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Police & Fire
A menagerie of more than 40 animals was found within the house at Hiawatha Place.
But they aren't derailing a hearing at which they will consider putting a lien on the property.
City council members want to talk about the idea, but Fire Chief Alex Onishenko has raised concerns about impacts on service and the city's insurance rating.
Deputy Mayor Bill Phillips can hardly believe it.
Pasco County Commissioners want to explore the idea.
Locals want to make their feelings known. What are yours?
The idea would have given the Pasco County Sheriff's Office responsibility for the service now provided by the state.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Ed Isolani is looking for folks to make music that could help raise money.
The gun went off, and a shot hit a home that was occupied.
Work is being done on a property city officials say might become a grocery market and cafe, and an antique shop is getting ready to open its doors.
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