October 20, 2000
Talks focus on new parks
||Secrecy, search for baby continue
[Times photo: Janel Schroeder]
With a mixture of curiosity and dread, neighbors watch as authorities continue to look for Sabrina Aisenberg.
NEW PORT RICHEY -- With another 3,000 new homes headed for Wesley Chapel, County Administrator John Gallagher wants to make sure the county and the developers have one thing clear: More land and money are needed for infrastructure, especially parks.
Defense attacks murder investigation methods
A lawyer hopes to keep statements his client made to investigators and evidence away from a jury.
No excuses around schools, buses, kids, deputies say
This is National School Bus Safety Week and drivers need to beware: The Sheriff's Office is taking it seriously.
Rep. Bilirakis extends pipeline comment period
U.S. Rep. Mike Bilirakis, R-Tarpon Springs, announced Thursday that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has agreed to extend the public comment period regarding a proposed gas pipeline in Pasco County.
Festival full of food, fun, snakes
"We made every effort to get more entertainment," says one festival volunteer.
Short tenure disheartening for council member
Re: Council deflating air of cooperation, Oct. 13 editorial
Investigators: Smoking in bed might have led to fatal fire
ZEPHYRHILLS -- Smoking in bed may have caused a fire that killed an 80-year-old widow Tuesday, investigators said Wednesday.
End can be good or bad for many
DADE CITY -- First, the bad news.
Three plays, three flags, three losses
Ridgewood will be going for its seventh straight win tonight ...
Gators, Rams to battle for playoffs
Another week. Another big game. Yet again.
Land O'Lakes fullback/linebacker Jason Carpenter
Pasco in briefs
Student, 19, accused of pushing teacher
Works by Frost, Faulkner get dramatic treatment
A story by Shirley Jackson also is featured in a play that opens the River Ridge Drama department's season.
Subway Series digs up fans' New York roots
In many Pasco homes, rooting interests will be divided as the Yankees and Mets battle for baseball -- and city -- supremacy.
Former PHCC provost makes 'inevitable' move
The beloved east campus official now heads the new adult education department.