Here are some of the stories we featured from August 1-August 6.
1. Main Street Landing developer Ken McGurn asked the New Port Richey City Council for a promise of financial assistance Tueday night. He didn’t get it. 2. The Volunteer Way, a local nonprofit, is seeking more funds for its new property. 3. Pasco County Sheriff’s detectives have been investigating a series of smash-and-grab burglaries. 4. Detectives arrested a former Mugs ‘N Jugs server as part of an investigation into a fraud and identity theft operation. 5. A task force looking into starting a four-day school week in Pasco County got its marching orders.