Ceremony set for National Purple Heart Recognition Day

Show your support for wounded veterans at the National Purple Heart Recognition Day ceremony at 10 a.m. today (Aug. 7) at Purple Heart Park, 300 Main St. The small, grass and brick park is at the west gate to Main Street. The award is the oldest military decoration in the world and was first given … Continue reading Ceremony set for National Purple Heart Recognition Day

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Choices for July Fourth fireworks: Parrot head party and the ‘Pops’

Where oh where to ring in the Fourth of July? Thankfully the cities of Clearwater and Dunedin won't make you choose.  Fireworks fans can check out fiery, colorful explosions on Friday and Saturday. The sky above Grant Field will light up with a Parrot Head Party starting at 6 p.m. Friday (July 3) at Dunedin … Continue reading Choices for July Fourth fireworks: Parrot head party and the ‘Pops’

Improvements coming to community center and Hammock Park

The city commission is set to rubber stamp approval of a new shelter and bathrooms for the community center and a park at its meeting Thursday (July 2). The city will pay $26,900 for a picnic shelter in Highlander Park at the community center and $42,610 for a prefabricated concrete bathroom for Hammock Park. The … Continue reading Improvements coming to community center and Hammock Park

Looking for a place to live for the rest of your life?

For those who live here this comes as no surprise. Communities for a Lifetime recognized Dunedin for being a great place to live. This is the second time the statewide group recognized Dunedin for being its "Communities for a Lifetime." The city also won in 2007, the first time the award was given. The city … Continue reading Looking for a place to live for the rest of your life?