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Pasco commissioners voice little support for increasing tourism tax

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Andrew Krotje teaches the game of dominoes to Seniors Helping Seniors caregiver Kate McCarthy, left, as the organization’s director, Sue Simone, suggests a play. McCarthy cooks for Krotje and they often play games. Beth N. Gray | Times

Seniors Helping Seniors aims to assist those who need help with everyday chores, tasks

SPRING HILL — Widower Andrew Krotje says he could cook hotdogs and hamburgers for mere survival. But he relishes more variety, particularly the Italian sausage and green pepper dish that Kate McCarthy stirs up. "They do all the cooking," Krotje explained of the Seniors Helping Seniors caregivers — McCarthy among th …

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  1. Recruiting roundup: Plant LB Joe Ryan nabs first offer

    Footballpreps

    Plant coach Robert Weiner admits LB Joe Ryan slid under his radar until Ryan made his varsity debut last season. But the 6-foot-1, 205-pound junior made his presence known with 144 tackles and a state-leading 52 tackles for loss.

    Familiar: Land O’ Lakes QB James Pensyl signed with Eastern Michigan, about an hour from where he grew up in Lapeer.
  2. Americana on display

    Visual Arts

    TAMPA — The Tampa Museum of Art will be hosting "American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell" from Saturday through May 31.

    Tampa Museum of Art preparator James Rodger levels a Norman Rockwell-illustrated Saturday Evening Post for “American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell,” which runs Saturday through May 31. The cost is $15, with groups, seniors, military members and students eligible for discounts. The museum, which opens at 11 a.m. daily, is at 120 Gasparilla Plaza in downtown Tampa next to Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
  3. Pasco County news brief

    Briefs

    ST. LEO

    Law school founder to speak at Saint Leo

    Thomas E. Brennan, founder, president, dean emeritus and professor at the Thomas M. Cooley Law School at Western Michigan University, will lecture on "The Constitutional Evolution of the Miranda Warnings" at 6:30 p.m. Monday Lewis Hall at Saint Leo …

  4. Annual festival at Anclote High gives culinary nod to Black History Month

    K12

    HOLIDAY

    The aroma wafting down the hallway is like the cast of a fishing line, making you want to follow your nose with hopes of getting a sample of what's been cooking.

    Anclote High School culinary student Mallory Baack, 16, cooked up her mom’s recipe for oatmeal crumb cookies at the annual Soul Food Fest held on Feb. 27 at the school in Holiday.
  5. Pasco Business Digest for March 6

    Business

    Business digest

    Events

    COMMUNITY FUN DAY AND BUSINESS EXPO: The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce will host the 2015 Community Fun Day and Business Expo, presented by Lowe's, from 4 to 7 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Land O'Lakes Recreation Complex, 3032 …

  6. School spending plan makes it clear: No more classes at Moore-Mickens

    K12

    Dade City residents' complaints about moving classes away from Pasco County's Moore-Mickens Education Center have not changed the school district's decision.

  7. Seniors Helping Seniors aims to assist those who need help with everyday chores, tasks

    Business

    SPRING HILL — Widower Andrew Krotje says he could cook hotdogs and hamburgers for mere survival. But he relishes more variety, particularly the Italian sausage and green pepper dish that Kate McCarthy stirs up.

    Andrew Krotje teaches the game of dominoes to Seniors Helping Seniors caregiver Kate McCarthy, left, as the organization’s director, Sue Simone, suggests a play. McCarthy cooks for Krotje and they often play games.