With luck, we'll ride the rails by 2025
Don't look for anyone to be driving the golden spike (or whatever they use on monorails) any time soon, but at least some members of the Pasco business community are beginning to do some long-range thinking about rail service linking Pasco, Pinellas and Hillsborough counties.
Hospital chief's death called suicide
Paul Norman's death leaves East Pasco Medical Center employees mourning. A flag at the center is at half-staff.
County loses highway money
Pasco wasn't able to start building Ridge Road Extension by June 30, so $7.5-million is lost.
Agency studies well replenishment
Swiftmud is proposing a $1.2-million study to investigate pouring reclaimed water on well fields.
Holiday neighborhoods need parks
Editor: I have lived in Holiday for 21 years and have never seen a park or pool built in our area.
Domestic dispute ends with shots
On her 24th birthday, a woman shoots herself in the head after her boyfriend shoots his cellular phone, according to a sheriff's report.
Early exit stuns Shady Hills
SHADY HILLS -- All-star manager Mike Fackender felt his 7-8 Shady Hills baseball team had the potential to top last year's post-season performance, but it didn't come close.
Club sends 12 to Junior Olympics
NEW PORT RICHEY -- Alpha Omega, west Pasco County's youth track club, won 13 medals at the AAU State Championship Track and Field meet this weekend and will send 12 competitors to the 2001 AAU Junior Olympic Games in July in Hampton Roads, Va.