5 Things You Shouldn't Have Missed
OK, so you had a busy week. We understand. Let us catch you up on all the highlights.
Patch wants to be your source for local news coverage. We also want to make online community conversation online fun and easy.
Sometimes, it’s our local coverage that is the most striking thing about the site. Sometimes the most notable thing about a post is the conversations that arise from what we post.
Sometimes we do both things well.
Catch up and join the conversation by following the links below to find some highlights of the coverage and conversation on our site from this past week.
- "I am angry now," said Councilwoman Judy DeBella Thomas.
- The ordinance would change the city code to allow community gardens on private property.
- Police say he has admitted to setting six fires in New Port Richey.
- A girl allegedly beat up a Mitchell High School student, and the video landed on Facebook.
- The Suncoast Co-Op provides local growers a place to sell their produce while giving residents a more affordable source of organic foods.