||Restaurant feeds city's hopes
[Times photo: Lance Rothstein]
ZEPHYRHILLS -- The city's efforts to create a more welcoming and profitable downtown have lured the district's first locally owned, full-service restaurant in years.
What ifs are always hazardous to a wallet
The letter from my mortgage company made it sound easy.
Schools hunt for land to grow
Pasco needs 10 new schools in the next five years, but the problem is where it will find the acreage it needs.
Crime dad sentenced to 5 years
A father who took his 14-year-old son along on a robbery, says he hopes his time in prison will give him a chance to get his life stabilized.
District 5 candidates hit trail in full sprint
Incumbent Rep. Karen Thurman responded to the president's radio address Saturday, and House Majority Whip Tom DeLay will lend a hand to Thurman's challenger, state Sen. Ginny Brown-Waite, later this month.
City passes a budget but leaves loose ends
Still unanswered are questions over fire and police pay scales and additional taxes and fees.
Utility sued to cut water consumption
Aloha Utilities says it cannot comply with Swiftmud pumping limits without higher rates or cutting off customers' water.
Mustangs prove they're worthy of all the hype
Mitchell coach Bill Napolitano knew his team would be good this season. Now he knows just how good -- along with everyone else.
Cobras in good position to lead or get out of way
As seven teams approach the midseason point in Class 4A District 8, four teams -- River Ridge, Mitchell, Hudson and Tarpon Springs -- are deadlocked with one district loss. That will change this week after two key matchups.
Rezonings sought for housing plans
Two new housing developments -- one near the Anclote River, another near Moon Lake -- would each add about 170 homes to the landscape in west Pasco County.
Second Amendment still needed
Re: Constitution doesn't give everyone right to pack a pistol, Sept. 20 letter