Good morning and welcome back, Dunedin! I’m here in your inbox bright and early to get you up to speed on everything you need to know that’s going on around town, including:
But first, today’s weather:
More humid in the afternoon. High: 79 Low: 66.
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Here are the top stories today in Dunedin:
1) Missing Dunedin man, 71-year-old Antonio Emiris, has been located. On Wednesday, a purple alert was issued for Emiris, who was last seen leaving his residence and that alert has now been canceled. WTSP has more on this story here.
2) Job alert: The City of Dunedin Fitness Center is hiring personal trainers! Are you passionate about training and exercise? Have a positive attitude and able to connect and relate to people from all backgrounds? Then this role might be the perfect fit for you. Learn more about the openings and how to apply here.
3) Can you believe we’re getting ready to head into 2023? Oh, what a year it’s been in the beautiful City of Dunedin! An incredible video highlights the many incredible events, business openings and memories our tight-knit community made this past year — check it out.
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Now you’re in the loop and ready to start this Friday. See you all tomorrow for another update!
— Jessica Collins
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