Bike Food Delivery Service, City Commission Candidates And More From Patch
OK, so you had a busy week. We understand. Let us catch you up on all the highlights!
1. Hungry? Dunedin bicyclist Rob Pereira delivers! Just give him a call and he'll bring food from any of six partnering local restaurants.
2. Twins Annelise and Micheal Viera, Dunedin Highland Middle School students, and friend Ronnie Riccobene are selling brightly-colored hair bows, flower clips and headbands to raise $500 for a UNICEF water filtration project.
3. A body found last week along the Dunedin Causeway near Honeymoon Island appeared to be that of a man in his early to mid 40s who committed suicide, authorities said.
4. A far-reaching telemarketing scam that was based out of a Dunedin home and allegedly stole millions of dollars from elderly people across the country. Find out just how the scam worked and just how big it was.
5. Chef John Lewis made it his personal quest to be your resource for happy hour in Dunedin. In the latest edition of The Happy Hour Club, Chef John checks out Mezze on Main.
6. A Dunedin man caught prowling and taking items from cars intended to sell them for drug money, authorities say.
7. Patch caught up with city commission candidates David Carson and Heather Gracy ahead of the Nov. 6 election to give voters a better sense of who they are and what they stand for. The two will also be answering questions online in an upcoming Patch Podium series. Have a question you want answered? Send it to email@example.com.