1) Palm Harbor Man Sentenced For Online Prostitution
James Perdue, 62, has been sentenced to six years in prison for his role in helping underage girls prostitute themselves through online ads.
2) Business of the Year Winner Says Work Ethic and Staff Brought Success
Green Tech Termite and Pest Control owner Frank Nabozny started his family-run Palm Harbor business in 1980.
Santa's giving his reindeer a rest and he's hitching a ride on a Palm Harbor Fire Rescue truck. Here's a schedule of the Palm Harbor, Ozona and Crystal Beach neighborhoods that Santa will visit!
4) Like Bargain Shopping? GoLo Outlet Celebrates its Grand Opening Friday
Kugler's GoLo Outlet in Palm Harbor hosts its Grand Opening on Friday, Dec. 7. The 12,000-square-foot store has been open since Black Friday and features a wide variety of items with discounts of up to 90 percent.
It's time to celebrate the 2012 holidays Palm Harbor style with wacky Christmas Golf Cart Parades in Ozona and Crystal Beach and a traditional Holiday Parade in Palm Harbor.
6) North County Connector Buses Will Pick You Up at Home
Sick of driving in traffic? How about letting someone else do the driving? An innovative new bus service for north Pinellas County begins Dec. 10. You can try it for free through the end of December.
Kelli Maida, 24, is a former Palm Harbor resident who's friendly, humble and doesn't show a hint of the arrogance you might expect from someone with such amazing accomplishments under her belt.
Do you know of a Palm Harbor home with an awesome holiday light display? Patch readers are invited to vote for the best decorated home in their community. The school district where the winning home is located will get $100,000 for their schools!
9) Photos: Meet Buddy the Horn-Honking Dog
No doubt, we've all experienced the sound of impatient drivers who lay on the horn. But, that's nothing compared to what a Palm Harbor family's impatient beagle does when he gets behind the wheel.
10) Holiday Tradition: Elaborate Train Display Opens to the Public Dec. 16
How cool is this? Every December, Palm Harbor resident Anthony Incantalupo sets up an awesome model train display in the garage of his home for everyone to see.