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Monday, May 20, 2013
The following report shows charges associated with residents in Dunedin booked at Pinellas County Jail between May 11 and 17.
The following report shows charges associated with Dunedin residents booked at Pinellas County Jail between May 11 and May 17, 2013. Being arrested on charges does not mean a person has been convicted of the crime. Sign up for the Dunedin Patch email newsletter to get more top headlines and breaking news delivered to your inbox.
Three new portraits hang in the Senior Hall of Fame at Hale Senior Activity Center. Meet this year's winners.
Three new portraits hang in the Dunedin Senior Hall of Fame. A luncheon ceremony welcomed three 2013 inductees at Hale Senior Activity Center on May 15. This year's banquet, set to an "Unleash the Power of Age" theme, traditionally honors one couple and one individual 75 years or older, who've lived in Dunedin for 10 years or longer and demonstrate the art of aging while volunteering their time in the community. This year's inductees are: Dave and Nell Thomas: The couple moved to Dunedin in 1977 and have been active in their church, the Masonic Lodge, the Dunedin Rotary Club and the Dunedin Historical Society, to name a few. The couple live by a motto to "brighten the corner" where they are, and for them, Dunedin is their corner. Theresa …
One Dunedin business was reviewed three times in the past week by local shoppers. Can you guess which business?
The Institute for Creative Arts will host the monthly meeting of the Downtown Dunedin Merchant's Association June 12. Come meet your downtown merchants and city officials at 968 Douglas Ave.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Construction of discount retail chain Dollar General's new location in Dunedin is nearly complete.
The latest discount retail chain store to join the Dunedin landscape is nearly complete. The up-and-coming Dollar General at 1260 Belcher Rd., near the corner of State Road 580, is constructed with faux windows that give it an upgraded, neighborhood feel when compared to the architecture style of the chain's base model. Landscaping and road improvements were also made. The 9,100-square-foot store, which the city approved in October, is slated to receive interior work before it opens, possibly within the month. Dollar General is also building at 1326 San Christopher Dr., where it replaces a boat and RV storage lot. Dunedin has one other Dollar General Store at Causeway Plaza. The stores carry school supplies, beach items, toys, toiletries…
Friends of the Island Parks officials said building an observation and interpretive facility on Caladesi Island is more complex and costly because of its location.
Cindy Farris is excited about plans to bring a 25-foot observation deck to Caladesi Island. Farris, president of Friends of the Island Parks, told Dunedin city leaders May 16 that the group is close to naming a contractor for the project and fundraising efforts are going strong. The proposed $700,000 Caladesi Discovery Center would provide a panoramic view and include hands-on exhibits in a planned interpretive facility on the popular barrier island. An additional $150,000 would be for educational exhibits. The expense of the project is due, in part, to the high cost of transporting materials and equipment to the remote project site, Farris said. "It's not easy to build on the barrier island," she said. The group's first major fundraising …
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When a Dunedin girl was invited to throw out the first pitch at Thursday's Rays game, she received a very special surprise. Do you agree with these Patch readers' opinions on a recent story about the possibility of a gun show at the Dunedin Community Center? The following report shows charges associated with residents in Dunedin booked at Pinellas County Jail between May 4-10. The "Visit Dunedin" website is looking to populate its directory with tourism-based businesses before fall. What should the city do, if anything, to keep the Toronto Blue Jays here for many springs to come? And if they do leave, would you be sad to see them go? The Dunedin High School Scottish Highlander Band took the show on the road for performances at Disney. City…
Fabien Cousteau sat, swam and took photos of Winter the dolphin during a visit to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium on Thursday.
Fabien Cousteau sat, swam and took photos of Winter the dolphin during a visit to the Clearwater Marine Aquarium on Thursday. Cousteau, the great grandson of famed sea explorer Jacques, was the guest speaker for the dedication and naming ceremony of the new R.O. Jacobson Center for Education and Animal Care facility at the aquarium. The center is part of a $14 million expansion for the aquarium to increase its capabilities to rescue and rehabilitate marine life. The facility offers office space for marine biologists, more lab and work space. There is an 18-foot-deep, 250,000-gallon rooftop pool, other pools for injured sea turtles and space for four North American river otters. Cousteau is the founder of Plant A Fish, a nonprofit dedicated…
Thanks Janice Spencer Smith for sharing this sunset silhouette from the Dunedin Causeway! We love seeing your photos Dunedin! Please upload sunset pictures to this community gallery.