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Heading out to visit friends and family this long holiday weekend? Gas up early.
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It's almost time for caps, gowns, tears and speeches for high school seniors in New Port Richey.
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Faculty and the staff in the arts at colleges and universities are behind-the-scenes nurturers and mentors for aspiring artists, sublimating their own aesthetic impulses in service to those of their students.
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Pasco County's "gun show loophole" is still open, and there are still people unhappy about that.
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For some, the thrill of going to theme parks with family or boating at the beach is the best way to spend the summer.
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Could musicians help raise money toward rejuvenating the Hacienda Hotel? That's a question Ed Isolani wants to answer.
Metropolitan Ministries' plans call for a two-story building that could provide transitional housing for up to 24 families, next to its current outreach center on U.S. 19 in Holiday.
Last week, a Holiday woman barged into a home and demanded prescription pills. All the while, an accomplice of held a gun on the homeowner.
While Pasco County saw its property tax base grow by about $50 million over last year, the city of New Port Richey has watched its values plunge an estimated 4.2 percent.
Seven Springs Elementary School's PTA president is in hot water after Pasco County deputies say the New Port Richey woman took $2,825 that didn't belong to her.
The Pasco County Sheriff's Office is on the hunt for a many they say might be connected to at least five robberies in the last month.
The key to a hassle-free grocery shopping experience - planning. New Port Richey Patch wants to help make it even easier to score the best deals at your local grocery store.
Graduation day is almost here for high school seniors throughout the New Port Richey area.
Recalling city leaders' decision last year to raise New Port Richey's millage rate and city fees, the city council on Tuesday shot down an idea to create a new fee to pay for fire protection services.
Last year, the Florida Legislature mandated Citizens Property Insurance Corp. to offer a cheaper, more limited coverage option to homeowners, potentially saving them up to 70 percent on their premiums.