Top Headlines: Goose Who Paints, Woman Tasered, Doggie Dining, Red Wing Shoes Opens
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Palm Harbor's most famous goose will soon be auctioning his unique art to benefit his home, the Suncoast Animal League.
Christine Chase, 46, of Palm Harbor ran away when deputies tried to arrest her at a Dunedin assisted living facility, according to a Pinellas County Sheriff's Office spokesperson.
Pinellas County's Local Planning Agency will hold a public hearing Thursday about a proposal to allow dogs in food service establishments in unincorporated Pinellas County.
A Pinellas County Sheriff's deputy says Matthew Denison Cunha, 23, of East Lake, had four mason jars of marijuana in a backpack when he was pulled over in Palm Harbor. The jars were allegedly labeled Real Lemon, Flo, Cindy 99 and Strawberry Cough.
Red Wing shoes and boots are purpose-built, depending on the job environment they'll be used for, says Larry Kennedy, who owns the store with his wife, Mary.
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