This Week: Most Read Crime Stories, Vandals Strike Park and Innisbrook, Top Animal Stories
In case you missed them, here's a look at recent top stories on Palm Harbor Patch.
CSA Director Erica Lynford says she's planning to stop vandalism by installing security equipment in the park. She's not happy about the situation or the fact that taxpayers will be picking up the tab.
Deputies say Ryan William Kay, 20, went on the vandalism spree around 4:40 a.m., Dec. 30 causing an estimated $1,500 damage inside two Innisbrook buildings and $3,500 damage to 13 vehicles parked in the maintenance yard.
Way to rock it students, teachers, parents and staff at Palm Harbor University High. Florida's Dept. of Education gave the school another "A" grade!
"I had the privilege of participating in Epiphany as a young boy and am very proud my niece, Evelyn, and son, Teddy, will be carrying on the tradition this year," Congressman Gus Bilirakis told Palm Harbor Patch.
Have you ever wanted to become more involved with your community? Now's your chance. The NPCAC works with The Centre to promote programs benefitting Palm Harbor's senior citizens.
As we welcome 2013, we take a look back at the photos that appeared on Palm Harbor Patch in 2012.
Did you know some of your fellow community members are bloggers on Palm Harbor Patch? They contribute their expertise and thoughts on a range of topics.
Animal stories captivated Palm Harbor Patch readers in 2012; from a baby deer who survived a snake bite and Tropical Storm Debby, to a horn-honking dog, lovemaking manatees, an opossum family rescued from the engine of a mail truck and more.
From meth labs to vandalized cars, video voyeurism, bank robberies and teen prostitution; a wide variety of crimes made headlines in Palm Harbor during 2012. One crime story in Palm Harbor Patch led to the arrest of a suspected bank robber.
From a 911 call about a bandage in a bowl of soup, to a stolen cardboard cutout of a porn star, rodent droppings, and a freak parking lot accident; a lot of weird things happened at Palm Harbor restaurants in 2012.