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Tarpon Springs launches new website

Tarpon Springs launches new website

TARPON SPRINGS — The city launched its new online look last week.
Published: 09/02/15

Tarpon officials reminding residents of water line smoke testing

TARPON SPRINGS — City officials are reminding residents that wastewater line smoke testing will continue throughout the month and potentially into October.
Published: 09/02/15
Veteran and family move into Habitat home

Veteran and family move into Habitat home

PORT RICHEY — A rebuilt house officially became home, sweet, home Thursday for the Buchs family, with a little help from dozens of friends.
Published: 09/02/15
Suncoast Arts Fest seeks artists and craftsmen

Suncoast Arts Fest seeks artists and craftsmen

WESLEY CHAPEL — Organizers encourage artists and craftsmen to apply soon for the 2016 Suncoast Arts Fest, coming Jan. 16-17 at the Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel.
Published: 09/02/15
United Way leverages Pasco contribution

United Way leverages Pasco contribution

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 doctor who adjusted his medications so he could regain his d...
Published: 09/02/15
Pinellas deputy saves Clearwater clerk with Heimlich maneuver

Pinellas deputy saves Clearwater clerk with Heimlich maneuver

Some quick thinking by a Pinellas County deputy Monday night likely saved the life of a Clearwater convenience store clerk who was choking.
Published: 09/02/15
St. Pete mayor, seeking consulate, got high-level meetings in Cuba

St. Pete mayor, seeking consulate, got high-level meetings in Cuba

Tampa may have a centuries-old connection to Cuba through its cigar industry and freedom fighter José Martí, but St. Petersburg has a mayor willing to travel there.
Published: 09/01/15

Pedestrian hit by car, dies on U.S.19 in PH

A 42-year-old man was struck by a car and killed as he walked across U.S. 19 in Palm Harbor late Monday, the Florida Highway Patrol said.
Published: 09/01/15
Three firms apply for NPR business grants

Three firms apply for NPR business grants

NEW PORT RICHEY — Business incentive grants already have attracted three applicants shortly after the city of New Port Richey relaunched the program.
Published: 09/01/15
FDOT meeting on PH Alt. 19 intersection to be rescheduled

FDOT meeting on PH Alt. 19 intersection to be rescheduled

PALM HARBOR — Residents and business owners wishing to weigh in on how to improve downtown intersections along Alternate 19 will have to wait a little longer.
Published: 09/01/15