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Pet of the Week – Evelyn and Romeo

Wherefore art thou, Romeo (A005768)? This loverboy knows “sit,” is very attentive, and would likely be quick to learn more commands. He also takes treats gently. He sometimes pulls on a leash, but generally walks well. Romeo is about 3 years old and 60 pounds. takes a little while to… Read More Read More

Citrus County Receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award

National Recognition Represents Significant Achievement by Department of Management & Budget Citrus County Receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA) is pleased to announce that the Citrus County Board of County Commissioners has received GFOA’s Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for… Read More Read More

Keep Pasco Beautiful Cleanup September 16th

The Keep Pasco Beautiful Cleanup will be held on Saturday, September 16, 2023.  Keep Pasco Beautiful Cleanup September 16th It will take place at multiple locations throughout Pasco County from 8 am to 12 pm. We have changed the name of the Coastal Cleanup to the Keep Pasco Beautiful Cleanup since… Read More Read More

Pasco Animal Services Awarded $7,500 for Vet Equipment

Banfield Foundation® grant will help medical team check animals’ vital signs Pasco Animal Services Awarded $7,500 for Vet Equipment Pasco County Animal Services (PCAS) is the proud recipient of a $7,500 grant from Banfield Foundation to pay for lifesaving medical… Read More Read More

Tampa Electric Offers Help with Summer Bills

Undoubtedly, you’ve experienced it firsthand: this summer is one of the hottest on record. As temperatures soar, air conditioners, refrigeration, and other cooling systems bear the brunt, straining to maintain their set temperatures. One of the highest energy consumers in homes and businesses is air conditioners. They work by… Read More Read More

Pet of the Week – Cheyla and Rudolph

Cheyla (ID: A008626) is a big, pretty girl of over 70 pounds. This 2-year-old is sweet, affectionate, and gives kisses. She knows the sit and shake commands, and she takes treats gently. She wants to run, but generally walks well on a leash. Cheyla’s finder reported she was good with… Read More Read More