By Matt Wiley It’s always been challenging to earn a living as a journalist, but one Wesley Chapel native has a bright future ahead of her. You may even have seen her byline on a recent crime story out of our area that appeared in a local daily newspaper.
Medical technology and treatments keep progressing, often times more quickly than hospitals can keep up with, even if they had unlimited resources to pay for them. However, Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel (FHWC, located off Bruce B. Downs [BBD] Blvd.) does a good job of staying at the forefront of technological innovation and offering new treatments […]
By Matt Wiley It’s one thing for a youth sports team from any town to compete for the title of the best in the U.S., but having two teams from Wesley Chapel competing for that title is something completely different.
As the county’s appointed Charter Advisory Committee (CAC) continues to decide whether or not to pursue drawing up a new structure for Pasco’s government, the group recently heard from Pasco’s supervisor of elections Brian Corley (photo), who painted an expensive picture of what a new form of government could entail.
It’s been nearly two years since retired Tampa Police Department (TPD) captain Curtis Reeves allegedly shot a man in the Cobb Theatres Grove 16 movie theater (located in The Grove shopping plaza) in Wesley Chapel, and the judge who has overseen the repeatedly delayed case to date has now officially stepped away from it.
By Matt Wiley After several months of study by a private consulting firm, a final report has been submitted to Pasco County about what should be done with the land that was dedicated for a sports facility in the Wiregrass Ranch Development of Regional Impact (DRI).
Wesley Chapel Leading The Growth In Pasco, K-Bar Ranch Driving New Tampa’s Completion When you’ve been doing the same job for more than 21 years, you’re likely to see a lot of things change. Well, in my capacity as the publisher and editor of the Neighborhood News for New Tampa and Wesley Chapel since 1994, I’ve […]
While Pasco County building permits have painted a much more complete picture of what stores will fill the future Tampa Premium Outlets mall when it opens for business in October on S.R. 56, Simon Property Group has released its first “official” wave of stores announcement.
A Wesley Chapel doctor and his former spouse have been charged with allegedly filing thousands of dollars in false Medicaid claims for medical services that never were given.
After seven months of construction, it’s official: Simon’s Tampa Premium Outlets mall officially will open on Thursday, October 29, and a job fair has been announced.