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  1. A pedestrian stops to take a picture of the sunset while walking along Edgewater Drive Friday, Aug. 17, 2021 in Dunedin.
  2. Banners fly from the Student Services breezeway on the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida, which is seeking input about its next president. An online survey was announced Monday.
  3. Crowds like this one at a recent Pinellas School Board meeting have been larger and often more animated as boards have taken on issues including school masks, race relations and transgender rights. At this meeting on Aug. 24, one defiant speaker was removed from the chamber by security and another called the school district a "criminal enterprise."
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  5. A car crashed into the Hudson Cemetery early Saturday morning.
  6. A masked student searches for his first-period class at Sunlake High on Aug. 10, the first day of school in Pasco County. Sunlake led the district this past week with 39 reported cases of COVID-19, but school case numbers across the county are headed down.
  7. Students in the Gulf High class of 2023 show their school spirit in a float they created for the annual homecoming parade in 2019. They haven't had many similar activities since then, but got permission for dances and pep rallies this week.
  8. The intersection of  U.S. 41 and State Road 54 in central Pasco is the subject of a planned rebuild that could cost more than $200 million and include three separate sections of elevated highway.
  9. Dozens of Tampa Bay area seniors on their way to graduation this spring have been named National Merit Semifinalists for 2022. Many will become finalists later this school year and will qualify for college scholarships through the National Merit Scholarship program.
  10. West Pasco Government Center.
  11. Concert-goers had to adhere to new vaccination rules for a Maroon 5 concert in Ohio in August. When the band performs in Tampa Sept. 24, fans must bring a printed copy of a negative test result or proof of their COVID-19 vaccination.
  12. Pasco County Historic Courthouse
  13. Chrissy and Little Willie are two of many animals looking for forever homes.
  14. The Tampa Bay Times Community Reader Panel will meet quarterly with members of the newsroom.
  15. File photo of Pasco County Supervisor of Elections Brian E. Corley.
  16. Students walk through the Tampa campus of the University of South Florida, where leaders are embarking on a national search for a new president. The process is expected to be complete by January.
  17. A boys' restroom at Zephyrhills High was damaged as part of a student trend of stealing or vandalizing school property and putting a video of the 'devious lick' on TikTok.
  18. West Pasco Government Center.
  19. Shonda Belton, 45, left, walks with a friend, who declined to be identified, near the Altis Grand at The Preserve apartments Wednesday, April 14, 2021 in Odessa. Pasco officials have been examining the proliferation of apartments and are working on an inventory of how many have already been permitted in the south central portion of the county.
  20. Gary Steven Cannon, left, and Gary Elishi Cochran are serving life sentences in the 1997 murder of 9-year-old Sharra Ferger. Cannon's attorneys recently filed a motion saying they've uncovered new evidence that should grant him a new trial. Cochran's attorney plans to file a similar motion.
  21. Boca Ciega High School senior Matthew McCrary, 17, works on algebra homework for his liberal arts math class while his cat, KiKi, explores the dining room table on Monday. McCrary is concerned that his lesson plans have been interrupted because so many teachers are being quarantined.
  22. A photo of Glib Oleksandr Ivanov-Tolpintsev included in the criminal complaint.
  23. A series of recorded telephone conversations between Brian Anderson (pictured) and his wife Amy, which took place between his July 13 conviction on a misdemeanor battery charge and July 29, when he was sentenced to 120 days in jail, revealed issues that were on Anderson’s mind as he adjusted to life in the Pasco County Jail.
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