|[Times photo: Dan McDuffie]
Giving secretaries a smile
Penni LaChance, a customer service representative at Community National Bank of Pasco County, takes a moment Wednesday to appreciate one of the roses she and 16 other employees were given in observance of Secretaries Day.
April 27, 2000
County downplays risks of foul sprinkler water
A Health Department spokeswoman says potential for illness exists, but "You wouldn't think people would be drinking it."
Concert organizers envision fun, profit
By summer, the time will be right for dancing in the streets -- and shopping in the stores, officials say.
County scores high on survey of businesses
Most manufacturers report good financial times and express pleasure with their Pasco experience. Still, they have complaints.
Man is shot through both arms
Authorities are searching for the shooter, whose identity is known, say relatives of the victim.
Civic leader bidding farewell
Community champion Judith Rochelle is retiring to Texas after years of service at Saint Leo University and for Pasco.
Bar foe undeterred by bullet on car
LAND O'LAKES -- Dave Johnson didn't like all the heckling he received for leading a movement to close a lounge in the Lake Padgett Estates East clubhouse.
Council settles tiff over meetings
New Port Richey City Council member Tom Finn suggests having workshops in an attempt to get his views to the water board, upsetting Mayor Wendy Brenner.
Woman, 25, dies in Pasco crash
NEW PORT RICHEY -- A 25-year-old mother of two died during a car crash at U.S. 19 and Gulf Trace Boulevard late Monday night, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Man hurt in fight between neighbors
ZEPHYRHILLS -- A Zephyrhills man suffered serious injuries during a Wednesday afternoon fight involving at least four people, the Zephyrhills Police Department said.
Port Richey tackles trash, code woes
Long-standing complaints about trash collection and code enforcement finally spur City Council into action.
Deadline requires fast action on overdue school impact fee
Over the next 10 years, enrollment in Pasco County's public schools is expected to grow to more than 59,000 children. More than half of those 13,000 additional students can be attributed to new development, according to a school district-commissioned study.
Litter reducing luster of Little Road project
Editor: It is so nice to see that Little Road is finished. What is not so nice is that there are plenty of slobs, and I mean grown-ups and not kids, who litter the road.