Top Headlines: Sheriff Addresses Dunedin Crime; Munchee's Surveillance Video
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Sheriff's Bob Gualtieri warned residents during the Pinellas County Sheriff's first of many quarterly appearances at City Hall Jan. 24 that not everything going on in south Dunedin is as it seems.
A Facebook page was recently created in an effort to solve the Jan. 6 murder, in which the 22-year-old Dunedin High graduate's body was discovered a block from his house at a Clearwater park.
City Commissioner Ron Barnette sends an email plea to Pinellas County Schools to reconsider a plan that forces some Dunedin children to walk across a five-lane state highway to get to San Jose Elementary next year.
Sail Honeymoon is fast approaching the end of its concessionaire license agreement with the city, and some residents and elected officials want to amend the contract so the business can stay. Here's what Dunedin's saying about it.
Detectives are seeking the public's help in identifying the suspects in a surveillance video obtained during the investigation of an armed robbery at the Munchee's on Union Street in Dunedin late Jan. 15.
Per-Olof Kellquist, a retired businessman vacationing from Sweden, explained what it's like to golf in the snow. On Jan. 24, his group got to play in the palm trees at Dunedin Golf Club.
What type of business would you like to see in the space once occupied by Elkin Bakery and Cafe inside the Dunedin Plaza Shopping Center on Patricia Avenue?
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