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DUNEDIN — City officials drove home an amended ordinance designed to provide golf carts better access to more parts of the community, especially to downtown through major roadway crossings, but limited vehicle access into Highlander Park.

A tradition stretching back 136 years to the 1880s, when citrus was king in Dunedin, is being revitalized by the former boxcar’s new proprietor, Elana Kapetaneas. She is bringing the flavors and aroma of citrus back to the antique railroad car, adjacent to the Dunedin Historical Society Museum, with her business scheduled to open on the Pinellas Trail in mid-August called Lane’s Lemonade.

DUNEDIN — For decades, the city of Dunedin’s Parks & Recreation Department oversaw the Dunedin Concert Band. The informally organized band was founded in 1981, but never existed as a legal entity of its own. This all changed in 2014, when Stephen P. Brown, previously director of the Clea…

Construction on one of the largest commercial development projects ever to take place along Main Street in downtown Dunedin, The Courtyard on Main, is scheduled to begin in August. Construction is designed to take place in two phases, with the opening of the building planned for the fall of 2021.

During the 1880s through the early 1900s in Dunedin, many wealthy and prominent families lived on a ruddy unpaved dirt road by the water’s edge of St. Josephs Sound known as Victoria Drive. Many locals were acquainted with the Joneses, Skinners, Somervilles, Hannas and the McMasters, who are…

DUNEDIN — The 10th annual Dunedin Orange Festival, a benefit for the Dunedin Historical Museum and the Dunedin Chamber Cultural & Educational Foundation, will be held Saturday, July 13, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Edgewater Park next to the downtown marina.

After smoothly sailing through its one-year pilot program, Dunedin city commissioners approved a three-year extension with Clearwater Ferry Services to operate waterborne transportation between the city marina and Clearwater Beach. City officials visualize the ferry providing alternative transportation to city events, or someday offering trips to Caladesi Island.

The city of Dunedin took on the Chamber of Commerce in a softball game held in conjunction with the groundbreaking of the new Dunedin Stadium set for next week.

DUNEDIN — After enjoying 30 years as a successful attorney handling health care law, and addressing senior citizen, women’s and employment issues in New Jersey, Theo Tamborlane decided to relocate to Dunedin to reflect all the images she had seen and emotion she felt on canvas.

The 53rd Dunedin Highland Games and Festival was held April 6 at Highlander Park in Dunedin, featuring athletic events, music, food and entertainment. The city's Pipe Band parade was held along Main Street April 5.

DUNEDIN — For the past dozen years, House of Mercy and Encouragement, tucked away behind a shopping center at 2030 Main St., west of Belcher Road on King Arthur Court, has helped children, teens, parents, couples and grandparents cope with the emotional pain, pressures, anxieties, strains an…

On Fat Tuesday, as many as 34,000 people are expected to take part in one of the largest Mardi Gras celebrations in the Southeast. The Downtown Dunedin Merchants Association will present the 28 annual Dunedin Mardi Gras Parade and Festival on Tuesday, March 5, from 4 to 10 p.m.

DUNEDIN — The Screaming Orphans, a Pop/Celtic Rock band from County Donegal, Ireland, will perform Thursday, Feb. 7 at the Scottish American Society Hall, 917 Louden Ave.

DUNEDIN — Imagine Skinner Boulevard from Alt. U.S. 19 to Bass Boulevard as a two-lane roadway – one lane in each direction – with landscaped medians, raised pedestrian crossings, curb outs and roundabouts at Douglas Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

DUNEDIN — City commissioners are joining a movement to encourage the federal government to restore funding for a program established in 1964 to create parks and open spaces, protect wetlands and refuges and support other conservation opportunities.

A residential parking permit program has been adopted on three streets adjacent to The Fenway, and now the hotelier has 90 days to come up with a parking solution that addresses their needs and the issues of neighborhood residents. During the hearing on the parking problem Jan. 24, City Commissioner Heather Gracy summed up the multi-faceted issue by stating “we don’t do parking very well.”

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