Local News

UC Synergetic to create 25 Jobs in Pasco County

The Pasco Economic Development Council (Pasco EDC) assisted UC Synergetic to expand their regional operations in ComPark 75 in the Wesley Chapel Area. The engineering company expects to create 25 new jobs in addition to the 80 current employees in the new 19,000-square foot office location. “Pasco County’s business community… Read More Read More

Pasco EDC Announces first Leadership Award: Don Porter of Wiregrass

Porter’s vision for Wiregrass Ranch helped shape one of the fastest growing areas in Pasco County and the State of Florida The Pasco EDC Leadership Award celebrates a person in Economic Development, who has had a remarkable impact on Pasco County and our community. The late James “Don” Porter and… Read More Read More

Hernando County selects Jeff Rogers as Deputy County Administrator

Hernando County Government has selected Jeff Rogers, P.E. as its deputy county administrator. Rogers, a Hernando County resident, has a master’s in civil engineering and a bachelor’s in environmental engineering both from the University of Miami. He has spent the past seven years working for Citrus County Government, most recently… Read More Read More

Pasco Fire Rescue Installs Free Smoke Alarms

Pasco County Fire Rescue, in partnership with the American Red Cross, installed free smoke alarms on Saturday, August 26, 2017 in the Port Richey neighborhood where a two-alarm fire last week seriously injured a man and killed more than a dozen dogs. Read More Read More

Update on City of Inverness Capital Projects

Nearing Completion Inverness Infantry Memorial is a special project to the community that will find its new home outside the west wing of City Hall at 212 W. Main Street, Inverness. The lifelike bronze soldier statutes will be placed upon a double tiered granite pedestal that will be surrounded by… Read More Read More

20-year-old Bendickson Reef scheduled for Expansion

Expansion of the Bendickson artificial reef located 20 nautical miles west of Hernando Beach is scheduled to take place the last two weeks of August, pending good weather and calm seas.  Approximately 600 tons of reinforced concrete structures will be deployed on bare sand bottom areas near the existing ten… Read More Read More

Boogie on the (Port Richey) Bayou

Port Richey’s waterfront district is located along the Gulf of Mexico both north and south of the Pithlachascotee (Cotee) River. It isn’t well marked and doesn’t look like much from U.S. 19, but it houses some really nice businesses owned by determined entrepreneurs that are improving the area with help… Read More Read More