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  1. Two wounded in St. Petersburg shooting

    Crime

    ST. PETERSBURG — Two men were wounded in a shooting Tuesday afternoon, according to the St. Petersburg Police Department.

  2. Pinellas keeps movie dreams alive with indie roles, including Kevin Smith's latest film

    Movies

    Tampa Bay's film industry isn't dead. It's just resting, staying limber with a few shoestring indies and ambitious life support.

    Indie icon Kevin Smith, pictured at last week's San Diego Comic-Con, recently filmed his latest horror flick Killroy Was Here around Sarasota, and also filmed scenes at a house in St. Petersburg. (Getty Images for IMDb)
  3. Hernando Commission to ponder Weeki Wachee River water woes

    Local Government

    BROOKSVILLE — Water-based recreation in western Hernando County is a hot topic among county commissioners, but planned discussions about ongoing problems on the Weeki Wachee River and a new proposal for a potential swimming area in the Weekiwachee Preserve slowed to drip Tuesday.

    Kayaks crowd the Weeki Wachee River. A former Southwest  Florida Water Management District executive believes Hernando County should focus its spending on protecting the river, instead of developing a center and beach at the Weekiwachee Preserve.
Times files (2016)
  4. New Port Richey seeks better special events spread among more city sites

    Local Government

    NEW PORT RICHEY – After a $3 million upgrade at New Port Richey's Sims Park, city leaders are worried about the wear and tear on the park from the litany of special events held there.

    Sims Park, the site of popular splash pads and home to frequent festivals and special events in downtown New Port Richey, could see fewer new events because of concerns about wear and tear at the recently renovated park. in a workshop Monday, New Port Richey City Council talked of spreading future events around to other locales in the city. 
TIMES files (2016)
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