Jan Glidewell: At long last, a city in need takes the plunge
It is satisfying, as the end of my career approaches, to see coming to resolution causes that have held grave personal import to me.
Bowling alley employee accused of skimming
The alley's owner called deputies after noticing a decline in weekend sales.
Former college student accused in bomb threat
A Saint Leo University security officer says he recognized the voice of the Turkish citizen, who had been expelled.
Springs activist's fight stirs magazine's interest
People magazine features Terri Wolfe and her decadelong battle with Zephyrhills Spring Water Co.
Critic wants street paved a third time
John DiGiorgio says a second paving in front of his house is worse than the first. Do it again, his suit demands.
New Dade City festival in the works
Organizers plan a March 29 event that would feature an art show, a flower show and animals.
For actor playing Gypsy, all's coming up roses
Kristin Bram's friends might hardly recognize her.
This week: Pasco
"LA CAGE AUX FOLLES," the musical version of The Birdcage, continues through Feb. 16 at Show Palace Dinner Theatre, 16128 U.S. 19, Hudson. Shows are at 1:30 p.m. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; and 3 p.m. Sundays. Doors open two hours before each show for buffet and cash bar. Dinner and show, $37.50; show only, $26.45. Ages 12 and younger, $19.95 and $14.95. Call 863-7949 in west Pasco; toll-free elsewhere 1-888-655-7469.
Saint Leo says farewell to tough, caring educator
ST. LEO -- As the new English professor on campus 20 years ago, Mark Edmonds remembered being a little afraid of a feisty, 4-foot-8 colleague named Maura Snyder.
Preps: Defenders no match for Cobra
Point guard Maurice Maisonet knows how to take advantage of his size.
Preps: Wildcat is exactly where she needs to be
Point-forward Brenna Lane is guiding Wesley Chapel out of the cellar.
Pasco digest: Man killed when car slams into tour bus
NEW PORT RICHEY -- A man was killed Thursday morning when he drove a car into the back of a tour bus that was stopped at a red light on U.S. 19. The crash bottled up traffic on the busy highway for more than an hour. New Port Richey Police Officer Keith Campbell said the bus -- empty but for its driver -- was stopped at the light on U.S. 19 at Main Street at 8:55 a.m. when a 1983 Buick slammed into its back. Witnesses told police that the car did not appear to slow down before striking the bus, Campbell said. The driver's name was not released by police pending family notification. The bus driver was not injured.
Editorial: County needs to explore options for new revenue
A 24 percent jump in home construction starts indicates no building slowdown in Pasco County following the County Commission's aggressive move to enact new impact fees. But, it also signals an ever-increasing demand for services.
Timing of party defections raises concerns about ethics
Editor: I've been reading with interest the letters on both sides concerning the party-changing of Steve Simon and Kurt Browning that has quickly devolved into name-calling and charges of liberalism -- as if that was a bad thing! For those of you who read the story about the Geiger development Nature's Watch, let's just say that conservatives are known to be developer friendly.