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Fresh palm trees are now sprouting up all over Palm Harbor. Well, make that palm tree murals. The bevvy of murals come courtesy of Palm Harbor artist Michelle Sasha Wright, who has undertaken a campaign to offer residents to paint a free palm tree mural at their home.

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DUNEDIN — City commissioners are mulling over recommendations expected to ensure the operations and condition of Dunedin Golf Club are on solid ground in the years to come.

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DUNEDIN — Efforts are under way to hire a company to work on a digital presentation project showcasing the historic Kellogg Mansion now that fund-raising for the first tier has exceeded the goal of $25,000.

DUNEDIN — A discussion over a proposed raise for City Manager Jennifer Bramley became tense Sept. 16 when Mayor Julie Ward Bujalski strongly urged commissioners to also approve a $2,000 bonus for her.

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PALM HARBOR — Prior to 2020, the annual 9/11 memorial ceremony at Curlew Hills Memory Gardens was gaining a reputation as one of the largest and most impactful events of its kind in the Tampa Bay area.

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As the city continues to grow and build new bed-and-breakfast establishments, the new Hampton Inn on the Dunedin Causeway, and other Airbnbs that add to the list of places to stay and visit within our community, many people do not realize that at an earlier time in Dunedin’s history the comm…

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The regional affiliate of Habitat for Humanity — one of the nation’s busiest — recently marked its 700th home build, adding some 100 affordable properties since just 2019 and set to maintain that momentum in the coming year.

Dozens of residents attended a recent Oldsmar City Council meeting demanding to be included in the downtown development plans

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SEMINOLE — Tampa Bay Newspapers Associate Publisher Jay Rey has been named publisher for the organization, which includes publications in Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Hillsborough counties.

OLDSMAR — On Saturday, June 26, Sharon Edwards and her small army of volunteers delivered thousands of pounds of food, dozens of pairs of socks, several boxes of toiletries and other supplies, plus hundreds of dollars in cash and gift cards, to Oldsmar Cares. The effort was the result of the monthlong Project POP Drop donation drive to benefit the nonprofit food pantry.

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This past weekend, the new owners of the historic Kellogg mansion in Dunedin arrived at the home with their four children to enjoy the sunset. It was their first visit to the 1925 home since closing on it in mid-June. Their joyous moment turned to dismay, however, when they learned the house had been stripped of historical artifacts the city had been working for months to preserve, officials said June 29.

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OLDSMAR — When Oldsmar’s Ordinance Review Committee conducted a review of city code with the purpose of streamlining language and bringing items up to date, it recommended giving pay raises to the five city council members, including the mayor, something that hadn’t been done since 2006.

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DUNEDIN — With some laughter and tears, city commissioners proclaimed June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month in the city.

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