Top Headlines: Dollar General, Mutt March, New Sheriff's Captain
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Dollar General developers updated site plans that replace a privately-owned "eyesore" storage lot. The item is up for discussion at tonight's city commission meeting.
Pinellas County Sheriff's Capt. Glenn Luben, the new man in charge of day-to-day patrol operations in north Pinellas, shares challenges he and his deputies face in times of tightening budgets and evolving technology.
Suncoast Animal League's annual Mutt March held Saturday, Feb. 16, at Highlander Park featured crazy contests and a Mutt March pledge walk.
Dunedin officials are considering renaming Pioneer Park to memorialize one of the city's longest serving public servants at Thursday's commission meeting.
City officials are considering the spending package for a possible wing at Dunedin Fine Art Center, entrance improvements at the Dunedin Historical Museum and a renovation project to turn the Blatchley House into an education center Thursday.
The sheriff's office said the three suspects — two of them from Dunedin — ambushed the clerk, taking his keys, cell phone and laptop.
Sportsnet, a sports broadcasting network, is planning weeks of coverage from Florida Auto Exchange Stadium, as the sports world keeps all eyes on Dunedin at the start of Spring Training season.
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