Tarpon Springs

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The Tarpon Springs Greek Orthodox community held its yearly Epiphany celebration on Saturday.

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese

This week's cold snap has brought school closures and even snow in some parts of Florida, but that won't stop the Tarpon Springs Epiphany celebration on Saturday.

Photo courtesy of City of Tarpon Springs.

City of Tarpon Springs crews are working on water and sewer line breaks at a suspected sinkhole.

Jacksonville police are asking for help catching the men who they say stole a gun that was used to kill a police officer.

The Sheriff’s Office has released a video and photos of two men trying to open the door of a car in the Bartram Springs area last summer. The two are wanted in connection with burglaries of several cars parked on Wind Cave Avenue in the early morning hours of August 5.

Tarpon Springs Police Dept.

UPDATE 12/22, noon with details on Parilla's first court appearance & info on fund for Off. Kondek's family:

A first appearance for suspect Marco Parilla will be held Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the County Justice Center at 14250 49th St. N.

The following statement came from the City of Tarpon Springs:

A Florida community with the highest concentration of Greek people in the country has been recognized as a Traditional Cultural Property by the National Park Service. Locals hope the designation for the Tarpon Springs Greektown Historic District brings tourists to the area.