, applauding, screaming and singing along Monday when JLINE Dance Crew performed....
Updated: 14 hours ago
PR sisters, teen male are missing

PR sisters, teen male are missing

Three Port Richey children are missing.
Updated: 15 hours ago
Fanfare surrounds NPR’s 90th birthday

Fanfare surrounds NPR’s 90th birthday

NEW PORT RICHEY — What a long, strange trip it’s been, New Port Richey leaders, past and present, marveled during the 90th birthday party of the founding of the city.
Updated: 18 hours ago
USO troupe to pay tribute to veterans at PHSC show

USO troupe to pay tribute to veterans at PHSC show

NEW PORT RICHEY — The Pasco-Hernando State College Foundation will hold its inaugural Salute to Veterans Performance for Sunday, Nov. 9.
Updated: 18 hours ago
Things go bump in the night at West Pasco Historical Society

Things go bump in the night at West Pasco Historical Society

NEW PORT RICHEY — Halloween is more than costumes and free candy. It’s also a holiday that focuses on everything that goes bump in the night. The local historical society brings together reports of supernatural happenings and the popula...
Updated: 18 hours ago
Food Day helps take a bite out of obesity

Food Day helps take a bite out of obesity

NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County’s first Food Day observance gave local residents plenty of food for thought about eating better.
Updated: 18 hours ago
Six local men train for power lifting world championships

Six local men train for power lifting world championships

Youngsters often look to pop-culture comics, books, movies and video games to find heroes, such as the ingenuity and intellect of “Iron Man”’s Tony Stark or the commitment to friendship and bravery of the “Hunger Games...
Updated: 18 hours ago
St. Pete’s art community needs a big splash of green

St. Pete’s art community needs a big splash of green

ST. PETERSBURG — Though the city has in recent years become a cultural destination, artists and gallery owners say they would like to see more city dollars invested in arts.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Seminole man accused of shopping with stolen credit card

Seminole man accused of shopping with stolen credit card

Deputies have charged a Seminole man with armed burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card.
Updated: 20 hours ago
Former Frenchy’s bookkeeper accused of embezzling $292,000

Former Frenchy’s bookkeeper accused of embezzling $292,000

A Palm Harbor woman was arrested Thursday, accused of stealing more than $292,000 over the past four years from Frenchy’s restaurants, where she worked as a bookkeeper.
Updated: 20 hours ago

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