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  1. Art exhibits, a Greek fest and other Things to Do on the North SuncoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    Lovers and street gangs: West Side Story continues with Thursday matinee, Friday and Saturday evening and Sunday brunch performances through Feb. 14 at the Show Palace Dinner Theatre, 16128 U.S. 19, Hudson. Dinner and show, $49.50, plus tax and tip.

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  2. New Port Richey ordinances place limits on roadside memorials, downtown convenience storesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    The City Council on Tuesday passed two ordinances - one restricting roadside memorials and the other limiting additional downtown convenience stores. Council members passed on second reading an ordinance banning roadside memorials on public rights of way citywide.

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  3. Bowen: VA site selection clouds west Pasco redevelopment visionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    Designated as the Harbors market area by county government, the region from Pinellas to Hernando counties between the coast and Little Road is facing a decades-long makeover. The intent is to save the aging U.S. 19 corridor from slipping into a commercial slum while simultaneously bolstering the housing stock, health care offerings, tourism opportunities and business climate.

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  4. After complaints about loud music downtown, New Port Richey studying noise ordinance revisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    During a City Council meeting Tuesday night, New Port Richey resident Chris Hover pleaded with council members to restrict the hours of weekly outdoor music at the Dulcet Restaurant & Lounge, 6220 Grand Blvd. Hover told the council that every Friday night, a reggae band, followed by a DJ, blasts music that rattles his home on nearby Missouri Avenue until nearly 2 a.m. He said he has complained to Dulcet management and the city police to no avail. Following Hover's address to the council, City Manager Debbie Manns announced that the city is in the process of drafting a tougher ordinance to regulate noise.

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  5. Beauty from trash in annual contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | St. Petersburg Times

    The Art of Recycling contest is back for its 20th year, featuring the work of students who have been creating art out of trash since the beginning of the semester. County public and private schools were invited to submit their best seven student works in 15 categories.

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  6. Murder mystery at Jimmy Ferraro's Studio Theatre is full of laughsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | St. Petersburg Times

    Someone in the upcoming comedy at Jimmy Ferraro's Studio Theatre's Murder at the Howard Johnson's is indeed going to be eliminated, but who it will be and how it comes about remains a mystery until the very last moment. "You'll laugh every minute of this screwball comedy as the tangled triangle careens on its roller-coaster plot," Ferraro said of the show that starts next Friday.

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  7. New Port Richey plans Saturday grand reopening of Sims ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | St. Petersburg Times

    Excitement is brewing as the public will get its first look Saturday at the city's ambitious revamp of Sims Park. The city has planned a free day of family fun, entertainment and food for the public at the grand reopening of the downtown park, off Main Street, beginning with a performance at 12:30 p.m. by the Gulf High School Jazz Band, followed by a 1 p.m. ribbon cutting.

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  8. 5 things to do under $5 Jan. 28-Feb. 3: Naughty by Nature show, Sims Park reopens, home showRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | St. Petersburg Times

    8 p.m., 200 First Ave. N, St. Petersburg. 565-0550. jannuslive.com . Sims Park Grand Reopening: The landmark wooden playground built more than 20 years ago in Sims Park in New Port Richey was demolished, and the park has been closed for months while the city completed long-anticipated renovations including a new playground.

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  9. Hometown Pasco for Jan. 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | St. Petersburg Times

    Hometown Pasco is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion, recreational sporting event, news from your last club meeting or just a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. You can contact Hometown Pasco news coordinator Jean Hamilton at: PHONE 848-1438, FAX 754-6133, E-MAIL [email protected]

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  10. Pasco County news briefs for Jan. 29Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | St. Petersburg Times

    Senior Information Resources seeks vendors for its Living Well Expo, which will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Feb. 17 at the Tampa Bay Golf and Country Club, 10641 Old Tampa Bay Drive. Exhibit space is available for a $100 donation for non-SIR members and $50 for members.

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  11. Christian conference will feature inspirational speakers, musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | St. Petersburg Times

    Crowns for Christ, a nondenominational Christian ministry, will present Arise and Shine, a conference featuring inspirational speakers and music, on Saturday at the Verizon Event Center in New Port Richey. Pasco County pastors Carlos Santana of Vine Church in Zephyrhills and Debra Kaplan of Branch of Christ Church in Wesley Chapel will also appear.

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  12. New Port Richey council approves negotiations for upscale apartments downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | St. Petersburg Times

    The city will begin negotiating with well-known developer Frank Starkey to build upscale apartments on a key piece of downtown property the city bought more than a decade ago. During a meeting Tuesday night, the New Port Richey Community Redevelopment Agency, composed of members of the City Council, voted unanimously to allow city staffers to begin negotiating a development agreement with Starkey's People Places LLC. Starkey has proposed to build about 86 one- and-two-bedroom apartments on the 2.26 acres, site of the former First Baptist Church on Circle Boulevard, across from the city's popular Orange Lake and Sims Park.

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  13. Ex-Tampa detective rues her crimes, betrayal of colleagues at sentencing for stealing checksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | St. Petersburg Times

    Detective Jeanette Hevel used to be proud of her Tampa Police Department uniform. She taught her girls that cops are heroes.

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  14. Pasco to be home to Tampa Bay's 10th largest publicly traded companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | St. Petersburg Times

    Manitowoc Foodservice Inc., expected to be spun off from parent the Manitowoc Co. before the end of the first quarter, has its headquarters in New Port Richey.

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  15. Pasco to be home to Tampa Bay's 10th largest publicly traded companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    Manitowoc Foodservice, Inc., expected to be spun off from parent The Manitowoc Company before the end of the first quarter, is headquartered in New Port Richey. In 2014, Manitowoc Foodservice made nearly $1.6 billion in revenue, according to a corporate release.

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  16. Review: Richey Suncoast Theatre's 'If a Man Answers' is fun, entertainingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    Diane Sloan-Ramos, left, and Paige Buffy Cetnor play mother and daughter Germaine Stacy and Chantal Stacy in If a Man Answers. Sure, sure, the comedy If a Man Answers is a bit frothy.

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  17. Christian conference will feature inspirational speakers, musicRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    Crowns for Christ, a nondenominational Christian ministry, will present Arise and Shine, a conference featuring inspirational speakers and music, on Saturday at the Verizon Event Center in New Port Richey. Pasco County pastors Carlos Santana of Vine Church in Zephyrhills and Debra Kaplan of Branch of Christ Church in Wesley Chapel will also appear.

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  18. New Port Richey council approves negotiations for upscale apartments downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    The city will begin negotiating with well-known developer Frank Starkey to build upscale apartments on a key piece of downtown property the city bought more than a decade ago. During a meeting Tuesday night, the New Port Richey Community Redevelopment Agency, composed of members of the City Council, voted unanimously to allow city staffers to begin negotiating a development agreement with Starkey's People Places LLC. Starkey has proposed to build about 86 one- and-two-bedroom apartments on the 2.26 acres, site of the former First Baptist Church on Circle Boulevard, across from the city's popular Orange Lake and Sims Park.

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  19. As renovation work begins, concerns arise over grant funding for HaciendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    Construction and stabilization work on the historic Hacienda Hotel has begun amid concerns over funding and a disagreement with the city's developer over demolition of part of the structure. In the coming months, the 1920s hotel will see its first extensive rehabilitation since New Port Richey bought it in 2004 for $2.21 million.

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  20. As it dissolves, Italian-American club donates remaining funds to charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | St. Petersburg Times

    After more than 40 years, the Pasco Italian-American Civic Club recently closed its doors, but not before leaving a sizable gift to the community it served for nearly half a century. The club, based in Hudson and at one point claiming membership throughout Pasco County, donated most of its remaining $94,000 in funds to five nonprofit organizations, giving $48,000 to the Independence Fund to pay for the construction of three track chairs for severely disabled veterans; and $11,025 each to Shriners Hospitals for Children, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, St. Joseph's Children's Hospital and HPH Hospice.

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