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NEW PORT RICHEY — All Tammy Carr wanted to do was shed a lot of pounds after her weight had mushroomed.
HUDSON — The nonprofit One Community Now lived up to its name organizing the three-day Stand Down that attracted hundreds of veterans and their supporters.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Started in 2004, the stalled Main Street Landing project could be completed under a tentative agreement reached this summer between the developer and city officials....
NEW PORT RICHEY — The wheels are turning to interconnect trails for bicyclists and pedestrians between Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Greater New Port Richey Main Street has gone through several major makeovers duringits 25 years, with another transformation coming in October.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery supporters could walk off into the sunset shortly after the second, and possibly last, Autumn Art Walk Festival on Oct. 17.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Dallas, a 3-year-old Doberman, had been pregnant practically her entire life in a cage too small for her to stand up and turn around until she was rescued from breed...
HUDSON — A vast expanse of white wall used to greet visitors to the Veterans Memorial Park recreation complex as they entered the front door.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The 80-acre James E. Grey Preserve does not offer a roller coaster, except the thrill ride bouncing along the unpaved section of Plathe Road to reach the park entran...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Road crews are striving to catch up on patching potholes after record rainfall in July and early August, Pasco County and city officials say.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Business incentive grants appear to be seeding development and filling storefronts in the heart of New Port Richey as city officials had hoped.
NEW PORT RICHEY — All things old often become new again, the Biblical proverb advises. Supporters of the vacant Hacienda hotel are helping to restore the landmark to its 1927 roots.
TRINITY — About 1,000 people flocked to Taste of Trinity and Business Expo, which offered a little something for everyone.
LAND O’ LAKES — People can tell doctors where it hurts, but pets might be suffering in silence until pain manifests itself in odd behavior, veterinarians say.
HUDSON — In 2009, Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative executives led the charge here against a federal environmental plan that company officials reviled as a carbon tax that coul...
ST. PETERSBURG — Duke Energy’s Florida customers could see lower electric rates under a proposal the company sent to state regulators.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A project planned to begin this fall act like a time machine transporting the historic Hacienda hotel back to its 1927 roots.
NEW PORT RICHEY — In January 2013, more than 400 volunteers converged at Hacienda hotel to help spruce up the rundown historic landmark at Main and Bank streets.
PORT RICHEY — A rebuilt house officially became home, sweet, home Thursday for the Buchs family, with a little help from dozens of friends.
NEW PORT RICHEY — A civil engineer lost his job and then lost his driver’s license because of seizures. Suncoast Epilepsy Association stepped in to connect the engineer with a ...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Business incentive grants already have attracted three applicants shortly after the city of New Port Richey relaunched the program.
NEW PORT RICHEY — When the West Pasco Chamber of Commerce was looking for a location to help launch its Recipe for Success membership drive, Dulcet Restaurant & Lounge provided th...
NEW PORT RICHEY — The joy of line dancing lives on for Joy Garofalo.
ELFERS — Vacant for some six years, the halls of Grove Park Community Center are becoming the home for Pasco Fine Arts Council.
HUDSON — After several false starts during the past five years, Premier Community HealthCare Group is preparing its Hudson clinic to see its first patients on Aug. 31.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Dan Wright was a burly guy, so his oldest grandchild nicknamed him Big Daddy. Many people simply started calling the founder of Dan Wright Corp. “Big.”...
PORT RICHEY — Despite some bumps in the road, the U.S. 19 median landscaping project is moving forward with grants to both Port Richey and New Port Richey.
PORT RICHEY — Calamities have challenged Tampabay Cat Alliance, but founder Alison Buckley is determined to make the most of the shelter’s new location.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Some Richey Elementary School students will get a head start when they return to classrooms next week, thanks to a school supplies drive.
NEW PORT RICHEY — SPCA Suncoast rescues animals, but the nonprofit pet shelter needed rescuing last year during a financial crisis, officials say.
NEW PORT RICHEY — During early stages of construction at Sims Park, local environmental activists raised an alarm about what appeared to them to be clear-cutting trees from the site t...
Construction is proceeding rapidly on the addition to Regency Palms near Main and Oelsner streets within the city.