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Sunday, Oct 04, 2015

Laura Kinsler

Tribune Staff

Months later, still no answer for $3,400 Pasco water bill

- After a 10-month investigation, Pasco County’s inspector general still can’t explain why a New Port Richey couple was charged for using 614,000 gallons of water over three weeks last summer.

Pasco adminstrator’s job eval scores range from fair to great


Pasco County’s two newest commissioners gave County Administrator Michele Baker substantially lower marks on her annual performance evaluation than did their ...

Flooded west Pasco residents demand county commissioners take action


Fed up with persistent flooding problems in their neig...

Corcoran to pitch charter


— State Rep. Richard Corcoran will have one chance to make his pitch for a charter government before the county’s 15-member charter advisory committee votes Aug. 24 o...

Crackdown on blight may mean jail time for Pasco owners


— Pasco commissioners are expected to vote in September on a new ordinance that could allow jailing property owners for refusing to repair or demolish their blighted commerc...

Wesley Chapel hospital launches expansion before its 3rd anniversary


State Rep. Danny Burgess knows firsthand the quality care provided at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel. He and his wife delivered their 18-month-old daughter there not l...

Pasco cleaning up blight, one property at a time


As Pasco commissioners prepare to discuss a proposed ordinance Tuesday aimed at cleaning up blighted buildings on the county’s main roadways, some signs ...

Food court dining to be highlight of outlet mall

- Tampa Premium Outlets will have several food court restaurants that will be the first of their kind in Florida.

No FEMA flood relief money yet


Gov. Rick Scott’s emergency declaration late Thursday for Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties made state services and personnel available to assist with...

Pasco trashing old recycling program


Beginning in October, Pasco County no longer will accept recyclables in blue bags.