Top Headlines: Commissioner's Home Vandalized, Fluoridation Controversy
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1. The Heather Gracy campaign sent a mailer to Dunedin residents last week accusing her political opponent Commissioner David Carson of back-door politics and cronyism. Do you think it crossed the line?
2. Speaking of Carson, his home was vandalized last weekend, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. Carson told deputies someone stuck plastic utensils in the ground in his yard, squirted mustard on his garage door and truck and left silly string in the driveway and on his mailbox.
3. Dunedin High singing sensation Nathalie Hernandez's run on the NBC reality show 'The Voice' came to an end earlier this week. The 15-year-old lost in Tuesday night's "battle round" competition against a 24-year-old singer named Aquile.
4. Mayor Dave Eggers has changed his mind about the city's water fluoridation process almost one year after he voted to take fluoride out of the water, he announced during a recent candidate forum. Find out why.
5. A Dunedin man who crashed through the wall of a barber shop on Patricia Avenue on Tuesday afternoon had been drinking, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office reports.