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The city of New Port Richey has sought to redevelop the historic Hacienda Hotel since it purchased the Main Street property in 2004 for more than $2 million.BRENDAN FITTERER | Times

Latest development proposal brings new ideas for historic Hacienda Hotel

NEW PORT RICHEY — One of Tampa Bay's most famous names in real estate in the early 2000s, a man who later defaulted on millions of dollar in loans after the Great Recession, is hoping to partner with New Port Richey to redevelop the historic Hacienda Hotel. At one time, Grady Pridgen III estimated his real estate k …

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  1. Why was 'Saved by the Bell' star in Wesley Chapel on Saturday?

    Human Interest

    The Pasco County Sheriff's Office Twitter is updated almost hourly with SWAT training videos, mugshots, and deputies trying Unicorn frappuccinos from Starbucks.

    Mario Lopez poses with Pasco Sheriff's deputies at a car dealership event in Wesley Chapel on Saturday. (Photo from the Pasco County Sheriff's Office Twitter)
  2. Review: Onstage lunacy makes 'Shakespeare/Abridged' a must-see

    Stage

    Okay, so maybe you were turned off by the very thought of a play by William Shakespeare somewhere in your sophomore year of high school, back when you were more attracted by sports or band or the person three rows up in Algebra 1 class than a lecture on Macbeth.

  3. Review: 'Always a Bridesmaid' cast performs with grace and ease

    Stage

    Take The Dixie Swim Club, add a dollop of Steel Magnolias (without the sadness), a pinch of The Golden Girls and a smidgen of Sex and the City, and you get the nicely satisfying and enjoyable Always a Bridesmaid, the 2013 comedy playing through April 30 in the Forum at Stage West …

    "Always a Bridesmaid" opens runs weekends through April 30 on the Forum stage at Stage West Community Playhouse in Spring Hill. From left are: Sandy Mosley as Deedra, Sharon Vetter as Libby Ruth, Elizabeth Lichty as Monette and Jeanene MacLean as Charlie. [Photo by Carol Ballard]
  4. Long-awaited Tampa Bay transit study identifies five corridors for future transportation systems

    Mass Transit

    The firm assembling a highly anticipated study has identified five potential routes for a future transit system in Tampa Bay.

    A team from Jacobs Engineering assembling a highly anticipated study has identified five potential routes for a future transit system in Tampa Bay. It identified five corridors that could one day be served by future transit systems. [Times file photo]
  5. Black Maria festival returns to Richey Suncoast Theatre with 10 short films

    Movies

    NEW PORT RICHEY — The world-famous Black Maria Film Festival will make a stop at Richey Suncoast Theatre at 7:30 p.m. April 28, showing a collection of 10 award-winning short films created by filmmakers from around the world. They range in length from four to 15 minutes.

    Joan a documentary about a woman diagnosed with sarcoma who is determined to have a full life, will be one of the films featured at the Black Maria Film Festival at Richey Suncoast Theatre.
  6. New connection for Pasco to Tampa remains elusive

    Roads

    WESLEY CHAPEL — George Neuendorf brought a prop.

    Tampa City Council member Luis Viera said his constituents view the missing link between Kinnan Street in Tampa and Mansfield Boulevard in Wesley Chapel  "as government at its worst.''  

  7. Latest development proposal brings new ideas for historic Hacienda Hotel

    Local Government

    NEW PORT RICHEY — One of Tampa Bay's most famous names in real estate in the early 2000s, a man who later defaulted on millions of dollar in loans after the Great Recession, is hoping to partner with New Port Richey to redevelop the historic Hacienda Hotel.

    The city of New Port Richey has sought to redevelop the historic Hacienda Hotel since it purchased the Main Street property in 2004 for more than $2 million.