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Deputies say alcohol appears to be a factor in the crash, which occurred at about 2:15 a.m. on Friday.
A motion to fund only two of the three proposed projects in an $800,000 package benefitting the Dunedin Fine Art Center, Historical Museum and the Blatchley House at Weaver Park, left some officials confused and surprised at Thursday's city meeting.
Jeff Fuller's lyrical mix-ups during "O Canada" and "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a spring training game have gone viral.
South Beach Pavilion's Friday Night Fish Fry is the type of place beachgoers wander up to after a day in the sun, with sand on their toes, salt in their hair and an appetite for comfort food.
After the death of Dunedin High grad Jason Paul, family members, friends and neighbors gathered in Crest Lake Park to remember and move forward.
Caladesi Island State Park came in at No. 12 on the list of best beaches in the U.S., as determined by the users of tripadvisor.com.
Afternoon walkers on Dunedin Causeway would have had no indication of Justin Riney's epic Expedition Florida 500 journey unfolding nearby on Monday.
Funedin, a group dedicated to "spreading merriment" in Dunedin shares their very own version of the "Harlem Shake."
City leaders were fed for their time — roughly seven hours — spent brainstorming Dunedin's future at Dunedin Community Center on Feb. 28.
Rotary Club volunteers were stationed outside businesses in Dunedin on Saturday, Feb. 23, painting people's pinky fingers to bring awareness and raise money for polio immunizations worldwide.
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