Top Headlines: Sail Honeymoon Re-Bid, Dunedin Teen's Body Found

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Sail Honeymoon was selected as the winning bidder for Dunedin Causeway Concession services on Tuesday and will enter into the contract negotiation phase.

2. Dunedin Teen's Body Found in St. Pete Canal

Detectives said they do not believe death of the 17-year-old boy was suspicious in nature.

Bicycle enthusiasts and businesses vested in the city's proposed northern route project, which seeks to connect Pinellas Trail to popular Dunedin destinations, gave their support April 9.

4. Bicyclist Hurt in Dunedin Causeway Crash is ID'd

An employer was able to identify Gerald Mihalinec, who was apparently hurt in a single bicycle crash earlier this week and who remained hospitalized Wednesday night.

5. Dunedin Agrees: Ban Internet Cafe Game Devices

Dunedin leaders issued unanimous support April 4 for Pinellas County's proposed ban on gaming devices at Internet sweepstakes cafes.

6. Sister City Dignitary from Scotland Visits Dunedin

Colin O'Brien, a former provost of Stirling, Scotland, shares historical significance of the sister city's upcoming anniversaries Thursday, while he is in town for the Dunedin Highland Games.

7. Deputy K9 Unit Snags Accused Vehicle Burglar

Brenden Patrick Biggers is accused of entering multiple vehicles in an attempt to steal money in the Ravenwood Manor area of Dunedin late Friday, authorities report.

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