Top Headlines: Pastrami-Eating Challenge, Munchee's Robbery Arrest, Dunedin Sweetbay Closes
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Pinellas County Sheriff's detectives arrested a Palm Harbor man on Feb. 7 in connection with a string of recent robberies and a burglary at a Munchee's convenience store in Dunedin.
Saul Shwarztein at Dunedin Bagels is challenging the area's beef-eating heavyweights to a pastrami-eating competition in Pioneer Park on Feb. 23. See how you can qualify.
A legal agreement the owner of Sail Honeymoon made three years ago with the city requires that he re-bid for his business, but some commissioners are looking to create a loophole to bypass the bidding process.
The Sweetbay grocery store at 1681 Main St. officially closed Monday. Are you sad to see it go?
Despite being past deadline to file a claim, a high-powered litigation firm wants Dunedin to join Pinellas County and several surrounding cities in filing claims against oil companies deemed responsible for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon spill.
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