River Ridge may need to run the table
PORT RICHEY — The Sears property at Gulf View Square is up for sale, along with three other Sears buildings in Florida.
TARPON SPRINGS – It’s no secret the state of Florida, and Pinellas County in particular, has become a hotbed for the booming craft beer industry in the last decade. According to a recent study…
Arts & Entertainment
ST. PETERSBURG – Have Gun, Will Travel, along with special guests, will present a tribute to “The Last Waltz” Saturday, Oct. 6, 8 p.m., at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College, 253 Fifth Av… Read more
LARGO – The Mersey Beatles, an all-Liverpool-born Beatles tribute band and the house band for over 10 years at the world-famous Cavern Club, will play Friday, Oct. 5, 8 p.m., at Central Park P… Read more
As Hurricane Michael was surge toward landfall in the Panhandle on Oct. 10, a tidal surge associated with the Category 4 storm pushed water from the Anclote River over the sea walls and onto Dodecanese Boulevard, in the heart of the Sponge Docks tourist district. City officials said they wer…
The hammer rose and fell as the windows from the Hacienda, the historic Mediterranean revival-style former hotel in downtown New Port Richey, were being auctioned off on Sept. 22. Because the Hacienda is under renovation, the auction was held at the nearby vacant former office space on Grand…
PALM HARBOR – The Florida Professional Firefighters and Fraternal Order of Police District 3 have endorsed Julie Peluso for her re-election as Palm Harbor Fire Commissioner, Seat 2.
CLEARWATER — Zev Buffman says he’s still in great shape and he’s content knowing he’s leaving Ruth Eckerd Hall in great shape.
TARPON SPRINGS — Earlier this summer, city officials received word that their long running efforts to secure federal funding for the Anclote River dredging project had been rewarded in the for…
The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County announced Oct. 3 that it is investigating two cases of legionellosis within the same apartment community.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Pasco County officials will receive $285,000 to expand services for addiction and mental health, according to U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis.