This Week: Animal Cruelty Arrest, Firefighter of the Year, Halloween Events Galore
In case you missed them, here's a look at the top stories on East Lake Patch from October 14 through 20
"This incident is of great concern to us because it had sexual overtones to it and the type of attack that it was," said Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, who lives in the subdivision where the attack occurred.
East Lake Fire Rescue Chief Tom Jamison presented Lt. Paramedic Jason Gennaro with the Firefighter of the Year award at the Greater Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce annual awards dinner.
Nineteen Palm Harbor students received awards ranging from $25 gift certificates to $300 scholarships. Awards were handed out Monday, Oct. 15.
Arrest affidavits say Palm Harbor resident Christopher J. King, 51, killed his sister's pet guinea pig, Rocky, in front of her.
Owner and head chef Montha Hatfield says her restaurant is different than other Thai places thanks to its high quality food, fair prices, cleanliness and menu items that can't be found anywhere else.
Take a closer look at the 11 constitutional amendments voters are being asked to consider before heading to the polls.
From kids to pets and adults, there's spooky fun for everyone in Palm Harbor over the next few weeks leading up to Halloween 2012.
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