If anyone questions the economic impact of youth sports in Pasco County, all they needed to do was spend a few minutes at Dicks Sporting Goods on Friday as a record 90 lacrosse teams from across the country – and C...
Elaine Rollock offered a good reason why she and granddaughter Alana Rollock didn't take advantage of pre-Black Friday sales on Thanksgiving Day.
The community board blames the developer for planting the wrong kind of trees, which now are damaging sidewalks and streets.
The restaurant chain delivers chicken tenders, sandwiches and dozens of jobs to its latest location in the Tampa Bay area.
Thirteen stores hold a job fair at The Shops at Wiregrass, offering 75 full and part-time positions.
A Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH store will anchor the new Cypress Creek Town Center outlet mall, scheduled to open in 2014 at the junction of Interstate 75 and State Road 56.
The Bridgewater homeowner's association doesn't own the house Connie Hicks rented.
Joanne McCarn owns her home, but her homeowners association has taken it over and calls the sheriff's office if she comes near the property.
Mini of Wesley Chapel hopes its convenient location, and focus on being a car store, pleases owners of the British import.
J.D. Porter plans for two huge lakes for fishing and recreation, picnic areas and nature trails.
The $100 million expansion of State Road 54 from I-75 to Curley Road was one of the most expensive projects in Pasco history.