News - Greater Pasco County

Academy at the Lakes hold Veterans' Day Assembly Honoring Community Members who currently Serve or have Served our Nation’s Military

Academy at the Lakes welcomed parents to attend a very special all-school Veterans' Day Assembly to honor Academy community members who currently serve or have served our Nation’s Military. Student Musical Ensembles performed for a packed crowd who enjoyed patriotic [...] 

Campaign Fish Fry Honoring Pasco County Commissioner, District 2 Chairman Mike Moore

A Campaign Fish Fry Honoring Pasco County Commissioner, District 2 Chairman Mike Moore was held on Thursday, October 26, 2017, located at 35230 Abbott Charles Rd, Dade City, FL. Honored Guests included: State Senator Wilton Simpson, Representative Danny Burgess, and Pasco County Commissioner Ron Oakley [...]

U.S. Women's Hockey Team Tops Finland, 8-2, To Open Four Nations Cup at Florida Hospital Center Ice

Emily Pfalzer (Buffalo, N.Y.) recorded a hat trick and 12 different U.S. Women's National Team players registered points as Team USA topped Finland, 8-2, here today in Wesley Chapel, Florida, to open the 2017 Four Nations Cup.   “I thought we played very well for our progression [...]

2017 Pasco County Republican Party Ronald Reagan Day Dinner with Keynote Speaker Congressman Brian Mast

The Reagan Day Dinner was held on Saturday, October 28, 2017, located at Spartan Manor, 6121 Massachusetts Avenue, New Port Richey, FL. There was s Social hour with hors d'oeuvres, followed by the Dinner. Honored Guests included: U.S. Congressman Gus Bilirakis U.S. House [...]

Feeding Pasco's Elderly 3rd Annual Ambassador's Breakfast w Commissioner Mike Wells in New Port Richey

The 3rd Annual Ambassador's Breakfast was held on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 from 7:30 am to 9:00 am, located at Verizon Event Center, 8718 Trouble Creek Road, New Port Richey, FL. Feeding Pasco"s Board of Directors including Commissioner Mike WellsCommissioner [...]

Heritage Pines Community Raises Funds to Help Local Victims Impacted by Hurricane Irma thru United Way of Pasco County

Saturday, Oct 21, 2017 | On Target Page: Greater Pasco County, Land O'Lakes, Lutz, The United Way of Pasco County
Heritage Pines Community raises funds to help local victims impacted by Hurricane Irma. As a result of this Hurricane, more than 200 homes have been severely impacted and some destroyed including low and moderate income residents and elderly families.  Due to power [...]  

CareerSource Pasco Hernando Partners with Superior Precast to Hire 100 Employees in Pasco County

Tuesday, Oct 17, 2017 | On Target Page: Greater Pasco County, Dade City
CareerSource Pasco Hernando aided Superior Precast in their efforts to hire over 100 local jobseekers within 3 years. Superior Precast stone from Superior Precast products is a highly refined architectural precast building stone manufactured to simulate natural cut stone, while [...]

Local Girls Train with U.S. Women’s National Team - Girls Hockey Weekend at Florida Hospital Center Ice

By USAHockey.com   Twelve members of the U.S. Women’s National Team, as well as head coach Robb Stauber and assistant coach Paul Mara, today hosted a free on-ice clinic in celebration of IIHF World Girls Ice Hockey Weekend. The clinic, which was held at [...]

Pasco Economic Development Council 31st annual Awards and Trade Show

 The Pasco Economic Development Council hosted its 31st annual Awards and Trade Show on Thursday, August. 31, 2017, located at Saddlebrook Resort and Spa. The evening at Saddlebrook Resort and Spa opened with a reception at 5 p.m., followed by the awards [...]

Car Splits in Half After Striking tree in East Pasco County by Pasco County Fire & Rescue

Thursday, Oct 05, 2017 | On Target Page: Greater Pasco County, Dade City, PCFR Battalion 4
Car struck a tree on Prospect this morning splitting the car into two pieces and ejecting the lone occupant in East Pasco County. One person was flown to a Trauma Center. E27, E24, R27.

Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce Economic Development Briefing, Guest Speaker Audi Wesley Chapel

The Greater Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce held its monthly Economic Development Briefing on Thursday, August 24, 2017 from 11:30am to 1:00pm, located at Pebble Creek, 10550 Regents Park Dr. Tampa, FL 33647. The Guest Speaker this month was Audi Wesley Chapel, they [...]

Pasco Citizens Donates, Wesley Chapel Nissan Transports Food, Clothes and Toiletries to Victims of Hurricane Irma

Residents in Pasco County are getting donations together to help their neighbors in need -- everything from clothes to food and cleaning supplies. The lot looked a bit different at Wesley Chapel Nissan Thursday. People there were not looking for a new car; rather, they were volunteers wanting [...]

Update Wednesday Sept 13, 6:00 pm: Pasco County “Hurricane Irma” Recovery Operations Continue to Support Citizens in Pasco County.

Pasco County EOC update from Pasco County PASCO COUNTY, FL - Pasco County “Hurricane Irma” recovery operations continue to support citizens in Pasco County. Below is the latest information as of 6:00 p.m. [...]

Update Tuesday Sept 12, 6:03pm: Pasco County Storm Related Debris Removal for Residents. County will require debris to be placed at the curb

Pasco County Utilities, Solid Waste and Resource Recovery Department, will begin debris removal starting the week of Monday, September 18, 2017.  In preparation for the removal, Pasco County homeowners must have all debris materials brought to the curb or roadside for pickup. [...]

Update Tuesday Sept 12, 4:45pm: Pasco County Residents Seeking Shelter Must Meet Criteria to be Accepted

Pasco County Government is working to return those housed in a shelter to their homes as it becomes safe to do so. For those residents seeking shelter, please first attempt to find shelter with relatives or friends. If that is not an option, citizens can self-evacuate to the [...]

Pasco County and Entire Tampa Bay Area Braces for Impact of Hurricane Irma See Hour by Hour Rain and Wind Estimates for Central Pasco

Ever since Hurricane Andrew, Florida mandated the most stringent building codes in the U.S. Since 2001, structures must be built to withstand winds of 111 mph and up. Here is some information Compiled by OurtownFLA.com as of 3 am Sept 10, 2017 from Intellicast.com
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