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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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Bunnies are nice and all, but, hey, this is Florida, so we've got to mix in a gator or two. About a hundred children and parents got a bit of both April 3 when they visited the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary in Palm Harbor for an Easter egg hunt event that also included gator shows.

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LARGO — Creative Pinellas has announced the completion of a new mural at the intersection of Belcher and Alderman roads in Palm Harbor. The location was chosen after nearby residents expressed interest to Pinellas County in the use of public art as a deterrent to graffiti, as the wall was fr…

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LARGO — Pinellas County commissioners voted no to a request to vacate a right-of-way in Palm Harbor due to a number of issues including encroachment by the petitioners onto public property.

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PALM HARBOR — Three officers of now-defunct Palm Harbor nonprofits have reached settlements with the attorneys general from 11 states, including Florida, over allegations the charities they operated misused funds raised for medical assistance to military veterans.

PALM HARBOR — With the country still coping with the coronavirus crisis, community leaders have to get creative in hosting special events that are so vital to the local economy during the pandemic.

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Plato Academy Palm Harbor, a charter school, has reopened after a brief shutdown after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

PALM HARBOR — The Crafty Ladies of Sherwood Forest, a small group of residents of the RV resort at 175 Alt. 19 in Palm Harbor, have been making afghans, quilts and blankets for friends, family members and veterans’ groups for many years.

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“Take that, take it forward, and just one day a year, on 9/11, pay it forward,” said 9/11 survivor Greg Amira of Trinity. “Help a fellow person. I don’t care if it’s a nonprofit for fish and wildlife or disabled children. Give. And if you can’t give your time and effort, give money, give a donation of goods and services, something, but just the one day a year use it to unite.”

Due to a reduced supply, increased demand, and lack of seasonal rainfall, reclaimed water in north Pinellas County will continue to be unavailable on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays until further notice while the system is shut down for storage level recovery.

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The Palm Harbor Library has been recognized in our community for being the cornerstone of a thriving Palm Harbor, where patrons enrich their lives by utilizing the library’s many resources. From literacy tutoring, job assistance, Medicare planning, art exhibits, children’s programs, musical …

PALM HARBOR — Casey Cane, Palm Harbor fire commissioner and chairman of the board was automatically reelected to the Palm Harbor Special Fire Control and Rescue District, Seat 1, last month when no one opposed him.  

PALM HARBOR – The Palm Harbor Library officially reopened its doors to the community with new safety measures in place, including a secure check-in system and limited attendance.

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CLEARWATER — Sitting as the Countywide Planning Authority, Pinellas County Commissioners voted, 6-1, April 21 to approve a plan map amendment for land on McMullen Booth Road in Palm Harbor that will allow a local dentist to build a new office.

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The death toll at two Pinellas County nursing facilities beleaguered by outbreaks of the novel coronavirus continues to mount. According to reports from the District Six Medical Examiner’s office, 12 residents of Freedom Square of Seminole and four from St. Mark Village in Palm Harbor have now died.

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A nursing facility in northern Pinellas County has reported 13 residents and eight staff members have tested positive for coronavirus. St. Mark Village in Palm Harbor is the latest facility to see a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases within the last week, according to an email exchange between the county administrator’s office and county commissioners Monday.

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PALM HARBOR — When Alan Gauzens asked his then-girlfriend, Joanne, if she wanted to donate blood in support of their Miami church in 1977, she agreed — on the condition her future husband hold her hand the whole time.

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PALM HARBOR — The crowd began gathering at 1100 Riviere Road a full hour before the ribbon cutting ceremony was set to begin on Jan. 25. Dozens of well-dressed parishioners trudged across a dirt parking lot in high heels and loafers to witness an occasion more than five years in the making.

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