Top Headlines: $10,000 Reward, Song For Sandy Hook, Bulldog Puppy Brings Hope
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Judy Adair, whose family runs Creative Graphics in Dunedin, was taking a 10-week-old bulldog puppy to its new home in Michigan, where its new owner is in a fight for his life.
In an effort to generate credible information and leads in the city's first homicide of the year Jason Paul's family is offering $10,000 in addition to the $1,000 Crime Stoppers reward already offered.
City leaders wrestled with how to pay for a future, more spacious municipal center, estimated at $5.1 million, during a commission workshop Jan. 15. They discussed possibly selling city-owned land and using City Hall as performance art space.
A Dunedin musician recently penned a touching song that commemorates the 26 lives lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy.
The City of Dunedin Pipe Band brought home a victory from Winter Springs last weekend, the band reports.