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Park progress

Park progress

What was once simply a design on paper is quickly becoming a reality as crews plow through the initial groundwork required for what will become Rosehead park and lake (Phase…

Beach fires ‘total loss’

Taylor County Fire-Rescue responded to two fires in the beaches area this week, both resulting in “complete losses” to the property owners. Fire Chief Dan Cassel said the first fire…

Patient admissions fall; DMH looking to trim its expenses

With Doctors’ Memorial Hospital’s (DMH) daily census numbers falling, officials are working to cut expenses to keep the facility’s financials steady. DMH Chief Financial Officer Doug Faircloth recently presented the…

Driver overcorrects, causes Beetle to roll

A New Port Richey woman, 22, received only minor injuries after overturning her 2004 Volkswagen Beetle on U.S. Highway 19 Tuesday afternoon. Jessika Eglin, who was wearing her seatbelt at…

Restoring history

Restoring history

The Taylor County Historical Society recognized Doyle Lundy for his restoration of the Bloodworth building and other downtown properties. Above, President J.T. Davis, left, presents Lundy a custom-framed, limited edition…

Don’t fall for it!

If you win the Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes, nobody will call you. That’s what a local resident has learned, and hopes to share with others, since being “scammed” by a…

Tropical Storm Colin brings rain, coastal flooding

Tropical Storm Colin brings rain, coastal flooding

Tropical Storm Colin passed directly over Taylor County in the early morning hours of Tuesday, causing minor flooding along the coast and bringing heavy rain to portions of the county.…

Coast Guard suspends search for missing Steinhatchee man, volunteers press on

Coast Guard suspends search for missing Steinhatchee man, volunteers press on

Co-workers often know a person best, given the hours spent together–especially when you share an office. “Our desks faced each other at work. Over our monitors, I could see his…

Dyal unveils plan to combine two grades per class at Steinhatchee

Under a proposed staffing plan unveiled Tuesday by Superintendent Paul Dyal, students at Steinhatchee School will be combined into classes made up of two grades each beginning next school year.…

Agner announces school board bid

Agner announces school board bid

Bonnie Sue Agner, whose husband Sammy served four terms as school board representative, has declared her candidacy for the District 1 (school board) seat. “I am so excited about the…