Primates, Candidates and Tasty Treats Made Headlines Last Week
There were a number of stories on Safety Harbor Patch that caught readers' attention last week. Here's a few of them.
Don Woodman of the Animal Hospital of Northwood in Safety Harbor can’t explain why people believe the vet is trying to harm the creature known as Tampa Bay's mystery monkey.
Ray R. Irvin, Richard Blake and Bobby Saltzman got to answer questions submitted by audience members at the City Hall event, which was hosted by the League of Women Voters.
Elizabeth’s Gourmet Delights has been open less than a week, but locals are already raving about their delicious homemade breads and treats.
The Safety Harbor dog grooming business has only grown since relocating from downtown to Ninth Avenue North.
Also, Halloween and Daylight Savings Time were popular topics last week:
Love the spookiest holiday of them all? Here are some fun facts about Halloween from our pals at the U.S. Census.
Daylight saving time ends Nov. 4, so enjoy that extra hour of daylight in the morning, Harborites!