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HUDSON — Members of this group keep themselves in stitches in more ways than one.
NEW PORT RICHEY — What would Jesus do for the poor and hungry, protestors asked the City Council.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Joggers, bicyclists and walkers may have a hard time finding happy trails in the city because its multiuse paths come to dead ends.
NEW PORT RICHEY — As Main Street Land developer Ken McGurn acknowledged in April, “We’ve been beating our heads against the wall for a long time.
ELFERS — Vacant for some six years, the halls of former Grove Park Community Center have become the new home for Pasco Fine Arts Council.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Getting ready for their close-ups, City Council members now will appear live through video streaming on the city website.
NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials got a workout in expressing opinions about possibly scaling back fitness center expansion at the New Port Richey Recreation and Aquatic Center.
NEW PORT RICHEY — The newly paved Plathe Road west of Rowan Road no longer will provide a torture test of car shock absorbers for visitors traveling to the James E. Grey Preserve.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Honk if you support blind or visually impaired pedestrians, demonstrators urged at a recent event.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Almost two years of construction are wrapping up soon on the project to widen Ridge Road to four lanes east of Little Road.
HUDSON — A coalition that is aiming to fix hundreds of homes that still have damage from the torrential rains in July and August was launched Friday.
NEW PORT RICHEY — About one in six senior residents of Pasco County does not know where the next meal will come. The leaders of the not-for-profit Feeding Pasco’s Elderly want...
NEW PORT RICHEY — Once Autumn Art Walk concluded Saturday, supporters of the Downtown New Port Richey Art Gallery may have walked off into the sunset for the final time.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Some 75 veterans had plenty to smile about after the inaugural Stars, Stripes and Smiles event.
NEW PORT RICHEY — They are called the “Heroes of the Hallway” at Schrader Elementary — father-figure volunteers who assist the youngsters while providing a role m...
TRINITY — The 2015 National Night Out drew hundreds of parents and children for some family fun, free samples and small prizes with a carnival atmosphere.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Losing consciousness, Melissa Dohme believed she would likely die as she heard emergency responders summon a medical transport helicopter to rush her to a hospital.<...
NEW PORT RICHEY — The 2015 Cotee River Bike Fest helped cement New Port Richey’s reputation as the “Most Biker Friendly City in America,” organizers said.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Homeless and underprivileged students are getting a boost through Community Volunteer Corps, which supplies a constant stream of hygiene kits and backpacks with supp...
NEW PORT RICHEY — By day, Mario Iezzoni crunches many numbers as the economic development director for the city of New Port Richey.
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.