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Thursday, Apr 17, 2014

Orth, Carl

Suncoast News

Incubator to fuel business innovation

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NEW PORT RICHEY — An incubator opening in May will hatch some innovative products and new companies, business leaders hope.

Bob Memoli honored for community work

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NEW PORT RICHEY — The good deeds of Bob Memoli have not gone unnoticed as city officials have proclaimed him a community hero.

Agencies call for hurricane preparation

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NEW PORT RICHEY — Sixteen minutes. That’s all the notice residents in Moore, Okla., had last year that a powerful tornado was approaching.

Top bowler’s secret: ‘You get in a zone’

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NEW PORT RICHEY — A sign in Edwin Duer’s den declares: “I intend to live forever — so far, so good.”

Tossing trash may cost you more cash

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NEW PORT RICHEY — New Port Richey officials are considering higher fines for people who illegally toss trash, yard clippings, furniture and other items in the city instead of taking debris to landfills.

Help may be on the way for the Hacienda

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NEW PORT RICHEY — Potentially high repair costs of up to $2 million did not seem to faze two potential developers for the renovation project to reopen the landmark Hacienda, city officials learned last week.

Port Richey gives break on lawn watering

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PORT RICHEY — Irrigation rates will go down over the next four months for Port Richey utility customers.

Trinity hospital patients, staff enjoy therapy dogs

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TRINITY — Medical Center of Trinity is welcoming therapy dogs wearing bandanas that say “Please Pet Me.”

Demolition paves way for grocery

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PORT RICHEY — Demolition work last week signaled the start of a project to build a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market at Little and Ridge roads.

New Port Richey appears to have $1 million surplus

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NEW PORT RICHEY — City officials likened recent good news on city finances to a ray of sunshine cutting through dark clouds.

City unveils campaign ‘I Am New Port Richey’

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NEW PORT RICHEY — Good news travels fast, city officials were hoping as they launched a community pride campaign last week.

Chasco Fiesta goes a bit more Mardi Gras

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NEW PORT RICHEY — Beads, beads and more beads; spectators can find out how many strings of beads they can collect while watching the Chasco Fiesta street parade on Saturday afternoon.

Pasco camp sites will be just a click away

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NEW PORT RICHEY — While a virtual world expands in cyberspace, parks and recreation centers remain grounded in nondigital reality. But that could change to a degree as Pasco County intends to set up an online rese...