Tarpon Golf Course Streaker, Gas Poured on Child's Head and Fluoride Approval
Check out this week's top headlines on Tarpon Springs Patch.
According to reports, a Tarpon Springs man poured gas on a child's head after he was caught attempting to siphon fuel from a car into a gas can.
A new study has Patch readers talking: Are People Getting Dumber?
A video was released showing the alleged Tarpon Springs Golf Course streaker at a 7-11 in Pasco County, still in the nude.
Rusty Bellies was featured in this week's A Taste of Tarpon, showcasing their cheeseburgers in paradise.
Florida Hospital North Pinellas released the results from the Doctor Idol Tampa Bay event, which was to benefit skin cancer prevention efforts.
The popular store on the sponge docks known as Boot Hide Out shared their business adventure on Tarpon Springs Patch this week.
Patch began its annual Deck the House contest this week. If someone in the area wins, $100,000 will be given to Pinellas County Schools. Find out more here.
A lighting project for Spring Bayou is in the works for 2013.
Florida Powerball winning numbers and results were released after a frenzy over the $550 million prize.
Sunset Hills Elementary School began their annual sale of lambathas so that they can light up the bayou on Christmas Eve.
We asked readers "who has the best saganaki in Tarpon Springs?" And here's what they had to say.
A Dunedin woman challenged Patch editors to participate in a 5k run this weekend. Find out who stepped up to the challenge.
Bullying, college and social media were topics of concern for Tarpon Springs students at this week's Teen Town Hall meeting.
We've compiled a list of locations to purchase Christmas trees in Tarpon.
This week's Market Merchant highlights the creative work of Kaha Spirit Arts.
Four candidates will vie for the opening City Commission Seat 4 seat in March, while Mayor David O. Archie and City Commissioner Jeff Larsen are running unopposed.