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Christopher Kaywood, 40, of New Port Richey, was charged with petty theft after police say he entered a Tarpon Springs store, took a variety of items and left without paying for them.
Martha Stewart isn't the only one with holiday craft ideas that will leave observers speechless and full of cheer.
Deputies say the man was wearing only construction boots when he was spotted near the Tarpon Springs Golf Course.
Sherry Downing, owner of Dot's Dish Garden, displays her work at fairs and festivals in the region.
Check out these creative crafts that are good for all ages.
Since today is the spookiest day of the year, enjoy one of the many cinematic classics that have been cherished over the years. What's your favorite Halloween movie?
We wish all of our readers a very merry Patchmas!
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