Cities somberly mark Sept. 11
Dade City and Zephyrhills conduct ceremonies of sorrow and renewal.
Patriotic display greets drivers
About 50 people, including a few firefighters, wave American flags in a show of remembrance and appreciation.
Browning stays above the fray during election
Amid the cacophony of the polls, supervisor Kurt Browning expects perfection to keep the ballots moving.
San Antonio supporter Joe Herrmann, 90, dies
SAN ANTONIO -- Joe Herrmann last year told a group of friends that somehow he never got around to making a financial fortune, but he made up for it with a lifetime of friends and family.
Schoolteacher gives meaning to modern history
The girl in the rhinestone flag shirt summed up her classmates' feelings as she strolled into the classroom.
Cannon has work left to do, primary shows
District 11 candidate Lee Cannon has got a tough road ahead in his run against Mike Fasano.
Day of grief, resolve
Wednesday is a time for flags, calls for peace, solemn tributes, ribbons and balloons.
Both candidates are from Pinellas
The two top candidates in House District 45, which is about half in Pasco, are both from Pinellas, but observers say that's no reason for concern.
Young judge wins one race; another undecided
John Renke III scores an upset over Declan Mansfield. Linda Babb and George H. Brown face a runoff in November.
Weightman serves notice
HUDSON -- Weightman showed it's ready to return to the top in middle school football with Tuesday's season opener.
School officer is accused of harassment
He is transferred from Hudson Middle School to work in other schools. A formal complaint is expected.
EDC gets half of the raise it wanted
The county's economic development agency will get an extra $50,000 next year.
Pulte doesn't get welcome mat
Despite neighbors' objections, the planning board passes along the developer's plans to build 112 homes on 47 acres.
At county schools, remembrance resounds
From moments of silence to articles in the school paper, students are getting their share of time to memorialize Sept. 11.
Fire destroys woman's home, garage and car
County needs board to govern campaigns
Kurt Browning should take a bow. The supervisor of elections is entitled to bask in the afterglow of a smooth-running primary election in Pasco County at the same time chaos ruled in South Florida.
Fire service will be subject of forum
Editor: A very important issue is about to come before Pasco County commissioners for action within the next few weeks. I am referring to the request from Dade City and Zephyrhills for the county to renew the contracts under which each city provides fire protection service to certain taxing districts. There has been a great deal of discussion and debate surrounding these contracts, with both sides (city and county) being accused of attempting to play the issue to its own advantage.