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DUNEDIN — The Dunedin Scottish Arts Foundation will present the 55th annual Highland Games & Festival, a traditional Scottish event featuring heavy athletics, solo piping and drumming, pipe band competition and the massed bands, Florida open highland dancing championships, parade of tart…

Our 2023 swim season is upon us. Below are some key points to think about as you plan for the warm water weather.

DUNEDIN — For more than four hours on Feb. 16, city commissioners discussed with consultants and staff strategies for retaining city employees, as well as other issues arising amid a competitive labor market.

DUNEDIN — Steady as she goes with no “rate shock.” That's what city officials in essence want for the Dunedin Marina as they examine its operations and finances and prepare to propose rate increases for users.

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DUNEDIN — It's time for volunteers and attendees to show their love for the seas again at Edgewater Park. The family friendly Hope Spot Festival is set for Saturday, Feb. 11. 

AMERICUS, Ga. — Kourtney Lister of Tarpon Springs graduated from Georgia Southwestern State University during the fall semester, whose commencement was held on Dec. 9 in the Convocation Hall of the Student Success Center here.

DUNEDIN — Wide concrete sidewalks, roundabouts and raised medians are among the improvements suggested for Skinner Boulevard in hopes of accommodating a variety of users.

DUNEDIN — City officials are calling for action after the death of a 79-year-old pedestrian in an accident Jan. 7 at the downtown crosswalk on Edgewater Drive near the marina.

The traditional gemstone to commemorate a 40th anniversary or birthday is the vibrant red ruby, which represents devotion and passion. In January of 1983, 40 years ago this month, a small group of devoted and passionate Palm Harbor residents who wanted to preserve the history of this area su…

OLDSMAR — Oldsmar officials hosted a pair of public workshops Jan. 10 to further refine the City Council’s intentions for the development of the 10-acre property on State Street known as the City Hall site. The plans now include a new City Hall.

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