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PORT RICHEY — The days of cats unfettered by licensing requirements could end in the near future if Pasco County requires pet owners to get licenses for felines.
NEW PORT RICHEY — More than 100 motorcyclists toured Pasco County during the Hittin’ the Road for Hospice, raising more than $14,000 for Gulfside Hospice.
PORT RICHEY — During the recent Career Week, Bishop Larkin Catholic School students got to channel their inner “Shark Tank,” the CNBC business-pitch TV contest show.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Area residents have opened their purse strings wide and donated nearly $23,500 to charities through fundraisers at the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office during just the first four months of 2016....
NEW PORT RICHEY — Many bicycle riders feel they are not respected by motorists and must fight for their place on the road, according to a recent AAA Consumer Pulse survey.
PORT RICHEY — State officials kick-started a dormant construction project to add $1.7 million of improvements to Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park.
ELFERS — Odyssey of the Mind team members from Mittye P. Locke Elementary School treated their fans and sponsors to a sneak preview of the original play they will perform at World Finals.
NEW PORT RICHEY — U.S. Postal Service letter carriers intend to deliver on a pledge to help feed hungry people in the community.
NEW PORT RICHEY — Breaking chains and soaring skyward like a butterfly were messages delivered at a Holocaust Remembrance Day event at a New Port Richey private school.
People go camping for a myriad of reasons, not the least of which are to create lasting memories with their families and friends, connect with nature and enjoy an inexpensive vacation.
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