Top Headlines: Quick Nick's Son Dies; Don't Call it 'Southside'?
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City leaders in a retreat focused on Dunedin's future talked about abandoning use of the word "southside" when talking about parts of the city in order to change some possible negative perceptions. What's your take?
Dunedin commissioners agreed in a 3-2 vote to move forward on a three-year-old agreement with Glen Steinke, the expiring concessionaire at Sail Honeymoon on Dunedin Causeway, to open the land to competitive bidding.
The son of the former Quick Nick's gas station manager will be laid to rest Monday, with a closed-casket viewing on Sunday, according to family.
Jason Sutton tried walking away from an arrest and then kicked a deputy in the face, according to authorities.
5. City Retreat: Would Trips to Scotland, Canada Preserve Dunedin's Sister City, Spring Training Relationships?
Commissioners discussed the possibility of sending a local delegation to Stirling and Toronto in order to preserve and maintain the city's international partnerships during a Feb. 28 retreat on Dunedin's future.
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