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Thousands returned to Tarpon Springs' Epiphany celebration to witness 16-year-old Alexander Makris of New Port Richey emerge from the bayou’s murky, shallow waters with the white and gold cross, a feat that according to the Greek Orthodox faith means a year of good blessings for the cross holder and his family.

DUNEDIN — The Dunedin Golf Club hosted its annual Children’s Christmas Party Dec. 13 and provided gifts to more than 40 children from the area who otherwise might not have received much for Christmas.

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Florida’s tourism market is the main form of economic growth in many of Florida’s cities, and Dunedin is no exception. During winter and spring season one can see the increase of tourists through the amount of traffic on the local roads and the crowds in the downtown district. Even before Cl…

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DUNEDIN — It's considered a snoozer of a discussion topic, but ensuring that streets are paved is a basic function of local government.

SAFETY HARBOR — A record crowd packed the Safety Harbor Resort and Spa’s banquet hall on Dec. 3 as the popular Mayors’ Breakfast, a long-running event featuring the mayors of Safety Harbor and Oldsmar pouring coffee for charity, returned following a COVID cancellation in 2020.

On Nov. 3, Melba Rilott passed away in her sleep. She was a very active member in various organizations in Dunedin, especially the last 30 years to the Dunedin History Museum.

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DUNEDIN — The Stirling Hotel, planned for two parcels at 380 Main St. and 830 Douglas Ave. and potential successor to the once-promising Courtyard on Main project, received a less-than-unanimous recommendation for design review application approval from the Local Planning Agency earlier this month.

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This is your last chance to make reservations for the gala farewell event at the Kellogg Mansion on Saturday, Nov. 6, from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

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DUNEDIN — City commissioners Oct. 21 authorized staff to work with developers on an agreement to build a hotel on Causeway Boulevard that would be used by the Toronto Blue Jays players.

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Art Harvest, presented by the Junior League of Clearwater-Dunedin, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 6-7, at Highlander Park, 903 Michigan Boulevard, in Dunedin.

Talk about having a big bucket list. City officials and commissioners are planning on how to use $18.3 million they expect to receive from the federal government.

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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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