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Spring Hill Polish restaurant finally opens

After three years of waiting,they're eating home-made pierogies and kielbasa.

Pierogies are made by hand at Cracovia, here being formed with a kraut and mushroom filling by kitchen staffer Barbara Stefanski.  BETH N. GRAY | Special to the Times

'He's a rock star': Teen emerges as civic leader in fight to save Lacoochee Elementary School

'We're all in this together,' 15-year-old Timmy Lee says.

OCTAVIO JONES   |   Times 
Timmy Lee is a 15-year-old former Lacoochee Elementary student who is fast becoming a front line activist in the effort to keep the school open and revive the community. He spends his afternoons working on projects at the Lacoochee Boys and Girls Club, where he's been going after school since he was 5.

In Pasco, studies reveal drop in homeless numbers, but more people in need

Biennial homeless count shows numbers are down, but separate study shows spike in needy people.

Preliminary data from the Jan. 22 homeless count put the number of unsheltered people in Pasco County at 688 individuals.

Pasco All-County Band students give noteworthy performance

Middle school and high school All-County bands played at the River Ridge High School Center for the...

Abigail McNulty, before going on stage, takes a few minutes to go over skills on the marimba. Abigail has been playing percussion since sixth grade and plans a future with music studies and to become a music professor. GAIL DIEDERICH | Special to the Times

Pasco County Fair rolls into Dade City

The 72nd annual Pasco County Fair runs Feb. 18-24.

The Pasco County Fair will run Feb. 18-24 at the county fairgrounds in Dade City.

Hometown Pasco

News and notes about your neighbors

Members of the General Federation of Women's Clubs Lutz-Land O' Lakes Women's Club regularly volunteer at the Wesley Chapel warehouse of

Pasco Letters to the Editor

Re: Delay to reward a political patron? | Feb. 1This letter is to let you know that I...


New industry plans target State Road 52 corridor in Pasco County

Two proposals call for new industrial activity along State Road 52 in central Pasco County.


Pasco principal cleared of charges, reinstated to district job

John Abernathy was named an assistant principal at Pasco eSchool.

GAIL DIEDERICH | Special to the Times Joanne Glenn, Pasco eSchool Principal, addresses the eSchool faculty on the opening day of teacher preplanning week in 2018. Pasco eSchool was named Florida Virtual School Franchise of the Year among large districts. The school is in its 10th year.
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