Friends, family and associates were there to congratulate Charlie Spinner and the Spinner Law Firm for their ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration at 2418 Cypress Glen Drive in Wesley Chapel. There was live music, great food and drinks and tours of their new facility which is a first class office that rivals any downtown law firm. Spinner Law Firm, P.A. is a leading Tampa Bay personal injury law firm that can handle auto accident injury cases and all other accident cases involving serious injury or death.
Danny Burgess and Minnie Diaz speak at Wesley Chapel Republican Club, respond to Tampa mayor Bob Buckhorn: Wesley Chapel is Tampa’s “bedroom community.”
Mayor Bob Buckhorn at the New Tampa Chamber of Commerce, calls Wesley Chapel a “Bedroom Community” of Tampa
Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce Membership Meeting - Thank you sponsor Estrada Injury Law & speaker Nathan Schwagler, M.Sc., M.S.! Welcome new members Angelica & Jennifer from Achieva Credit Untion. SAVE THE DATE for their ribbon cutting Friday May 2nd 8:30 am. The Central Pasco Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary partnership of business and professional people working together to build a thriving economy and improve the quality of life for the entire community.
The District Six Medical Examiner’s Office recently released drug-related death statistics for Pasco County, and the numbers reveal that deaths from prescription pill abuse continue their downward trend. The number of prescription drug deaths dropped to 63 in Pasco County in 2013, down from a high of 142 prescription drug deaths in 2010. Factoring in the deaths from a combination of both prescription drugs and illicit drugs and the numbers are 153 in 2010 and 73 in 2013. Sheriff Chris Nocco credits several factors for the continuing downward trend, and states that while the numbers are promising, they are still too high.
The Wesley Chapel Chamber of Commerce held a Grand Opening ribbon cutting for the brand new McDonald's 24 hours restaurant in Wesley Chapel. The Frost family with a special appearance by Ronald McDonald, welcomed the local residents and Chamber members to help celebrate the opening of their fourth McDonald’s franchise in our area.
By Laura Kinsler of the Tribune Staff. As officials from Pasco-Hernando State College officially dedicated the new Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch, math professor Sarah Fede invited the hundreds of guests at the ceremony to stick around for a while and marvel at the “exquisitely beautiful” campus. “I hope you guys actually got a chance to see the views,” she said. “It is absolutely beautiful — the sunsets we get from our offices, from the classrooms. We had to actually take time in one of my classes to just have sunset appreciation.” The seven-story college built on its own parking deck is an urban campus in a pastoral setting. Everyone in the room knew the onetime cattle ranch was in the midst of a transformation, and the cattle grazing on pastures across State Road 56 eventually would be replaced by thousands of office workers, homeowners and athletes.