Make us your home page
Instagram

Pasco

Superintendent asks for patience as school boundaries are redrawn

0

Macy's is one of the anchoring department stores  the Shops at Wiregrass in Wesley Chapel. It could be one of the 100 stores the retailer plans to close nationwide by next year. [Times (2008)]

What's next for Macy's at the Shops at Wiregrass?

It has been nearly a month since Macy's, amid slumping sales, announced it would close 100 stores by next year. Those stores account for 14 percent of the retailer's total number of department stores. While the company hasn't said which stores will close, analysts and credit firms have speculated about which stores …

0

  1. Class notes

    K12

    Calendar

    May 25-28: High school commencements.

  2. Pasco Briefs for April 28

    Briefs

    COUNTYWIDE

    Residents encouraged to take online survey

  3. Jailhouse informants have a powerful incentive to help, or hurt, a criminal case: Freedom

    Criminal

    LARGO — Jamison Bell is a good listener.

  4. Hometown Pasco for April 28

    Human Interest

    We want your news!

    Hometown Pasco is devoted to everyday life in our county, whether it's snapshots from your family reunion, recreational sporting event, news from your last club meeting or just a few lines thanking someone for a job well done. You can contact Hometown Pasco news coordinator Jean …

  5. Pasco panel resumes job of tackling SR 54 traffic congestion

    Roads

    LAND O'LAKES — A group talked transportation in a college classroom (study) amid a crowd of onlookers who filled every seat (capacity) and looked for additional space (congestion).

  6. Pasco's Business Digest for April 28

    Business

    Briefly

    BANK BREAKS GROUND FOR NEW BRANCH: First National Bank of Pasco broke ground on its fourth location, at 23613 State Road 54 in Lutz, on April 20. The new branch represents a new direction for the 30-year-old banking institution. The 3,000-square-foot facility, slated for grand opening on Oct. …

  7. Faith inspires New Port Richey couple to turn fine art into a business

    Religion

    Alone in a New Port Richey studio space, glassmaker Michael Hirsch lights the night, turning flame into custom religious keepsakes.